Physician’s Formula Shimmer Strips in Miami Strip
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  • When I put it on, you can definitely tell there is shimmer on my cheeks, and it makes my face look unnatural instead of the healthy glow I want to have in the summer
  • It is a little pricey for drugstore makeup, however I think these are fairly pigmented, and it would be worth trying out

    • by Kelairyy
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      The Physician’s Formula shimmer strips are meant to be used as a bronzer, a blush, or eyeshadow. The one I have is the Physician’s Formula shimmer strips in Miami Strip/Health Glow Bronzer. There are five different colors with each product. The Miami Strip one ranges from a light purpley-pink/champagne color that would look great as a highlight to a bronze-brown color similar to MAC eyeshadow in woodwinked. The light pinky color could be used on the cheekbones or on the

      bridge of the nose as a pretty, shimmery highlight color. However, the other colors do not look good as a bronzer. This is because of the shimmer in the product. When I put it on, you can definitely tell there is shimmer on my cheeks, and it makes my face look unnatural instead of the healthy glow I want to have in the summer.

      So instead, I use my shimmer strips in Miami Strip as eyeshadows. Since there are five ...


      • different shades in each product, it is easy to carry around to touch up on my eye makeup without having to bring half a dozen eyeshadows around with me. There colors go from lightest to darkest, so you could also do a perfect shimmery brown eye look with this shimmer strip by putting a medium color all over the eyelid and the darkest color on the outer corner of the eyelid. The lightest color could be used under the eyebrows
        on the brow bone as a highlight and also in the tear duct as another highlight. This looks really pretty on me!

        I got my shimmer strips at Target for about ten dollars, but you can also get these at other stores like CVS, Walgreens, Drug Mart, Wal-mart, Rite Aid, and more. There is 0.3 ounces in each container.

        It is a little pricey for drugstore makeup, however I think these are fairly pigmented, and it would be worth trying out.




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