I thought I was immune to the highlighter craze; I rarely ever use it in my daily routine and I have a lot of samples so I don't really feel like I need to purchase any. When the Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH) Moon Child Glow Kit first came out, I basically ignored it; I wasn't interested in highlights to begin with, much less unnaturally colored ones.
This is a beautiful highlight palette and I regret nothing!
Hmm, I am getting a little...out there with my openings. Probably just a phase.
Finally, we have Purple Horseshoe, a 'glittering lavender with an arctic blue reflect', and Blue Moon, a 'frozen blue with a silver reflect'.
Overall, I think this is a great palette, especially if you're looking for 'unnatural' highlights that are still very wearable. They look opaque in my swatches, but you can easily sheer them out. In regular light, you can see a little color, but it's only when they catch the light will you see noticeable flashes of color (unless you build them up, then they'll be colorful all the time). Even though they look really similar in the pan, each color is quite distinct and, along with different colors, offers different effects. The only color I have a complaint about is Purple Horseshoe; it's just too chunky to be a highlight, unless you're going for a very over the top look. Since you can also use these as eyeshadows, however, I'm still going to get use out of it.
As a final thought, I'd like to point out that these colors are named after Lucky Charms: hearts (which are pink), stars, horseshoes (which are purple), clovers (which are green) and blue moons (which are, well, blue!), and how much more awesome that makes this palette.
Thanks for reading! <3