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Oracle Chrome Highlighter Palette

Oracle Chrome Highlighter Palette

30 total reviews

Regular price $59.00 USD
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Oracle Chrome Highlighter Palette is a 6 pan specialty highlighter palette filled with multi & duo-chromes.

Six 36mm pans. 

Cruelty Free & Vegan.

THE SUN: red/orange/yellow/lime multi-chrome

THE MOON: cool toned rose gold with pink purple and blue shimmer 

THE LOVERS: lime, yellow, pink, fuchsia multi-chrome

THE MAGICIAN: purple to white gold/silver duo-chrome

THE STAR: blue to pinky purple duo-chrome

THE HIGH PRIESTESS: lilac, teal, bright green tri-chrome










Ingredients: Talc, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Silica, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Caprylic/ Capric Triglyceride, Magnesium Stearate, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Tridecyl Trimellitate, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Dimethicone, Phenoxyethanol, Polyisobutene, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Tin Oxide, Iron Oxide Black, Blue 1, Yellow 5, Chrome Oxide Green, Iron Oxide Red, Iron Oxide Yellow, Fd&c Yellow 6 Al Lake, D&C Red 7 Ca Lake, D&C Red 27 Al Lake, Red 6, D&C Red Ba Lake

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Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews

I'm not into pastels but this one intrigued me and it's a winner... It's everything I want from pastels so I'm happy with it... I love bigger Palettes that make sense... Thank you 😊

Lena Henderson

Beautiful colors, not chunky, very smooth

Wendi Payne

I love everything about this palette!! It applies smoothly, melts into my skin, looks wet, and lasts until I remove it (even through a shift in our food truck or catering event). And, the colors and shifts are fabulous! This was my first order and I couldn't be happier with my products. Definitely getting more items ASAP.

Bianca Yanez

Oracle Chrome Highlighter Palette

It's Gorgeous, But I Haven't Dipped Into It Yet!🤪

For the last 2 weeks, I've been a barely-walking Disease Vector. I'm SUUUUUPER sick! I was certain that I was rocking The Dreaded 'Vid: same symptoms, aside from total lack of taste smell. I mean, I'm all plugged up, so I'm not doing the fake sommelier gig.... going around, sticking my nose in giant wine goblets, and picking out high notes of oak and whale c*m. I *can* taste the popsicles I'm deep throating to soothe my angry trachea, though.

However, I keep testing negative! Despite my cough that sounds like a sea lion barking through a mouthful of tapioca, the tests say I don't have Covid. I've even tried different brands of test kits, opened several different, unopened boxes and used *those*, and have been swabbing my nose until I feel like an ancient Egyptian in the process of being mummified.

I apparently don't have Covid; I've got No-Vid. I've definitely got *something*, though. Some kind of OTHER gnarly forever-flu.

Actually, I have a friend who lives in the same, sparsely-populataed area as I do, and SHE'S got the same thing! In fact: everyone at her work has Covid right now. She's just as, or in some cases, MORE sick than her colleagues, but she also continues to test negative.
Perhaps we're both rocking a new strain: one the current test kits are unable to pick up on? Maybe they'll call this one "The Butt-Kracken," just for funsies?

What does my disgusting flu have to do with BBB's scintillating, spine-tingling, gorgeously-crafted, fine-assed, highlighter palette? I haven't showered in over a week, or washed my hair. I haven't even *brushed* my hair! The most I've done is half-heartedly swipe a makeup remover-type microfiber cloth over my face, neck, and decolletage, then lazily pat some Japanese skin conditioner into those areas after. That, and the obvious "squirt bottle full of warm water, 'cause my roommates are too weirded out to let me install a bidet, -the heathens-" action.

The last thing I feel like doing is a) putting on makeup, or b) sticking my filthy, germ-laden fingers into these pans of intensely beautiful, shifty, face-gleam. Have I masked and gloved up, then opened and admired The Oracle, Strange And Unusual, and the two singles that made up this order? Hell to the yes! However, even when I'm not cosplaying Typhoid Mary, I'm not the type to receive an order, then immediately go in finger swatching like a beauty influencer on YouTube.

Seriously. Chapter two: Bacteriology, in Hairschool? Even almost twenty years later, I'm still shaking off the horrible anxiety instilled in my brain from that chapter of the program. If I absolutely MUST swatch something that I haven't already used, I'll either use a sterile nitrile glove to do it, or a sanitised metal spatula to scrape some product onto a likewise sanitized metal palette.
I've got this weird makeup hoarding situation going on. A good chunk of the items in my collection are completely virginal. What if I want to give it as a gift? Can't do that with a product, be it powder, or even worse: a cream, that's all besmirched with fingerprints!
I seriously digress.
I love the whole order, and as soon as I'm well enough, I'm going to smear everything all over my face! I'm seriously looking forward to the arrival of order number two.

Oh!! Another cool thing! I recently picked up ANOTHER bunch of Rituel De Fille products. I went with a few recent drops, a bunch of their metamorphic highlighters, and two of their highlight intensifiers: The Alchemist and The Alchemist: Rosa (name? spelling?).
I'd like to add that, until last summer, I'd never even *worn* highlighter, except shimmery/shiny eyeshadow on my brow bones and inner corners of my eyes. Anyway. These RDF products also remain untouched, for now, because I already have so many of their products on the go, and don't want EVERYTHING to go off all at once, y'know? The drawback to clean beauty is it doesn't last very long.
I opened each new RDF highlight shade I'd gotten, and compared them side-by-side in the sun, with each pan in The Oracle.
There is no overlap! While some shades have obvious colour wheel commonalities, the tonal differences between those shades are totally distinct from eachother. Same goes for, as far as I can tell without dipping into each, the multichrome flip, shimmer vs sparkle content, and overall texture. I even compared the more tame original highlights that I have of theirs: Icebow and ... Lunaris? I'm gapping on the name, but the blueish one. Still: no similarities! So, great job with that, BBB!

When I was with Ipsy, then Boxycharm (Ugh, I know) I can't tell you how many totally identical highlighters I recieved! This is why I cancelled those subscriptions, and now tend to support more indie brands.

To sum up this Moby Dick of a review, I'm very impressed, and happy with my purchase. I'm looking forward to getting better again, and enjoying these products as they're meant to be enjoyed!
Well ...kinda. I'm 4...