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Mary-Lou Manizer and Betty-Lou Manizer have a super smooth (almost creamy) formula, and a super frosty finish. Cindy-Lou Manizer is different, it feels a bit drier to the touch and the finish is much less frosty.
None of these shades contain glitters though!
In case you were wondering, a full size TheBalm highlighter retails for $24 US for 8.5g and the palette retails for $28 US for 9g.
So you pay a few bucks more for that trio, but I think it's a great deal if you want all the shades and know that you would never finish the full size powders!
Betty-Lou Manizer is a warm bronze with a frosty finish. This one is supposed to be a bronzer but it's too frosty and warm-toned for me, hence why I didn't apply it on my cheek.
It's a pretty eyeshadow though, and when my skin is a bit tanner I mix it with Mary-Lou Manizer to create the perfect golden champagne highlight for my skin tone! It's a gorgeous luminizer on deeper complexions too.
TheBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
Mary-Lou Manizer is a light golden beige with a frosty finish.
Ohhhh how I love this highlighter, it's a staple in my makeup bag! I like to apply it on the inner corner of my eyes too, the frosty finish is very intense.
TheBalm Cindy-Lou Manizer
Cindy-Lou Manizer is a golden peachy pink with a luminous finish.
This is such a gorgeous luminous blush for light to medium skin tones! It's a pretty pink highlighter on deeper complexions.
The TheBalm The Manizer Sisters Palette retail for $28 US for 9g (3 x 3g).
(I received this product in order to evaluate it and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)