The main prize was the Stila Party in a Box set, which I was excited to play around with since I'm a big fan of the brand. I've yet to try their iconic Kitten eyeshadow, but it seems like the All Over Shimmer Powder is more or less the same thing. You get a whopping 10.2g of product which should last an eternity. The powder itself is very smooth, soft and easy to blend — similar in texture to theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer. The colour is more distinctly peachy-pink than the champagne yellow of the Mary-Lou Manizer, but less copper than Jemma Kidd Dewy Glow All Over Radiance Crème in Rose Gold. I was fearing that the powder might be a touch too shimmery or frosty, but it's actually pleasantly restrained. I'm anticipating getting plenty of use out of this as an everyday face highlighter, though it also could function as an eyeshadow.
I also love the clear, twist-up brush applicator packaging of the Stila Lip Glaze which is both functional and eye-catching. The girly, summery Kitten is a sheer peachy bronze packed with gold shimmer that can be used alone or to dress up any nude or pink lipstick worn underneath. From my experience with the Stila Lip Glaze I have in Joy, these glosses are smooth, hydrating and super shiny, and while they're slightly on the thick and sticky side, I find them perfectly comfortable on the lips (just make sure to wear your hair up).
l-r: Jemma Kidd Dewy Glow All Over Radiance Crème in Rose Gold, Stila All Over Shimmer Powder in Kitten, theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
I'm also looking forward to testing out the other goodies, especially as the Canadian drugstore brand Annabelle isn't available in Australia, but I've been intrigued by their products after reading several reviews on theNotice. The eyelid shade in Wet n Wild Silent Treatment is one of my favourite eyeshadows, so it's always handy to have a backup (not that I envisage using mine up in the next five years). A big thank you to Ashley for holding such a cool giveaway and for my prize!