It Cosmetics Perfect Lighting Wand Review & Swatches

*Products mentioned were sent for review, opinions are my own* It Cosmetics released so many new products over the past few months and ...

*Products mentioned were sent for review, opinions are my own*

It Cosmetics released so many new products over the past few months and I'm trying to get reviews up for you but life keeps getting in the way.
IT Cosmetics Concealing wand

Today we are going to talk about the It Cosmetics Perfect Lighting pens. These are concealing pens that conceal, correct, and brighten. The Perfect Lighting pens come in 3 shades, Radiant Light, Radiant Neutral, and Radiant Honey.
It Cosmetics Concealer wand review

These brighten and correct and contain no glitter or shimmer. These are infused with anti-aging peptides, hydrolyzed collagen, hyaluronic acid, licorice root, and green tea. 

The formula on these is thin and lightweight. They're really easy to blend out and dry so quickly. They don't budge or crease and they do a great job of brightening and correcting. The shade range is small, but I find that most of these brightening, correcting wands tend to run in small shade ranges. 

swatches are left to right: Radiant Light, Radiant Neutral, and Radiant Honey

Radiant Honey is definitely great for medium and darker skin tones, Radiant Light would work for light-medium and Radiant Neutral works for fair-light. Radiant Neutral is the only one I can get away with wearing at the moment.

I really like these concealing pens. I love how brightening they are and while they aren't full coverage, they do offer enough coverage to make you look awake and healthy. I like to use these on light makeup days.

You can find them on itcosmetics.com and at Ulta.

Thanks for reading!

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23 comments

  1. This is nice! I would love to try the middle shade. xx

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  2. These sound wonderful & I do enjoy products that are brightening. I think I would get a lot of use from the Radiant Neutral shade
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  3. I wish they had a large shade range. I do like their purpose though. :)

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    1. They're expanding their shade range on their products slowly. I'm hoping they'll expand these as well.

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  4. The packaging looks so nice!

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  5. They have been pretty busy releasing new products, I couldn't keep up

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  6. I would love to try this. I should pick it up in Fair and see what I can see.

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  7. These look like they offer a decent amount of coverage!

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  8. I feel like I still might be too pale for the lightest one lol

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    1. Story of my life, haha! I'm super pale and I can use it but BARELY.

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  9. I use the pink shrimp corrector for my undereye circles all the time. It really helps to brighten the peepers :)

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  10. These sound really nice for some illumination. I LOVE ItCos but I do wish they'd do something about their shade range.

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    1. They're slowly expanding it and I really hope they expand it by a lot because there aren't many shades to choose from at the moment. They're one of my favorite brands but the shade range is a big deal and something they need to work on.

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  11. they look very nice. I used to use the Dior type, then the Mac, then Lorac...I'd probably like these also.

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  12. I would love to try these but I don’t think the color range works for my complexion.

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  13. I don't have anything like this in my makeup drawer currently! I will definitely have to check them out!

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  14. Is there a wider variety of shades? None of those look like they'd work with my skin tone.

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    1. There's not and it makes me sad. They're slowly expanding their other shade ranges so I'm hoping these will be expanded, too.

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  15. Concealing pens?!?! This sounds interesting but I don't know if I could get one of those shades to work with my skintone. Might need to check out my local Ulta!

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    1. I'd definitely swatch them first; the shades are a little scattered and the range is super small.

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