This Glass Glow Shinelighter is a gorgeous product. The consistency is very easy to work with and melts into the skin to make it look wet, glossy, and dewy. It doesn’t sit on top of the skin; rather it seems to look like a part of it. It feels very comfortable and lightweight on the skin. The longest I’ve worn it is about 5 hours and it didn’t budge in that time. It can be worn on bare skin, under/over foundation, and even over powder. There’s no tint so it can work with all skin tones. You need the TINIEST amount to work with so it will last a while. There is a slight amount of sticky-ness to this product but nothing that can’t be fixed with a light dusting of translucent powder. I’ve been quite obsessed with the glass skin look lately, and have amassed multiple products to help me achieve that look, such as the Chanel Baume Essentiel, Kevyn Aucoin Glass Glow, Milk Makeup Face Gloss, and Linda Hallberg Cosmetics Infinity Glass. I wasn’t expecting the Beautyblender Glass Glow Shinelighter to perform as well as it did, and it is now one of my favorite products for the glass skin look. Personally, I have a slight preference for this over the Kevyn Aucoin Glass Glow.