August 24, 2017

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 3 for Holiday 2017

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What? Too soon you say for Holiday 2017! Never! The limited-edition Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 3 arrives today in a gorgeous rose gold compact ready for the gifting season ahead.

This one packs in three exclusive, brand new shades as well as three best-selling ones to give you skin a gorgeous, radiant finish and a touch of color!

You get:

  • Ambient Diffused Light Lighting Powder
  • Ambient Dim Light Bronzer
  • Ambient Lighting Bronzer (Luminous Bronze Light)
  • Ambient Surreal Halo Lighting Blush (New)
  • Ambient Pure Effect Lighting Blush (New)
  • Ambient Hypnotic Strobe Light Strobe Lighting Powder (New)

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 3 for Holiday 2017 is $80 and available now at and

Will you be indulging?


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  • Carol G

    No I won’t be indulging. Don’t we have enough of these palettes already? I swear, I am so jaded with makeup right now. It’s the same thing just churned out over and over. More matte lipsticks, more highlighters, more of the same thing.

  • kjh

    SSDY, minimal differences, price tags that exceed their regular (high) price tags, and nothing but mood suits me. Easy skip.

  • Laurie

    I need your help. I am so interested in the Hourglass ambient powders but it’s daunting to pick out shades on my own. That’s why I’d love a ready made palette, but only if I could wear a majority of the shades. Are their holiday sets made for light and dark skin tones, or primarily for those in the middle?

    • Isabella Muse

      I always feel like the palettes meet in the middle! They contain shades for both lighter and medium toned ladies/men. Like this one appears to have darker blush shades and lighter highlighting ones. So, it feels like it meets in the middle!

  • Janessa

    Totally a pass for me. Sooo overpriced and doesn’t excite me at all. However, I am a sucker and bought the new Becca Ulta shimmering skin perfector exclusive, AND the one exclusive to the Becca site… Will YOU be checking out either of these?

    • Isabella Muse

      probably not, I’m not much of a highlighter user to be honest!

  • Maritza

    Getting this as my “push” present from me to me haha i always wanted one and never gotten the previous ones; but i really like the powders whenever i go to sephora

  • Beth

    Nope…hourglass is already an expensive brand and I will be forever annoyed that at a time when most brands are offering greater values in their holidays sets hourglass is chargung more per gram than usual – boo!

    • Isabella Muse

      I believe this is bigger than their original edit palettes correct me if I’m wrong!

  • melody

    haha looks like I’m the only one actually intrigued by this palette. I’ve never purchased one of their palettes or any of their products really but this one looks good. hmm..i may have to splurge this Christmas.

  • Cheryl

    From what I can find online, the 2015 edit pallet contained 6 shades, with a combined total of .29 ounces of product for $80. The 2016 Surreal palette contained 5 shades, with a total of .3 ounces of product, for $80. Any idea what the total fraction of an ounce may be in this palette? I assume it will be similar to the past 2 years.