Item# US51844

Rose Radiance

Loose Highlighting Powder


Installments by available on orders $35 - $1000

The natural makeup glow of Rose Radiance refreshes your complexion with a pearlized pink sheen that creates a healthy-looking, youthful luminosity. Read more

Size: Medium (0.85 g / 0.03 oz.)

Additional Information

What it is:

ROSE HIGHLIGHTER POWDER With a barely-there pearlized pink hue, Rose Radiance brings out your skin’s own luminosity, giving you a naturally radiant flawless finish. Designed to be layered and worn over or under other bareMinerals® products, this translucent loose highlighting powder can be used on cheeks, lips or eyes to create a lit-from-within glow that exudes a healthy, youthful vibrancy.

Why you’ll love it:

*Adds a refreshing rosy hue to your face year round *Highlighting powder brightens your complexion with a lit-from-within glow *Rose highlighter has versatile uses for cheeks, lips and eyes *Gives your skin a healthy, youthful vibrancy *Sheer rose-pearl color layers beautifully over, under or mixed into other bareMinerals® products *A little goes a long way: see a beautiful difference with just one sweep *Loose minerals stay in place in the pot with the convenient Click, Lock, Go sifter *Free of irritating preservatives *Paraben-free, sulfate-free and phthalate-free *Dermatologist tested *None of our products are tested on animals
Gluten Free

Our team suggests:

APPLYING LOOSE POWDER MINERAL MAKEUP For optimal results, pair Rose Radiance loose powder highlighter with the versatile Flawless Face Brush. Made from natural fibers, its rounded and tapered bristles deliver natural-looking soft, glowing coverage. FOR FLAWLESS APPLICATION, USE THE SWIRL, TAP, BUFF METHOD 1. Swirl a small amount of the highlighter into the lid with the Flawless Face Brush until the loose minerals are tucked into the bristles. 2. Tap the side of the lid with the side of the brush to tap off any excess loose powder. 3. Buff the radiance makeup onto your skin in a swirling, circular motion anywhere you want a rosy glow. Click, Lock, Go™ Sifter Instructions 1. FOR FIRST TIME USE: Remove the clear tab inside to toss away. (Sifter is now in open position.) 2. Dispense product inside lid and begin “Swirl, Tap, Buff®” application. 3. When finished, grab the outer ridges of the sifter and turn to the right until it clicks. (The click indicates the sifter is in closed position.)* 4. Close jar lid. 5. FOR CONTINUED USE: Open jar lid and turn the sifter to the left until it clicks into open position. *To stop the flow of product, always close the sifter prior to placing jar lid back on.

What’s inside:

Kaolin, Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77492, CI 77491), Carmine (CI 75470)


  • where is the 'Clear Radiance' color? Why can't I find Clear Radiance any longer? Please tell me it has not been discontinued??

    Asked by: Tamy
    Hi Tamy, We are so glad that you love that shade and while it's no longer part of our product family, we do think you may really like our Loose Highlighting Powder in Rose Radiance as a replacement!
    Answered by: Customer Service Team
    Date published: 2019-12-10

    I use the fairly medium foundation and use faux tan powder on my cheeks, bridge of nose & eyelids. I have red/pink undertones in my skin. I don’t see the faux tan and was wondering if rose radiance or glee would be a good replacement. I am 50 yrs old

    Asked by: JosieW
    Hi JosieW, We love all these products! Our All-Over Face Color in Faux-Tan is a loose powder bronzer whereas Rose Radiance and Glee are blushes. We love layering a bronzer with a blush on top and think you may like our Endless Summer Bronzer or All-Over Face Color in Warmth, paired with one of these blushes!
    Answered by: Customer Service Team
    Date published: 2019-12-09

    tone? warm,cool or neutral?

    I think I'd like to try this Radiance the rose color more on the cool side, warm or a neutral? TY!
    Asked by: silverchic
    I would say more neutral.
    Answered by: EcuaQt
    Date published: 2013-11-15

    How/where do i wear it and whats the best shade?

    I'm pretty new to bare minerals makeup. Is radiance the same as bronzer or something else? i know where to apply bronzer but i want to make sure this is the right thing! i have pretty fair skin. I wear the lightest makeup and was wondering if you think i should go with rose radiance. I think it would stand out too much and i want to keep it natural. I'm also thinking about pure or clear radiance. All the others i think will be too dark. Thanks for your time!
    Asked by: Maddie!
    Flawless Radiance is, hands-down, the most versatile Radiance they make. It is perfectly neutral so isn't too pink or too orange and looks great on any skin tone.
    Answered by: JenP
    Date published: 2017-06-08

    For light skin tone that tans in the sun, is warm radiance too bronzy? Would Rose radiance be a better fit for my coloring?

    I have more golden tones than pink but I still have Irish skin. I already bought the warm radiance but I thought I'd ask for next time.
    Asked by: Mmm
    I think Flawless Radiance would be the best fit if you're looking for a gentle glow without adding color (bronze or rose). It has a creamy gold color so is nice and neutral yet with a beautiful glow. I also love to mix it into my body lotion for an all-over glow without looking glittery. It is, hands-down, the most versatile Radiance they sell and it is a staple in my make-up kit.
    Answered by: JenP
    Date published: 2017-06-08

    Can I use Rose Radiance with both Warmth and blush?

    Alright, BE users. I'd love some advice. In case it is relevant, I have fair skin with neutral undertones. I use Fairly Light foundation. I purchased Rose Radiance quite a while ago but rarely use it because I'm worried that I don't know what I'm doing. I read a really excellent explanation on how to use it on this page, so I think that part is solved. Now I am wondering if I can/should use Rose Radiance in coordination with both Warmth and blush. I typically use both Warmth and blush when I apply, although it seems like the Warmth never really shows up. Do any of you folks use all three? Does anyone have an good application tips?
    Asked by: JennyLu3
    I think all three would be a bit much. I use the Rose Radiance as a blush in the winter when I have lighter skin and it looks great on its own. It might be okay to use Warmth as a bronzer and Rose Radiance for a blush. Or maybe use Rose Radiance in place of a bronzer and then a blush on the cheeks, but I think that might get a little too rosy. I wouldn't use all three together though. Play around with Rose Radiance as a blush and see how that looks on you. It's really pretty on its own.
    Answered by: S
    Date published: 2017-06-08
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