Although FANCL's blush in Pink Bronze is a very sheer powder, the cosmetics company's "highlight color" in 01 White Mix is somewhat more pigmented. Once applied, the incredibly soft powder completely melts into your skin, leaving you with a pearly white glow. White Mix also contains a fair amount of shimmer, perhaps more than the cheek colors. The highlighter should be applied to the T-zone and/or under the eyes to brighten your look.
White Mix did a really great job masking my rosacea without looking unnatural. However, the highlight color comes in the same size case as the FANCL blush which is even smaller than a mono eyeshadow from NARS. Another downside to White Mix is that, by the end of the day, the highlighter sinks into my pores, making them look even larger than they actually are, and develops an almost greasy shine. I did not face the same problems with FANCL's Lucent Face Powder in Hanamurasaki but the Lucent Powder is a loose powder with a lavender hue and the White Mix highlighter has a smoother and creamier texture. Nevertheless, the Highlight Color in White Mix is still a decent pearly face powder that is non-irritating and only 950 yen.