A pinky purple highlighter is one of my favorites, so when I discovered that I like that last year, I bought quite a few to try to see which one is my favorite. It all started with Becca Prismatic Amethyst and one possible, much more affordable dupe for that highlighter is the NYX Duochromatic highlighter in Lavender Steel.
The flying saucer highlighters by Becca are not only iconic for their packaging, but also for their insane glow. The shade selection isn’t my favorite, which is why so far I only owned Pearl. I know everyone loves Moonstone for fair skins, but it is too yellow for me. Luckily Becca continues to expand their shade range and I was excited when I saw Prismatic Amethyst.
Becca Prismatic Amethyst Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter
Of all the new Catrice products that were released for fall/ winter 2018, the item I was most curious after besides the foundation were the new 3D Glow powder highlighters. That is why I got 2 of the three shades. One of the shades I knew would be too dark for me but the lighter two? I was totally on board with those. Meet Pinch of Rose and Icy Glaze.
Catrice 3D Glow Highlighter
In summer, I love playing around with cream products. I truly have a moment every year trying cream highlighter. I don’t know what it is, but I love trying some cream highlighters in the summer time. This time around, I thought I’d try out the Catrice highlighter stick that promises to be holographic. The question is: will it be or it this another one of those highlighters that promises a great effect and is nothing but a glittery mess?
Catrice holo to prisma holographic highlighter stick
010 hyper cosmos
Golden toned highlighters get lots of love and raves from many beauty gurus. Sadly, on my fair skin, they hardly ever turn out looking great. So I was on the hunt for the perfect golden toned highlighter for fair skin. Preferably a good one, that is not too expensive and that lasts well on the skin. And you know what?! I think I found it!
L.A. Girl Strobelight Strobing Powder 110 Watt
In the summer, I tend to change up my makeup routine quite a bit. Last year around this time, I became obsessed with trying liquid highlighters. And so I acquired a few which I have been rotating in and out of my routine for a while now to test them out. One of those liquid highlighters that I was itching to try were the Maybelline Master Strobing Liquids. I bought the lightest shade of course and these are my thoughts.
Maybelline Master Strobing Liquid highlighter Light/ Iridescent
Cream products are never really of interest to me, unless it is summer. For the warmer weather I love trying out liquid and cream cheek products that I usually stay away from for the rest of the year. Since we’re nearing summer once again, I have slowly been busting out those products again. The first product I started trying more was this holographic highlight stick by Essence.
Essence Holo Wow Sparkle Stick holographic cream highlighter
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