Top 5 Glow Gettas'
Highlighters have become huge in recent years and it's clear why. A dull looking complexion can be completely transformed with the help of the wondrous highlighter.
My five top picks are all incredible at creating a really dewy, healthy glow.
At number one it has just got to be Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop. Definitely on the more pricey side but 100% worth it! This is the perfect shade for all different skin tones and the finely milled, creamy formula enables effortless blending for maximum glow without looking cakey or streaky.
Secondly my Charlotte Tilbury Film Star Bronze and Glow Palette. This beauty is perfect for on the go as it has a wonderful bronzer accompanying the gorgeous highlighter. Both are incredible at creating a sculpted finish and the highlighter is for when you really want to make a statement. I'd say this one is definitely more for night outs or when you really want that pop as the powder is not particularly fine so more noticeable than the Becca powder.
Thirdly comes MAC's Mineralize Skin Finish in Soft and Gentle. This is a cult highlighter that has been thoroughly loved within the beauty industry for years. I must admit when I first got this a few years ago I found it too intense but recently I have been loving it for days when I want that really gorgeous bronzey, fresh faced look as this has a slight warm undertone to it. Perfect for summer too.
Fourthly the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in the shade Bronze, this is one for deeper skin tones as it is considerably darker in colour. However, as there are 5 different shades within the compact it is easy to change up the look depending. You could even just pick out the darker tones to use as a bronzer and I have also used this as a beautiful eyeshadow. Extremely versatile and such a beautiful, creamy formula.
Last but not least, the drugstore alternative to the higher end options. Sleek's Contour kit in the shade Light. This is a great dupe for the Charlotte Tilbury alternative and unlike Charlotte's product won't cost you an arm and a leg. The highlighter is slightly more cool in tone and not as pigmented but I think it looks great on days you don't want to go overboard and just want a feint shimmer to the tops of the cheekbones.
What are your top picks for highlighters?
Lots of love,