Previous post: This means that you can diffuse your dark circles whilst making your cheekbones pop. Golden a sunny, peachy hue that works best on warm skin tones , Rose a pale pink meant for anyone with yellow or peachy undertones , and Ice a bluish violet intended for cool complexions.
I know that for certain because I've gotten a handful of Allure editors on the purple highlighter train, and they all look 100. Today's Top Stories.
Sure, the champagne and gold highlighters we've all come to know and love are great for a lit-from-within glow. If you encounter high shine because of really oily skin , try applying a mattifier or setting spray beforehand and then dusting the illuminator on top.
I suggest applying an illuminator to the top of the cheekbone, the centre of your nose and middle of your forehead and chin. How to make a statement with your style — a style interview with Sharryn. Casco used the Mary Kay Glowing Finish Illuminating Stick in bronze, which is a limited edition product that's not currently available yet on the Mary Kay website.
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Don't you love how the light catches the highlight?
Get non-boring fashion and beauty news directly in your feed. No matter your skin tone, Ma says you can use purple highlighter just like any other shade: My conclusion: The mineral dust in an illuminator is designed to refract light. After you've applied the highlighter, blend it out with your fingers, a fan brush, or a damp makeup sponge.
But because "dewy" can turn into "sweaty" super-quick, here are a few tips to keep you on the right track. The best thing I love about illuminators is that you actually can apply them with makeup or without, or even the bare minimum.
Don't spread the product all over your face, or else your glow will turn into a greasy mess.