Whenever I feel like my makeup needs a bit of a boost I always turn to my highlighters. I love glowy looking skin, especially during the warmer months, and since Spring is basically here I figured it was the perfect time to share with you all a few of my very favourite highlighters!
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I’ve been a fan of Benefit products for years – their packaging is always so fun, and their products are always fantastic. In particular, I really love Benefit’s “High Beam”, which is a cool-tone pale pink highlighter that provides a bold glow. Be careful when applying though, because it’s really easy to over-use this product and end up looking shiny. I particularly love using this highlighter on my cheekbones, collarbone, and shoulders for an all-over glowy look.
NARs Albatross highlighter provides a really natural golden finish to your skin. I love this highlighter year round because it’s quite light and doesn’t require a tan at all to give that natural “glow” to your skin.
This highlighter is perfect during the summer. It adds that touch of glow while also deepening the look of your tan. It’s slight bronze tone to it creates a warm summery glow.
This rose gold toned highlighter has been one of my favourite for a few years now as I love how it adds a really soft, subtle, yet warm highlight. This is one of my favourites during the spring and summer months since it does had a peachy refreshed hue when applied.
I only recently grabbed Mac’s “Soft & Gentle” but it’s quickly become my absolute favourite. I’d describe the colour as a golden champagne which surprised me by looking so naturally glowy. I often find warmer tone highlighters look best when I have a tan, but I think MAC’s Soft & Gentle may just be a keeper year round!
Like my Gosh Highlighter, Josie Maran’s Illuminizer in “Light Bronze” is a bit dark for my skin during the fall & winter. But, it makes for a wonderful bronze highlighter during the summer. I love packing this highlighter along for tropical vacations so I can get that bronzed glow while away.