The perfect shimmery highlighter adds a natural-looking glow to your complexion without appearing overly metallic. With so many products on the market it's hard to know which one is just right for you. Take note from these bloggers who share their favourite picks for healthy glowing skin.
A Girl, Obsessed
"Right now, I'm all about highlighters. I've been bouncing back and forth between the Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Powder in Candlelight and Charlotte Tilbury's Filmstar Bronze & Glow Palette. Both are absolutely amazing highlighters that give your skin more of a sheen rather than just layering on big chunks of glitter, so they're perfect for anyone looking for a subtle glow."
"If you're looking for a dewy glow, look no further than the Glossier Haloscopes. The outer ring is a beautifully shimmery cream highlight, when mixed with the inner solid-oil core creates the most incredible dewy sheen. My favourite shade is Quartz, but Moonstone and Topaz are also beautiful. For a similar sheen without the dew, I love the NARS Copacabana Multiple. This is a cream highlight, but is one of those formulas that sort of sets down to a powder finish. The colour is absolutely incredible and gives quite a bright sheen that still looks like a part of your skin."
The Beauty Look Book
"As I’m a lover of all things Tom Ford, I had to include the new cheek duos again in this roundup. I really love both Reflects Gilt and Paradise Lust. I’m in the process of packing for a few trips at the end of the month and will be packing both of them to bring with me. Marc Jacobs Beauty launched a Coconut Gel Highlighter called Dew You? and it’s a lovely light gold. The texture is a gel and you have to work quickly with this one because it dries fast. The nice thing about the texture is that it’s great for oily skin and I found it lasted longer on me than most liquid highlighters. Once it sets it pretty much does not budge. It also smells like coconuts."
Pint Sized Beauty
For highlighter, I have been reaching for the fabled theBalm's Mary Lou Manizer to add a honey hue to my cheekbones, which works great if you're wanting something extremely long lasting. To go with this look more, a cream or liquid highlighter works best as you can really work it into your base before adding any powder, plus you can use it underneath your foundation for an extra added glow.