Monday, 3 September 2012

Guest Post - Favourite Highlighters

Hello lovelies,

First all I wanted to say thank you to Helen for giving me the opportunity to post on her blog. I hope you will enjoy the read and if you do please have a peek at my blog called My BeautyFul World.
Now onto the pretty things….

Highlighters! Most of us beauty addicts love everything shiny and sparkly and could wear glitter all over on daily basis. As lovely as that idea is unfortunately we can’t really get away with it. Plus when it comes to our faces we’d rather look healthy and glowing than shiny and glittery.

I have tried quite a few highlighters and today I’m showing you my absolute-totally-worth-of-recommending favourites. 


Mac Hang Loose Minaralize Blush – when I first saw this I thought someone must be mad to think I will put lilac on my cheeks. It turns out that whoever created this is a genius because in conjunction with pink it looks beautiful. It’s a blush/highlighter that gives that amazing glow especially when the sun hits it. It cannot be overdone. Few times I managed to apply what I thought way too much product(it’s just sooo pretty I couldn’t stop) but it still looked good.

Soap&Glory Glow All Out – this is my subtle sheen savior. You know those days when your skin looks dull and tired and you’re not quite sure how to fix it? Just swipe this goodness on top of your blush, a bit on the bridge of the nose and under the brow. Voila! It will look like radiance from within.

Benefit High Beam – definitely most natural looking highlighter I have tried so far. It’s in liquid form which gives it better lasting power and more blendability. I apply this on top of the foundation (top of the cheekbones) with a foundation brush. It may not be visible at first but throughout the day you will notice how beautiful and radiant your skin looks. It’s definitely one of those ‘no makeup’ makeup items.

Mac Vanilla Pigment – this is such a versatile product. It’s more sparkly than the above products but still day time appropriate. Although it can be used as a traditional highlighter (top of cheek bones, bridge of the nose, under the brow) I love to use it in the inner corner of my eyes. Sometimes even when I don’t wear any other eye makeup (by that I mean I just wear mascara :D). Something about the gold and pink sheen that makes the eyes look bright and awake.
What are your favourite highlighters?
Sylwia x  

Thank you to the lovely Sylwia for doing this guest post, I found it very helpful and I hope everyone enjoyed it. Please do check out Sylwia's blog, it is definitely one of my favourites and I think you guys will love it too. 

4 comments:

  1. The lilac part of the mac one looks lovely, great guest post :) x

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  2. I'm a big fan of the high beam from Benefit but all of the others look absolutely amazing - especially the mac one! Who would've thought the pink and purple would look so good together??
    Claire x
    http://prettywithapunch.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Mac Hang Loose is so pretty! Lilac and lavander shades adds definition and brings out the natural skin tone.
    Added to my wishlist! xx

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  4. The Soap and Glory one looks amazing! Ive never tried any of their makeup before.
    Beauty for Biochemists

    xx

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