With having dehydrated skin my complexion can sometimes look a little dull and lacklustre meaning I like to use makeup products that help me to achieve a "dewy look" and recently I tried out a new product, the Body Shop Radiant Highlighter and I have been loving the results and wanted to share my thoughts with you.
I like to use the Radiant Highlight to highlight certain areas of my face for example my cheekbones, down my nose and my cupids bow but it does also look lovely mixed with foundation. I like to wear matte blush and contour products and feel the Radiant Highlight gives me a beautiful highlight to my cheekbones and compliments the matte blush and contour really well.
Once blended out the Radiant Highlight provides a beautiful almost pearlescent shimmer to my skin without looking too glittery or shimmery it is stunning, I hadn't ever tried a highlight with the consistency of the Radiant Highlighter before but it is lovely, it feels like a light cream that is just the right consistency, not too thick or thin and I have been loving using it, it really does give a beautiful effect.
The Radiant Highlight applies effortlessly and can be applied either with fingers to dab it on in the areas desired or with a brush, I like to dab a little on to the areas of my face that I want it and then buff it out with a small duo fibre brush, it applies beautifully and wears well all day giving me a gorgeous glow to my otherwise quite dull skin.
I highly recommend the Radiant Highlighter it is a beautiful product that is easy to use and looks incredible on the skin in whichever way it's used, I had never tried a product like it but now I am obsessed with it, it is absolutely stunning.
If you would like to try the Body Shop Radiant Highlight, you can find it on the Body Shop website for £12.00 per 25ml tube here.
Have you ever tried this highlighter or a product like it? What are your go to highlight products? Let me know in the comments below.
Thank you for reading, much love as always
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