Monday, November 9

Favourite highlighter combination / How I get that highlighted look

As I'm sure you all know highlighters are my favourite product to play around with, I love testing all the different ones, mixing them together and also adding them to my foundation. 

However I've always mixed up my look, until now. I have found the most perfect highlighter and concealer combination to truly give that glow and iridescent look - and on a budget too!



To conceal my under eye area and brighten it up I've been loving the LA Girl Pro concealer in the colour Porcelain. It's quite a dewy concealer but I set it with a powder to prevent any creasing. I'm sure I picked this up on eBay for around £1-£2. Another thing I love other than the cheap price tag is that when its all blended out wether that you have used a beauty blender or a brush it just glows! If I wanted too I wouldn't even have to put any powder highlight over the top because it gives such a bright and awake look!




A while ago I picked up the Collection contour and highlight set purely for review purposes, I never imagined I'd use it nor love it! The contour shade for a start is amazing and is personally just the right colour for me. I don't use this for contouring as I've slightly drifted away from that trend over the last few months but I do use it as a bronzer to add some colour to my complexion. This alone is amazing and teamed with the highlight shade its just perfect.



What I love about the highlighter is that it's a shade that I don't actually own, I thought it would be a similar colour to The Balm's Mary Lou-Manizer but its not! It's more silver toned if that makes sense and has appears holographic when applied. The only way you'll be able to understand is if you went and swatched it. I use this on a fan brush from eBay and brush it on diagonally from the outer corner of my eye to my cheek bone. 




What are your favourite highlighters?

Paige, x
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