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Highlighter/Benefit High Beam

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pupsiecola Sun 20-Mar-16 18:31:30

I've never bought a highlighter before. I want something to put on top of my cheek bones and just under my eyebrows. I have relatively pale, sensitive skin. I don't wear a huge amount of make up and want something subtle. Would this be a good choice? What else should I consider?


candykane25 Sun 20-Mar-16 18:33:49

Benefit also do Girl with Pearl and Watts Up.
I like all of them, they are all a bit different to apply.
I'd go to a counter and ask them to demonstrate them for you.

Barbie1 Sun 20-Mar-16 18:37:53

Watts up from benefit is easier to blend in my opinion and you can build it up to the effect you want. No7 also do a cheaper highlight chubby pencil which is easy to use.

Failing that makeup revolution has some fantastic powder highlighters

Barbie1 Sun 20-Mar-16 18:39:54

loving this one right now

Cheap too!

botemp Sun 20-Mar-16 19:52:24

I actually quite like the highlighter that's part of my Sleek face form palette, find it here. I have it in fair and it's a really nice subtle sheen, a lot of highlighters can be quite prominent for daytime but this one isn't. I was trying to see if they sold it separately, but they only sell it as part of the face form or in a highlighter palette, which looks pretty interesting too. The blush in the face form palette is very nice on fair skin (a nars orgasm dupe), the bronzer is a little strong so I don't use it that often but Sleek is very good value for the money so I'd definitely recommend looking into either palette, they sell them at Boots now and just saw they are on offer as 3 for 2. I'm sensitive too and had no reaction to the product.

pupsiecola Sun 20-Mar-16 23:15:28

Thanks all.

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