What it is:
A highlighter collection featuring our Pixie Dust iridescent shimmery powder, highlight powder, contour powder, and fan brush, paired with My Secret Weapon Liquid Luminizer in New shade Rose-Gold and flat angled kabuki brush for a flawless high definition finish. Create a radiant glow and take your complexion from dull to luminous in seconds.
What it does:
Highlight, contour, and add definition to your eyes, and face for a natural, sculpted look. A Girls Gotta Glow mimics the look of a natural shadow to create depth and definition in a highly-pigmented, blendable powder. Our Pixie Dust Shimmery Highlighting Powder brings light and lift to the face with a luminous finish that veils the skin in a soft, pearlized glow. Perfect for all skin types, this deluxe set gives you everything you need.
What else you need to know:
Diffuse harsh light and create a more ethereal glow giving your skin a soft, youthful luminosity. The Pixie Dust powder formula is easy to apply to cheeks, brow bones, the bridge of nose, and décolleté for a quick all-over glow. The sheer champagne powder warms the skintone, while the gilded-rose liquid My Secret Weapon formula brightens and illuminates.
Each Girls Gotta Glow Highlight Deluxe Set comes in a super cute, faux leather cognac clutch.
Ask & Answer:
Which eyeshadow palette is best for an everyday eye makeup look?
Most customers choose the Kiss This Guy palette as the colors are a bit more neutral, but it also depends on how you apply the colors. Wearing them wet, or applying layers of color will render a more dramatic eye makeup look, while applying just a wash of color to the eyelid with either your fingers or a brush is perfect for an everyday, more neutral eye look.
Can the eyeshadows be worn wet and dry?
Absolutely! To wear the eye color wet, we usually suggest dampening your brush first and then dipping it into the outter area of your shadow. This is more typical when using the shadow to create eyeliner.
Can you use your fingers to apply colors too?
We like to do both but it really depends on preference. Sometimes using your fingers to apply a shimmer, irridescent, or metallic color to the eyelids will actually give you more of a pay off in terms of color. From there you can grab a blender brush and add a little contour to your crease which is great for a smokey eye look.
My eyelids are shiny. Do you recommend applying a primer to the lids before adding color?
If your eyelids are extremely shiny, then applying a primer to the lids will definitely help to keep the color from creasing and also extend the length of time your eye color stays on.
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