Makeup palette: Nude & Noir multi-use face palette “Bijou”.
Inside this multi-use palette, you get a lip/blush color, two metallic cream shadows, and a shimmery highlighter (diamond). However, the two shadows, Obsidian (brown) Amber (light copper) can also be worn as bronzers/blushes. They have a gorgeous metallic finish and are super flattering. Diamond packs a lot of glitters and looks super pretty on the inner corner of the eyes. For special occasions, where all shimmer breaks loose, I’d wear Diamond as a cheekbone highlighter.
Highlighters: Rituel de Fille ‘Solaris’ rare light luminizer.
I’ve numerously professed my love for RDF highlighters since I first bought Phosphene, and Solaris is another stunner. It’s a golden-hued highlighter with a pink reflection. The formula is perfection in my eyes, despite being in a cream format, it stays put on (even on oily skin) and blends effortlessly. It does not sit on the skin like it can be the case with other highlighters. If you want to get a gorgeous, whimsical and witchy glow, go straight towards Solaris.
RMS luminizer “Champagne rosé”*
RMS Beauty reminds us why they are the original glow-getters with their new series of luminizers. There’s one (or more) for every taste and skin tone. Champagne rosé is close to the original living luminizer, but with a subtle, yet ethereal rose iridescence to it. Nothing over-the-top, just straight up beautiful and delicate. The finish is dewy as usual with RMS products.
Fitglow Beauty Illuminating mineral blush “rosé”
While initially labeled as a blush, this is another versatile makeup product. I use it as an eyeshadow, blush/bronzer, and highlighter. Rosé is a true rose gold and injects a vibrant pop of color to your face. Thanks to its triple-milled formula, it is blendable like a dream without fading in intensity. A must-have for rose gold lovers.
Au Naturale powder blush ” Pink Champagne”*
Thanks to Beauty Heroes and their seasonal makeup discovery box with Au Naturale, I’ve found one of my favorite blushes. The color “Pink Champagne” is a warm pink with golden hues and calls for party time. It revives your complexion instantly. It reminds me of my beloved Lavera blush (here) which is sadly discontinued so I’m thrilled to see a similar version. Since it comes in a loose powder form, you could even mix it with a cream/oil for and turn it into a cream eyeshadow or blush.
PuroBio resplendent highlighter 02 (pink)
A frosty pink highlighter. Need I say more. This is the first time that I see a green beauty brand come up with such a bold color for a highlighter. The formula is fantastic, smooth, blendable and supremely pigmented. PuroBio offers an outstanding pigmentation in its products and the highlight does not disappoint. I also have their champagne highlighter which is more “wearable” but is equally popping (see on my Instagram profile page, the saved stories called “glow up”).