4 illuminators you need to try

One of the most widespread recent beauty trends is a bright, fresh, radiant complexion. With strobing becoming such a popular makeup technique, there are more and more products on the market that aim to boost the skin’s brightness, whether in liquid, pressed powder, makeup base or other form.

Here are four illuminators to discover during your next visit to the cosmetics aisle.

1

Clarins Instant Light Brush-On Perfector

To conceal imperfections and smooth your skin, this small magical brush adds a touch of light where you apply it—instantly. A must-have for any makeup kit!

Instant Light Brush-On Perfector, 1 unit
Clarins

Instant Light Brush-On Perfector, 1 unit

In one quick stroke, this brush-on perfector helps conceal imperfections and disguise shadowy areas as it firms and smoothes skin.

2

Maybelline Master Strobing Stick (Light)

Super simple to apply, this stick glides easily over the skin leaving a thin coat of light, creamy formula to boost your glow. We also love how easy it is to shade in and blend on the skin to adapt the strobe effect.

Facestudio Master Strobing Stick Illuminating Highlighter, 9 g
Maybelline New York

Facestudio Master Strobing Stick Illuminating Highlighter, 9 g

Facestudio ® Master Strobing Stick™ is an illuminating highlighting stick that adds targeted dimension to the face for the ultimate strobe effect.

3

Clinique Chubby Stick Sculpting Highlight

Also available in a golden shade, this stick illuminator gives the perfect glow to pale skin tones. Like the previous product, it’s just creamy enough to apply flawless light spots.

Chubby Stick Sculpting Highlight, 6 g
Clinique

Chubby Stick Sculpting Highlight, 6 g

4

NYX Cosmetics Strobe of Genius Illuminating Palette

A true multipurpose palette, this little gem features luminous shades with a touch of glitter that strobing fans will adore. You can also mix and match by using certain shades as eyeshadow.

Where should I apply illuminator?

As its name suggests, illuminator is mainly used to attract light, because where there’s light there’s emphasis. Apply the illuminator to the features you want to stand out.

For the structure, target the tip of the nose, upper cheekbones, brow bone and Cupid’s bow.

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4 illuminators you need to try

One of the most widespread recent beauty trends is a bright, fresh, radiant complexion. With strobing becoming such a popular makeup technique, there are more and more products on the market that aim to boost the skin’s brightness, whether in liquid, pressed powder, makeup base or other form.
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