I bloody LOVE glowy, dewy, luminous skin especially in the Spring/Summer months, so recently I had a good ole rummage through my makeup collection and got some of my favourite glowing makeup products out ready to get my skin looking like a golden goddess he he!
I think the easiest and quickest way to get some luminosity into your skin is by using a type of liquid illuminator or liquid highlighter, you can easily mix these into your favourite foundation or facial moisturiser for a more dewy and luminous look, they can also be mixed into your body lotion and creams for a gorgeous all over glow, or you can use them alone just how you would normally highlight with a brush or sponge on your cheekbones, nose and cupids bow. My three favourites for doing this are the Technic Shade Adjustment Highlighting Drops which are £2.99 for a 30ml bottle, Revolutions Liquid Highlighter in Starlight which is £6.00 and finally the NYX Born To Glow Liquid Illuminator in Gleam which is £8.00. These are all different tones of liquid highlight which is perfect for me and means I can mix which ever one I like depending on the look I'm going for, for reference the Technic drops are more champagne toned, Revolutions drops are a shimmering baby pink and the NYX Illuminator is and really warm bronze.
To achieve the golden goddess/glazed donut stage I then go in with a powder highlight, oh you've just got to love the glazed donut stage gals! My two favourites for this are the Sleek Highlighting Palette in Cleopatra's Kiss and the Technic Colour Wave in Bronzed Bae. My favourite highlighters ever from the high street are the Sleek highlighting palettes, they are seriously incredible and even top some of my high end highlighters, I use the Solstice Palette a lot but during the Summer I love a sun kissed glow and Cleopatra's Kiss does just that, you get four stunning shades - two powder, two cream- and all for just £9.99, you really cant go wrong! The Technic Colour Wave in Bronzed Bae is so, so good, it contains five little wave segments of soft, baked colour which double up as eye shadows if you use each little segment separately, or you can do what I love to do and swirl a brush through all of the colours and use them as pretty epic highlighters. The fact that this little wave is £6.99 blows my mind because it's so versatile and the formula is lush!
What sun kissed highlighters do you like using during the Spring/Summer months beaut's? I'd love to know!