FOTD: Burberry Highlighter

So Burberry released two epic highlighters for Spring/Summer 2016. They are expensive, gorgeous, and can be used all over the face… so maybe in the scheme of things, totally worth it. I went nuts over the gorgeous embossing on both highlighters, which can be worn on a wide range of skin tones.

burberry highlightburberry highlight 1burberry highlight 2That white shade easily gives Becca Pearl a run for its money. Now Becca is way cheaper and less pretty, so consider that if you decide to pony up for these beauties. They are buttery soft! OMG.

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And they blend out like nobody’s business. So since Burberry decided to market these as a ‘palette’ instead of a straight cheekbone highlighter, I took that literally and used it all over:

Nude Gold is on the outer lid, just under my cheekbones, across my forehead and in the center of my lips (over Dose Of Colors Cork). White is on my inner lids, on the high planes of my cheekbones, between my eyebrows and down the bridge of my nose.

I cannot tell you just how in love I am with these highlighters. I don’t even like highlight like that, but Burberry completely outdid itself on this one. If you haven’t yet splurged on something you absolutely don’t need for 2016, this might be just the thing. Just saying.

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2 comments

  1. Linda says:

    You look stunning in these photos. I would have been afraid of the white, but you’ve made it work.

  2. Thank you! The white is actually pretty neutral and works well on my warm skin tone.

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