[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] This is an easy one – Revlon Skin Lights Face Glow Illuminator does exactly what you’d expect it to do in terms of giving illumination to the skin. I’ve tried to use it in different ways rather than the obvious ‘highlighter’ over cheeks and the best way I think is just to add a couple of drops to your foundation or tinted moisturiser so that you just get a hint of luminosity rather than the full beam.

Revlon Skin Lights Face Glow Illuminator

The texture is very fluid so it’s easy to moderate how much you’re adding – if in doubt, add one drop and see how you go. I’m personally not a big fan of a very ‘lit’ look that starts off looking perfectly pleasant in front of your mirror but as soon as the sun comes out you’re like a lighthouse warning ships off rocks.

Revlon Skin Lights Face Glow Illuminator

I’m showing this picture which is half in light and half out – I just think it shows that moderation is needed unless you love to have a very glowy look. It’s £9.99 HERE which feels very reasonable to me, especially if you are adding just droplets – it will see you through the summer and beyond. The shade I have is Sunlight Lustre and it seems to be the only shade currently available.

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