Going high beam was the best thing that Stila ever did – these Glitter & Glow Highlighters, plus Glitter & Glow Liquid Eyeshadows, have reinvigorated this brand completely. Partly, it’s the mood of the moment, but it’s also down to the fact that they’re doing it better than anyone else, and in this competitive market, that’s not exactly easy.
The highlighters are amongst the most shimmery, light-catchy that I’ve come across – virtually fairy dust in a tube – and you can wear them anywhere you like. Even add some into a clear gloss if you feel like it or tip the ends of your hair. It’s in a part-water base so they diffuse really quickly and easily, and once they dry down, it’s a shower of twinkles. I have a shade called Monarch here which is iridescent with green, pink and silver sparkle – super pretty but impossible to catch properly on camera.
This is taken on a cloudy, no sun day and still, it’s catching all the light it can. Also in the swatch and pictures is the solid Heaven’s Hue Highlighter – a revelation, texture wise, in highlighting. It feels like silk when you touch it and is completely weightless on your face. If this was double the price, I’d completely think it was worth it and I’ll guarantee you won’t have felt anything quite this gossamer-like in a solid highlight format before. I’m quite taken by surprise by these. Anyway, the Glitter & Glow is £24 and the Heaven’s Hue (in Brilliance) is £28 HERE.
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