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spiderlashes5000 11-07-2013 09:02 AM

Benefits Watts Up
 
I bought a sample size of this a Sephora and I love it! It's a highlighter stick and it can help a lot w/ contouring. Or just makng you glow a little.

pinksugar 11-08-2013 09:26 AM

I received a sample in my birthday gift from Sephora. I used it on my brow bone this morning and I love it!

spiderlashes5000 11-08-2013 09:44 AM

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Originally Posted by pinksugar (Post 2222097)
I received a sample in my birthday gift from Sephora. I used it on my brow bone this morning and I love it!

ooops that's what I meant -- I got it as a late bday gift bc I just signed up for the card and she felt bad that I had missed by bday by a few months and she gave it to me anyway. I use it down the bridge of my nose and around my eyes. I feel like an Academy Award!

Corrina777 11-08-2013 11:14 AM

I just got my Sephora b-day gift. Now I have to check this out...

frankie88 11-13-2013 02:49 PM

I got this too as a gift from Sephora, and I think it is a good product. However, with my oily skin it makes me look sweaty >.>

spiderlashes5000 11-14-2013 09:10 AM

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Originally Posted by frankie88 (Post 2223464)
I got this too as a gift from Sephora, and I think it is a good product. However, with my oily skin it makes me look sweaty >.>

Where are you putting it? I have a really oily Tzone and I actually find that it helps camouflage my oiliness. Instead of just looking oily and shiny in those places, I look golden and iridescent! LOL

frankie88 11-14-2013 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000 (Post 2223685)
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Originally Posted by frankie88 (Post 2223464)
I got this too as a gift from Sephora, and I think it is a good product. However, with my oily skin it makes me look sweaty >.>

Where are you putting it? I have a really oily Tzone and I actually find that it helps camouflage my oiliness. Instead of just looking oily and shiny in those places, I look golden and iridescent! LOL


I place it down the bridge of my nose, on my cheek bones and above my cupids bow.

spiderlashes5000 11-15-2013 08:44 AM

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Originally Posted by frankie88 (Post 2223767)
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Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000 (Post 2223685)
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Originally Posted by frankie88 (Post 2223464)
I got this too as a gift from Sephora, and I think it is a good product. However, with my oily skin it makes me look sweaty >.>

Where are you putting it? I have a really oily Tzone and I actually find that it helps camouflage my oiliness. Instead of just looking oily and shiny in those places, I look golden and iridescent! LOL

I place it down the bridge of my nose, on my cheek bones and above my cupids bow.

Maybe not on the cheeks but on the brow bone or eyelids instead...and keep it on the cupids bow and nose bridge? I love that golden, covered in suntap lotion look!:happy2:

Fifi.G 11-18-2013 10:17 AM

I will have to keep my eyes open for this. I love highlighters and hear good things about Benefits. Right now I use Lamcome's Éclat Miracle. It's a serum of light. It's a white serum that rubs in clear and silvery luminous. I sometimes use it as a primer under matte foundations to up the glow a bit, or I place it on mu brown bones, above my brow bones, the space above my cheek bones and between my eyes, bridge of my nose and cupids bow. One drop will do. You look too oily if you overdo. I also have a Jane Iredale cream highlighting stick thats a light lavender and recently bought a Lamcome Blush Subtle Palette in Rose Flush. That was the palest they had. It has a contour color, blush and the powder highlighter is a peachy/pink shade. The only thing I am lacking is gold, and I think that would be wonderful around the Holidays.


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