Ultimate Guide On How To Use A Liquid Highlighter

Having doubts about how to use a liquid highlighter? I have some really helpful tips to share with you today. Make sure that you don’t miss this post!

Highlighter is your secret weapon that will add the wow factor. Ladies really love how it can enhance their facial features and make them appeal fresh.  The radiant glow is a must-have, even for your daily makeup routine. Liquid highlighter is an excellent choice, as it is very easy to work with. You can just blend it with your fingers. Plus, you can use it on a bare skin, if you want to feel fresh without applying any foundation.

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If you still haven’t figured out how to use it, don’t be desperate. I will cover the most important things that you need to know.

Pick your tone

There are so many different liquid highlighters out there. And it is not about grabbing the first one that you see. There are warm, neutral, and cold tones to choose from. Make sure that you try a tester to see which one suits your skin the best. It mostly depends on your current skin tone. If you have a warm skin tone, stick with a golden highlighter. If you have cold toned skin, go for a highlighter that tends to be more silver.

Target the right spots

Applying highlighter is all about targeting the right spots. Apply a bit on the cheekbones to define them. Highlighter on the browbone will make your eyes pop. Also, add some on the cupid’s bow to enhance your lips. Other spots that you should highlight in the middle of the forehead, the chin, and the tip of the nose.

When applying, remember to keep it minimal. You don’t want to have too much glow on your face, as it will break the natural look that you want.

Blend well

You really don’t want to end up with a few glittery spots on your face. For a natural look, you should blend well. Use your fingers or a brush for this purpose.

If you have applied too much, then don’t worry. You can always correct it. Add a small dot of foundation over the selected spot and blend well.