Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Benefit's SunBeam Highlighter Review

SunBeam Review

This product was an early buy for my holiday -like 5 months early- and that is probably why it's a bit too dark for me and I have to bronze my entire face, HighBeam would have been a better option for my skin tone but I tan really well and my tan stays with me for months, and this was a holiday purchase, But the product stays on for hours, the longest I've had to have it on for was 10 hours and it was still perfectly in place. The nail polish like packaging and brush applicator brush makes for really cute make up product and very easy application to the desired areas of your face.    

As soon as I put it on my face I worried it would be too dark for me, but after blending and bronzing on one could tell. I apply a thick strip on to my upper cheek...

…and blend. Here you can see the difference in the tones.

Here I've bronzed up my face a little and that awful line has disappeared.

For now my cheekbone is the only place I put this, as I use white eye shadow to highlight my brow bone and cupids bow, but once I'm tanned it'll be a whole different story.

Again like all Benefits products it's a tad on the pricey side at £19,50 from Boots. - Link

Rating: 4/5
I should have bought HighBeam because I'm really pale, but It'll look amazing when I'm tanned. so for now 4/5

Love Coley xx