A highlighter makeup is used to reflect light. When you wear a highlighter, it draws attention to certain areas of the face, such as the cheeks, eyes, or your perfect pout. It has the power to make your eyes pop or give you a youthful radiance that you simply cannot get with other makeup products.
To apply highlighter, you'll need your highlighter and application tool. You can use a makeup sponge, such as a beauty blender, for liquid and cream formulas for flawless blending. If you would like to use a brush, you can also use a stippling brush. If you use a powder highlighter, you should apply it with a brush swipe your brush across the highlighter, and use a stippling motion to press the highlighter onto the high points of your face. If you use a liquid highlighter, you should put small dots of highlighter where you would like to apply highlighter and then, blend it thoroughly with your beauty sponge using pressing and small circular motions.
First, you can cover the palette with the saran wrap before you crush up the highlighter. Make sure that you crush the highlighter completely so that it appears like a fine powder. And then you should pour a tablespoon of rubbing alcohol into your small dish, and use a spoon to pour the rubbing alcohol over your crushed makeup palette and blend it together. The next step is to use the back of the spoon to smooth over the makeup, making sure there are no air pockets. Finally, you just let the solution dry for 24 hours.
The best way to find a highlighter makeup which is right for you is to look at your own skintone.You should look for a highlight shade that is two shades lighter than your skin. This can help you achieves the most natural and flattering highlight for your complexion that looks like part of your skin.
In general, most highlighter makeup can last three years or so if it is sealed. If opened, which means that it has already been exposed to the air or may be infected with dust or other substances, the highlighter makeup can last about one year. And you can store it in a cool, dry place and opt for a disposable applicator when it is applicable to maximize its shelf life.