Ever building on the Touche Eclat empire, YSL will be launching the coveted glow-getting formula in a new format for Spring 2017. Yep, you guessed it…a cushion. LE Cushion, to be exact. 😉 The product will be offered in 7 shades designed to enhance radiance with natural coverage.
In addition to that exciting news, the Company is also brining in three Touch Eclat Glow Shots, a highlighter boasting the hefty promise of a 10-hour strobe effect AND ultra hydration, via hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, and Ruscus. Glow Shots will come in 3 shades:
- No.1 Daylight – Create a reflective, mirror effect (light skin tones)
- No.2 Sunrise – Create a rosy glow (light skin tones)
- No.3 Sunset – Create a healthy glow (medium to dark skin tones)
And…one more dashing add…the YSL Touche Eclat White, Limited Edition. I’m already chomping at the bit for this one because a “porcelain effect” is like music to my goth-y ears… It can be used for adding a beautiful sheen, or for more extreme strobe and contour effects.
To follow up on my earlier post…
Chicprofile’s got more detail (which you will definitely want to see!) regarding not only the updated Strobes…but the larger Collection.
Check out her post for more details…
MAC Strobe Cream is definitely one of those cult, “must-have,” go to products in the beauty world – it’s been used backstage at Runway shows religiously since it’s launch, and very likely will continue to be one of those fail-safe, backup glow-getters ad infinitum.
It took a while but MAC finally decided to expand on the product – there were posts about it months ago, but given that it is set to launch this November (for Autumn / Winter 2016/17, and indeed when this post is scheduled for), we’ve got more to say about it now.
The one I was always most interested in was Redlite – maybe it’s the vamp in me, maybe it’s that the red lends itself to flushing cheeks. Either way, I was psyched to see a review that focused on this shade in particular. There will be others, not to worry if red is not your hue. It total, the selection will be:
- Pinklite (a rename of the original)
These definitely are shade shifters, and that’s one of the reasons I love them. They don’t appear to be glittery or garish, they just add a cool (or warm!) sheen to the skin, giving you a hyped-up highlight instead of the same old, same old.
Jerrod Blandino of Too Faced Cosmetics finally posted a pix of the Sweet Peach shenanigans – long awaited for many. For me, the more natural, the better – I don’t mind sheen, so long as it isn’t glittery. Much that I adore the later, when you reach a certain point in life, you don’t want the “glow” to be as obvious…
The newbie is available in December, meaning you can stave off a frosty, icy gleam with something a tad more Spring-like. Nothing wrong with a little warmth amidst the snow.
Highlighters have absolutely proliferated the market…I’ve gone on about it plenty, and so have most beauty blogs. And fashion sites. And publications. It’s a trend that hasn’t gone away, and probably will always find a place no matter the changing tides (yes, even when matte is the end all be all!)
Ethereal is ALWAYS in, but galactic is a whole other thing… It is definitely less wearable, but somehow still as appealing to most eyes (and wallets!) simply because of its novelty and “otherworldliness.” I mean, who doesn’t want some kind of gleam somewhere? It’s chic to sport an angelic sheen! In the case of Milk Makeup’s Holographic Stick, though, it IS more extraterrestrial.
I’ve seen a bunch of posts out there but BeautyByKelsey shared one of the best swatches of this stick, as well as Anastasia’s Moonchild palette, Kat Von D’s Eyeshadow, Pat McGrath’s 003 highlighter (which was a quickly snatched-up cult item when it came out some months ago.) It was nice to see it here, as other posts didn’t quite get the “on-skin, actual” look across. Not to mention, if you really want to go full-bore, you have a nice collection of space-age products and hues to choose from!
There’s a definite lilac sheen going on here – it does NOT (hallelujah!) appear to be glittery or shimmery at all. Fear not, for those of you for whom glitter is your thing – this will still command some attention when on your skin (at least from someone else’s rods and cones!)
Not for the faint of heart, but those who want to stand apart. And glow while they’re at it.
Supernova, outer-spaced fabulousness. If there’s life out there, prepare to wow.
I never use Snapchat – in fact, I’ve no idea, really, what the app even looks like. But Budgetbeautyblog posted an image (this IS Instagram, no?!) of some fun new highlighters from L’Oreal.
I personally have AN ARSENAL of highlighters. My wedding is in October, so naturally I am sifting through them all to see which ones I will actually end up using (wouldn’t it be tremendous to layer them all!? Ermagawd!) I am incredibly discriminating, however, when it comes to “glow-getters” – and I am ever-determined to find ones that DO. NOT. GLITTER.
Back in my college days, wearing glitter on my eyes, dark and painted jeans, and combat boots was no big deal. In ballroom, it was basically a prerequisite. But – as I have droned on about over and over again – I no longer feel my skin has to sparkle.
No. No, thank you. I just want to glow – healthily – in a gleaming, possibly pearlescent manner. But any sign of glitter – however small – will send me running the other way. When the sun comes out (or the moon!) I expect my radiance to appear as though I am, indeed, lit from within.
Lofty wishes, maybe… Demanding of my products, 1,000%. But I have found highlighters that glow beautifully, minus that disco ball scenario. I don’t know if these L’Oreal liquid creams will just be “sheen” or something too-young for my taste – they look quite lovely swatches here, though! Clavicle, brown bone, cheeks…the shades would work anywhere. Curious to see more about these in the next few weeks!
Nothing can wake you up faster that a flush on your cheeks – if you are fair-skinner like I am, that’s especially true!
I was excited to see Benefit’s new Dandelion Dew, a matte liquid blush in Dandelion’s signature soft pinky-peach hue. Matte it may be, it claims to leave a lit-from-within “delicate gleam” – I like the idea that it can add that kind of youthful radiance withOUT shimmer (something I have very much outgrown over the years.)
The formula is lightweight, bendable, and adds a glow to any skin tone. I am eager to check it out in store…not that I need it, necessarily (but has that stopped any of us, really?)