Re: What's a great cheekbone Highlight for WOC?
Bargain Bucket Bella here adores Revlon Skinlights (Shimmering) Loose Powders
in Natural Lights
and Warm Lights
. I also have Golden Lights
and Bronze Lights
but am only ever able to pull them off in summer after dark. I think they would work beautifully on warm / golden toned dark WOC. I am just too neutral / cool for them, so they tend to look more artificial.
I am actually very antisheen / shimmer but these powders are wonderful for adding that enchanting 'glow' without looking greasy or glittery. I tend to apply with a very light hand and a soft fan brush.Natural Lights
is very similar to MAC FairyLite pigment
and gives a wonderful vintage / classic subtle glow whereever I use it. I also love this as a brow highlight. I use it all year round but it is my go to winter highlight.Warm Lights
is like a sheer MAC Sweet As Cocoa
. Less yellow golden so perfect for my neutral tones. It highlights beautifully without adding too much warmth and compliments most of my matte neutral blushes perfectly. I intend to be rocking this 24-7 this summer.
These are great cause they are so fine you can use them all over your face and body, adding them to foundation or body lotions for a shexy sheen. You get a HUGE 20g tub for $10 which used as highlight everyday, will last you ages! When I first received Warm Lights (ebay buy) I decanted a little (approx 5g) into a wee 25ml powder sample jar and apply from that refilling as needed. I have still to make a dent in that first sample and I have been using it regularly for nearly a year now! A little goes an extremely long way.
I also like MAC Format
and Flirt & Tease
for blushes with built in highlight / glow.