Originally Posted by Ladychris11
Try using it under artificial light? Highlighters usually don't show much under direct sunlight so maybe that's why?
Originally Posted by katred
So sorry to hear this! What brushes have you tried it with so far? If it's re
Originally Posted by Bonitinha
I had to play around with different brushes to get the effect I wanted. At first I didn't think it was showing up, but then when I would turn a certain way, I could see the light reflecting. I used a dense angled blush brush for the tops of my cheekbones (like a MAC 168). It is also gorgeous in the arch of the eyebrow, inner corner, and cupids bow (I used an angled e/s brush for those areas).
ally not showing, you could try tapping it onto your cheeks using a fairly dense brush like the 116 or the 150 for a wider application. Blend as little as possible. Hope you're able to get it to work for you, it's a pricey piece to get and then not enjoy.
Thanks for the advice. I wore it when we went to the mall & I was buying sunglasses because I lost mine, so I was in quite a bit of artificial & daylight. Couldn't tell I had it on at all.
I can't recall what brushes I've used but several different ones & I can't get it to show up. It's too expensive for me to be this unhappy with the quality of this product. I am going to ask for a SA to help me, but if I still can't make it show up, I'm going to return it. I'm really disappointed because it looks beautiful on the brush, but it doesn't make it onto my face. I'll try a few dense brushes & go from there.