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There’s nothing cute about a complexion caked in foundation or decked out in not-so-subtle shimmer. Part skin-perfecting base and part highlighter, MAKE’s one-of-a-kind illuminator features a tone-correcting formula and imparts the perfect amount of sheer, pearlescent glimmer. Plus, the handy brush dispenses the perfect amount of product, ensuring even, flawless coverage.
I love this brand! I do not like this product. It produces a more rave -like Unicorn glow then a soft candle like glow. I will use this for Halloween makeup or gift it to the next Unicorn that I meet at a rave... Otherwise, it is a quality makeup product, and I can see a lot of teens really being into this product.1
This is good going-out illuminator. I'm 25 and I feel too old to be using this product. Too glittery!1
nothing against this particular product, I just don't use any highlighter in my makeup routine and don't have any desire to.
This is basically glitter and looks dumb when applied as a highlighter. Its very bright and does not work well for work.1
Way too glittery for me. Im looking for an actual illuminator and this is another priduct that just made my face look like I put glitter all over it. Not natural looking at all. Did not do it for me.1
Hate this product. It's glitter in a tube. It's awful and hard to get ofd1
Seems more like a shimmer lotion than an illuminator. It was also very shiny. I like the texture though.1
This is not an illuminator, this is glitter!! I like my highlighters to have a delicate shimmer to them. This just looks like I put a bunch of fine gold sparkles on my skin. Not for me.1
This was awful. I'm 45 with fine lines and wrinkles. Skin illuminator this is not. This didn't brighten my skin, it made it sparkly and settled into my fine lines highlighting an aspect I try and minimize. Big no.1
Shade too light for my skin tone. Sparkles way too prominent. Looked like a Halloween mask.1