Use the Right Tools: – Opt for a fan brush, a small, fluffy brush, or a makeup sponge (damp or dry) to apply highlighter.
Less is More: – Start with a small amount of highlighter. You can always add more if needed.
Focus on High Points: – Apply highlighter to the high points of your face, where light naturally hits. These areas typically include:Tops of the cheekbones Bridge of the nose
Blend Thoroughly: – Blend the highlighter into your skin using light, upward strokes. Be gentle to avoid disturbing your foundation or concealer underneath.
Avoid Sparkly or Glittery Formulas: – Choose a highlighter with a fine shimmer rather than chunky glitter.
Consider Your Skin Type: – If you have oily skin, be cautious with highlighter, especially on areas prone to shine
Natural Lighting Check: – After applying highlighter, check your makeup in natural lighting to ensure it looks flattering.
Less is More for Daytime:- For daytime looks, opt for a more subtle highlight.
Use Cream or Liquid Highlighter Sparingly:- Cream or liquid highlighters can provide a dewy look.