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High Beam


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Based on 4 Reviews, 31 Quick Reviews

Rate It:
The Good
  • Blendable (12)
  • Easy To Apply (9)
  • Smooth (8)
  • Creamy (8)
  • Great Value (6)
  • Long-wearing (6)
  • Travel-friendly (4)
  • Buttery (3)
The In-Between
  • Luminous (15)
  • Buildable (11)
  • Sheer (7)
  • Highly Pigmented (4)
  • Natural (3)
The Bad
  • Emphasizes Pores (5)
  • Hard To Blend (3)
  • Hard To Apply (3)
  • Fades (2)
  • Too Little Product (1)

4 Written Reviews

Profile photo of Chelsea


4 months ago.

I am not a fan of the idea of liquid highlighters, but if I blend it properly it works out. This shade is better for fairer or lighter skin due to the color and tone.

Skin Tone: Light - Skin Type: Normal-to-Oily - Undertone: Neutral
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2 years ago.

A beautiful but quite subtle glow. I find it doesn't always show as deep as I would like and I have to use a powder to make it last. I do love using it as an under brow highlight to finish my eyeshadow looks and that always looks so beautiful!

Skin Tone: Light - Skin Type: Combination - Undertone: Olive
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3 years ago.

High-beam may seem like a favorite for many as a highlighter. but i think its pearly white iridescence is flattering only for skin with pink undertones. I'm a light medium at NC25 and High Beam looked very ashy on my yellow under toned Chinese skin, especially when I put it near my eyes or brows. A peachier iridescence (Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal from Becca) is much more flattering. If HighBeam is a must-try product, I recommend purchasing its mini-size as a little goes a long way!

Skin Tone: Light-Medium - Skin Type: Normal - Undertone: Yellow
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3 years ago.

I really dislike High Beam, and thus, I feel very much in a minority! I don't like how it applies - I find it sets too quickly, and I have no time to blend out the edges. It also can smudge my underlying makeup, and I find it "sits" on the skin and looks very obvious - perhaps due to the pinkness in the product. It's also too subtle and too obvious at the same time - too subtle because you can't see it unless the light is right, and too obvious because when you CAN see it, it looks stark and frosty. I want to love it, but I just can't!

Skin Tone: Light - Skin Type: Combination - Undertone: Neutral