Marc Jacobs Beauty Tantalize (54) is a very warm-toned, light-medium copper with a luminous finish. It is a permanent highlighter that retails for $45.00 and contains 0.8 oz.
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Marc Jacobs Beauty Tantalize (54) Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter ($45.00 for 0.8 oz.) is a soft, golden bronze with a pearly sheen. It had very fine shimmer, so it could be easily incorporated into moisturizer or foundation, but it also had the spreadability and payoff necessary to work well as a more targeted highlighter. The consistency was smooth, lightly emollient, and spreadable, and it lived up to its "gel-cream" descriptor and having "buildable" coverage.
I had no trouble dabbing and blending out the product on my cheeks for a soft glow (along with color, as it is deeper than my skin tone; but the addition of this shade to the Dew Drops line-up is to address the lack of shades for deeper skin tones). When I mixed it in with foundation, it gave my foundation a slightly more luminous finish, though I could add enough where it gave a subtle, bronzing warmth all-over. It didn't seem to impact the longevity of base, and as a standalone highlighter, it lasted for nine hours on me.
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Give your highlight a dose of skincare. Inspired by Marc Jacobs' love of coconut water and the glow of youthful-looking, radiant, well-hydrated skin, this gel-cream instantly lights up the complexion. Directly highlight skin or blend this concentrated luminizer with foundation and primer to transform them into illuminating elixirs. A little goes a long way: This gel highlighter builds for the ultimate sheen, and the sensual, golden-peach hue flatters all skin tones with warm radiance. It’s formulated with five forms of coconut and provitamin B5 to help hydrate and nourish skin.