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I would like to see an orangey-bronze base with fine (no glitter) aqua duochrome! I like aqua shifts, but they are often paired with cool base, which does not work so well on my warm complexion, so the solution could be a warm base and cool shift!

A very subtle no-highlighter highlighter. 😅
I’m personally not a fan of highlighters, especially colorful very visible ones. I like highlighters that add dimension, but you can’t really see they are there. There’s a ton of colorful and very noticeable options on the market.
I would love for a brand to create a line of subtle highlighters, with options for a variety of skin tones and undertones. Something like a lighter color than the skintones, but with the most subtle natural shine. MAC had something with the Sculpting line, but the color shades were limited and not the best selection; I did love MAC Emphasize as a highlighter, but I would definitely change something in the color to better suit my skintone.

Have you tried cream highlighters? I’ve found Flesh’s Highlighting balm in Startle to just be a brightening sheen. I have dry skin and tend to pack on the moisturizer though, so I’m always dewy and that creates its own highlight effect. Becca’s old liquid highlight in pearl was also a go-to for just a sheer dew.

I seriously have no idea! That’s because I that everything that could be created in the realm of highlighters that would actually flatter my own skintone have already been done by now. Also, likely for just about everyone else, too. That said; I wish that DoC Miramé was a permanent product! It is my favorite highlighter during summer.

I want a set of glorious multichrome highlighters with a completely transparent base and glorious SHEEN – not glitter. And because my skin is such a brat, silicone-free.

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