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Where to buy 3 high-end highlighters that are worth spending your money on

Highlighters are everywhere and it’s pretty hard to ignore the desire for them, or the beaming cheek bones of the person sat next to you. So if you’re looking for a highlighter that’s worth the money and gives a luminous glow, and doesn’t have to be re-purchased every month, then check these out

Jeffree Star Skin Frost

Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skinfrosts in shades, (bottom to top) Mint Condition, Deep Freeze, Ice Cold, Princess Cut, King Tut, Dark Horse

Jeffree Star showing off his highlighters on his YouTube channel in 2016 at their first release. 

Undoubtedly, these highlighters are huge. They are the biggest highlighters on the market, so you definitely get a lot for your money. Not only that, but they are blinding and immensely beautiful. Their texture is slightly glittery, but they do melt into the skin with no problems. They’re available in a range of shades, some of which are pretty ‘out-there’… but ‘King Tut’, a warm gold, is arguably the best shade out of the range, although ‘Ice Cold’, a blinding white silver, is another renowned favourite.

Find them on his website, or on Beauty Bay for £25.50.

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Pop

Becca x Jaclyn Hill’s highlighter; Champagne Pop

This highlighter is a collaboration between beauty brand Becca Cosmetics, and huge beauty influencer Jaclyn Hill. It’s been out a while, but it’s undeniably beautiful. All of the Becca highlighters are stunning, but ‘Champagne Pop’ is easily the best out of them all. Described on Cult Beauty as a “warm, ultra-flattering golden champagne”, this highlighter is a little pricey, but definitely worth the splurge.

Find it on Cult Beauty for £32.

Jaclyn Hill showing her collaboration with Becca.

ABH Glow Kit

Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in shade “That Glow”

Anastasia Beverly Hills is well known for its highlighters, and especially its highlight kits. The kit contains four shades, so you’re guaranteed to get one to suit your skin tone. It also means you can layer the different shades, if you like a unique and bright look. Again, this is a little pricey, but it’s definitely worth it for the four different highlighters you get. They are also re-fillable, so you can pop each pan out when you’re done, and insert a new one.

These are available on Anastasia Beverly Hills UK, Cult Beauty and Beauty Bay for £42.


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