The more I used luminizer’s and highlighters the more I like them. I have the Estee Lauder illuminating pen and the Laura Mericer one but one of my favourites is the Trish McEvoy product, because of it’s chunky applicator pen.
I was rather pleased to get my paws on their Luminizer bronze – just because I have a tan now and I wanted something a little different – there are times when you want something other than a pearl/white based glow.
Yes, that’s my cat’s tail.
Add a dose of instant bronze radiance with the skin-enhancing Luminizer in Bronze. The perfect pick-me-up for all skin types. One twist of the pen results in the perfect application. Apply anywhere on your face you need to add a long-lasting natural, luminous glow.
This chunky pen contains a warm bronze illuminator:
I really like the applicator – I prefer the bigger brush just because I think it’s easier to apply on the face.
One of the first skin luminizers I ever bought was high beam from Benefit. I quite like them but find the texture a little thin:
I do have Trish McEvoy’s regular luminizer which looks unremarkable but when applied properly (which a Trish SA showed me how to do) – WOW.
So this bronze is a pretty, shimmery warm bronze. It’s quite sheer and has fine sparkles with a light copper edge:
I used this around the top of my cheekbones and I love it! It’s different from my skin toned and white luminizers – the sparkle is more apparent in the flesh but it isn’t over the top or ugly at all. It’s really pretty!
Because it’s sheer I won’t use this on the eyes but keep for use on the face.
Really pretty, lovely product – great if you like to get a natural looking glow on the skin. For something more obvious you may want to use a powder highlighter.