So we’ve got the magical lips, now we need a highlight to go along with it. Fortunately, I Heart Revolution has got you covered. Stay tuned to the end of the post for a giveaway.
There are three different highlighters in different shades for each of the mystical creatures. All cost £5 each and are available from RevolutionBeauty or Superdrug. They’re all packed in cardboard hearts with a gradient of colours that mix to make a unique highlighter shade. They’re also all Vegan.
The Dragon highlighter is a collection of red and golden highlighter shades that combine into a beautiful golden highlight. This is way too dark for my skin but is perfect for deeper skin tones.
The Mermaid highlighter is a collection of green and purple shades that combine into a pretty peach highlighter. Again just a touch too dark for me but great for light to medium skin tones.
The Unicorn highlighter is a pastel rainbow of shades with a white base that combines to an ethereal blue highlight. This one is perfect for fair to light skin tones.
I like these highlighters, especially the Unicorn one. They’re pretty and quite unique. I find the sheen on them doesn’t really emphasise my skin texture either. You can, of course, make the tone of them slightly different depending on where you place the brush into the highlighter. The choice is yours, there are so many variations.
So onto the UK only giveaway. I am giving away the Mermaid and Dragon highlighters used in this post as they’re both too dark for me. Please complete the steps included in the Rafflecopter widget and make sure you leave me a comment stating which one you’d like. Open to UK residents only, two winners will be chosen at random. failure to comment which one you’d like or reply with both/either will void your entry. Please click the link below to enter.
2 thoughts on “Mermaids vs Dragons vs Unicorns Heart – Part 2 Highlighters Review and Swatches”
I would love the mermaid highlight!! It looks amazing and i would love to try it out!! Never had anything from this brand before so this would be new to me 🙂
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