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I'm Caitlin Israel, a twenty-something midwesterner with a penchant for neutrals, donuts, and makeup.
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That Glow, Though

That Glow, Though

That Glow, Though | Re-Mix-Her
That Glow, Though | Re-Mix-Her

As much as I love fall, winter, and cooler temps, my skin tends to take a beating at this time of year (as I'm sure most women can understand). The indoor heating makes my normally oily skin dry out, so capturing the glow of summer skin is no easy fete. 

I have the feeling I'll be reaching for the Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops in Celestial a lot throughout the next few months. I'll be honest; when I first saw this product and just how pigmented it was, I didn't think it was for me. It's a liquid highlighter, and typically I stray from liquid products because my skin is already oily. I also saw some beauty bloggers go quite over-the-top with it really easily because honestly you just need to tiniest drop. Fear not, though, because I've been testing this and have figure out a way to make this poppin' highlight fairly natural.

After experimenting with the formula, the best and most subtle way to apply it is with a damp makeup sponge. You honestly just need to tiniest touch—not even a full drop. I pick it up with the damp makeup sponge, dab the excess on the back of my hand, and then apply it to the top of my cheekbones.

If you want that glow, I'd highly recommend these powerful little drops. They take some practice, but the glow they impart works for the palest of us (Celestial is the perfect silvery, pink color) to the darkest of us (Sunset is the deepest color and would look great if you're very dark or very tan). That glow, though! 

Motorcycle Suede

Motorcycle Suede

On My To-Read List

On My To-Read List