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Tuesday 25 February 2020

Shine Bright Like A Diamond! Bali Body Highlighter Sticks Review & Swatches

Bali Body Highlighter Sticks Review & Swatches
These were kindly sent to me*

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I think it's pretty well established on the blog that I'm a true highlighter addict! and I have a particular soft spot for liquid highlighters as they work really well with my dry skin, so when I saw that Bali Body had released new highlighter sticks* as part of their vegan and cruelty free collection, I couldn't wait to try them! There are three shades available and I was kindly sent all three and want to share my thoughts with you today, including swatches.

The packaging is pretty classic, with a gold lid and a clear tube and Bali Body logo. I like that the tube is clear because you can see when the product is nearly finished but also, if you own more than one shade, you can see which one it is.

The applicator is a doe foot, which makes is easy to apply, either to the high points of the face or a few dots along the collar bone or on the shin bones to add some glow. It's easy to blend and although it's a cream product, it dries like a powder. They could also be used on the eyes, especially in summer when skin has a little glow, or for nights out.

Bali Body Highlighter Sticks Review & Swatches

The three shades are:

Moonlit, which is a soft champagne shade.

Rose Gold, which (as the name suggests)is a rose gold shade. 

Sunkissed, which is a bronze shade, best suited to deeper skin tones, where the previous two would work with all skin tones.

I love the subtle sheen that one light application gives the skin, however, a number of layers can be built without pilling, if you want to build up intensity. They apply and dry smoothly and evenly and I don't find that they exaggerate the appearance of fine lines.

They are priced at £25.95 each*, with free shipping. There is 4ml in each tube, which will last quite a while as highlighter is not something you use a lot of (unless you use it on your body).

Are you a fellow highlighter fan? Which of these is your favourite shade? I'd love to hear!

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