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Highlighter

Highlighter

Shade
Champagne
Rosé
This pressed powder highlighter is the low-key glow your weekday self has been craving. With just a touch of golden pigment, this every day, mineral highlighter blends naturally to give your skin a dewy appearance, without looking overdone.

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M.C.
Highlighter

I love the highlighter. It makes my skin look so alive and glittery. I can't wait to try the rose highlighter along with the plum lip cheek.

K
K.B.
Gorgeous

Such a beautiful highlighter. Very subtle and the color is perfect

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R.F.
Beautiful!!

This is really a beautiful highlighter! I use a little on my cheekbones and I also use it as an eyeshadow. Love having it in my stack!

J
J.R.B.
I can’t get enough!!

I have followed Subtl beauty since the beginning of it all! I knew this would be wonderful from Day 1. I don’t think I can ever leave home without my stack. All the colors look amazing on my caramel skin and I’ve never had a concealer match me more than Subtl Beauty! I will always make sure to share my love and support for this amazing product! Thank you for finally making something the works for me!💕 I LOVE IT ALL!!

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A.
Subtle glimmer

I like the shimmer of the champagne color. Looks nice on my nose and a C-shape from under brow to tops of cheekbones. Looking forward to buying the rose highlighter

Mica: the reason our products last so long, mica is used as a skin adhesive.
Dimethicone: forms a hydration barrier, keeping your skin healthy.
Zinc Stearate: Used to soften and smooth the skin. 
Silica: Absorb sweat and oils. 
Polymethylsilsesquioxane: Used as an anti-caking ingredient. 
Lauroyl Lysine: an Amino Acid derivative that we use to bind the loose powder particles to create a solid, pressed powder. 
+/-Iron Oxide: a technical term for pigment 

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