Learn how to luminize any look, any time. Sculpt, highlight, go!
We love discovering one product that can be used in many ways. Take Luminizing Powder. We gave our in-house makeup artists the challenge of creating three looks with three shimmery powders. They chose a softly contoured look that’s perfect for work, an amped-up after hours glow, and a next-day “mask your damage from the night before” look.
Check out the how to.
Soft and simple. This is how we wish we woke up.
- Effortless, natural and office-friendly daytime makeup achieved by using Dusk Reflection, the darkest of the three shades, swept around the outer edge of your face and hollows of your cheeks with a contour brush. You’re lightly structuring your face.
- Softly sweep Dawn Reflection, the middle shade, on the apples of cheeks to warm up your face.
- Finish with Midnight Reflection under your eyes, on the ridge of your nose and on the center of your forehead to awaken and brighten.
Defined and shaped. When you swap your flats for heels and coffee for champagne.
- Draw attention to your features from cheeks to collarbones repeating the same steps you used for your daytime glow, but heightening color for an organic contour. Think chisel, amplify and accentuate as you apply each shade.
- Add a little Midnight Reflection in the corner of each eye, on your cupid’s bow and above and below your brows to add a little sex appeal.
Repair and enhance. To mask damage from the night before.
- Decrease the look of under eye puffiness with Dawn Reflection. Its glimmering peachy hue helps balance out purples and blues, so you don’t look like you had one drink too many.
- Dust Dusk reflection on your neck, over cheeks and around your hairline to bring color to your face.
- Highlight cheekbones, jawline and ridge of your nose with Midnight Reflection for a strobing effect.
- Add Magic Balm to lips and lids for extra radiance. Even if you’re feeling tired or hungover on the inside, you’ll look glowing on the outside.