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Mar 13 2014

Jane Iredale In Touch Highlighter in Comfort

Disclaimer: Press sample. See bottom.

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Sometimes it’s the littlest things that can make difference in whether your skin glows or not!

Adding a touch of one of Jane Iredale‘s newest makeup launches for spring, In Touch Highlighter in Comfort, is one of those little things!

I say little, because it really is a small, fat tube:

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Comfort is a gorgeous peachy gold shimmer shade, that flatters universally. It’s part of the brand’s spring collection launch, called Magic Hour.

In Touch Highlighter is a cream-to-powder highlighter that blends easily to complement complexion in areas like the tops of your cheekbones, brow bones and the bridge of the nose. You can use this on lids as a primer (I did not test this out) or on the lips, as well (Jane Iredale recommends applying it to the center of the lip for a fuller look). It’s a light-weight formula.

Here’s how it looked heavily applied on the left, one swipe on the right:

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How did it look on? Check it out:

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I applied this Highlighter to the tops of my cheekbones, the bridge of my nose and my forehead and it gave me a nice, subtle glow!

The color really reminds me of NARS Orgasm, but it’s not as pinkish.

This wore on me all day.

The brand doesn’t necessarily recommend this as a blush, but I could easily wear it that way, given how fair my complexion is, and how it builds up over a few swipes. It’d be a nice glow for light makeup days.

You can get the In Touch Highlighter for $28 on the Jane Iredale website, and at select skin care specialists and beauty apothecaries world wide.

This is a product I would buy from Jane Iredale. I like how easy it is to use, and its versatility on my face. I would actually like to try it as a lip tint, I think this is one of those great all purpose makeup tools for on-the-go!

What do you think? Is In Touch Highlighter something you’d be interested in? Do you like adding a little glow to your face?!

Disclaimer: I received the Highlighter to review from the PR Firm/Manufacturer. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!

 

  • http://kissandmakeupsbeautyblog.com/ Kiss & Make-up

    I like how it looks on you, but for me and my impure mooncrater skin it would be too shimmery I’m afraid :-( It would be like giant arrows pointing out all my imperfections.

    • BeautyJudy

      Thank you – but aw, bummer! The key thing is that you know what looks great on you and what will and won’t work!