The moment we’ve all been seriously waiting for — New York based beauty cult, Glossier, has just launched their two newest products to the ole’ glossy family and boy oh boy, they are serious highbeam highlighters. Get a load of these swatches and oh yeah, enter below to win your very own free.
Skincare + makeup = Haloscope, the galaxy’s first dew effect highlighter. And before you think that this might be a “gimmick-type product” or that they have a fabulous writer on staff, just hear us out: It’s a dual-delivery formula: the outer halo is infused with genuine crystal extracts for all-day enlightenment, with a solid core of vitamin-rich moisturizers for a hydrated, dewy finish. Expect an otherworldly sheen that’s never dry, never glittery. Two essential shades for two intentions: Quartz for a universally flattering, pearlescent highlight, and golden Topaz for a healthy, sun-kissed glow. It’s literally madness and they aren’t lying.
What we love about this addition to the already impressive roster they boast is that this crayon of a highlighter leaves no room for mistakes, you literally can’t mess it up. Yeah, we’re serious. As easy as swatching it across your face and calling it a day. For a more natural “dewy” look, light tapping into the skin is definitely key when reaching for your level of dew but for those who are daring, one warrior’s paint streak across the apple of your cheek will instantly have heads turning — in the best way possible.
Whether you’re heading out for an evening of fun or grabbing a bite to eat with a loved one, the Haloscope is immediately a game changer that is giving us a brand new dew. And guess what, it can be yours. Enter our giveaway below and blend to the beat of your drum because remember, #NoFilterJustGlossier
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