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Stila Liquid Luminizer

By Glinda

I got some of this in my newest (and last) Birchbox.

Where do you use your luminizer? Do tell!

This is my first one and I’m anxious to try it out, hopefully without looking stupid. ┬áI’m thinking it’s sort of like using my pigment powder, just in a liquid-ish form.

4 Responses to “Stila Liquid Luminizer”

  1. Klee Says:

    My giant pores prevent me from using luminizer on my face, but I do use it sometimes around my eyes(especially in inner corners), along my upper lip to make it look fuller, and on my shoulders/arms/legs for a sleek shimmery look.

  2. SarahDances Says:

    I got the rosy color and am feeling pretty meh about it. I already have a powder I feel like does the exact same thing, with less fuss. I would like to have tried the pale goldy color, since I’ve seen some videos on using it to emphasize the cheekbones, but I have to admit I’m at a bit of a loss what to do with this color.

  3. Jessica K Says:

    As a highlight on the tops of your cheek bones, brow bone, the inner corners of your eyes, decolletage, cupid’s bow, basically any high points or places that you want to highlight.

  4. La Petite Acadienne Says:

    I add just a drop of it to my regular daily tinted moisturizer, mix it together, and blend it all over my face. There isn’t enough of it to make me look shimmery with a capital S, but it does give me a bit of that lit-from-within complexion thing, even at 7am.

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