The I Heart Revolution Divine Heartbreakers Highlighter launched as part of three new highlighter additions to the Heartbreakers collection, which launched back in January, alongside the new I Heart Revolution Heartbreakers Radiance Loose Powder.
I’ve been a Revolution fan since they launched seven years ago, and the I Heart Makeup Goddess of Love Highlighters have always been one of my favourite products of theirs.
Since their intial launch, the I Heart Makeup range was renamed to I Heart Revolution, and the Goddess of Love Highlighters remain part of the brand’s product line.
It’s always been strange to me how they’ve not extended that particular range, as the highlighters are beautiful. However, whenever they launch more heart highlighters, I’m instantly intrigued.
“Get the heartbreakers GLOW! We never do anything ordinary here at I Heart Revolution. Designed with a nostalgic look and feel, our highlighters are pretty damn special, with a heart-shaped shell and a jagged split heart inside, revealing a gorgeous glowing, shimmery highlighter.
Vanilla scented and wrapped up in a heart-shaped box, this is the ultimate gift for someone you heart – and that includes yourself babe!“
The I Heart Revolution Divine Heartbreakers Highlighter is £6 and is packaged within a peach coloured, cardboard box in the shape of a heart.
The highlighter has a baked formula, with the highlighter being heart shaped, with a ‘broken’ design to complement the ‘Heartbreakers’ theme of the collection.
In addition to Divine, there’s also Golden and Graceful too, which are described as being the following;
- Divine – a champagne glow
- Golden – a soft golden glow
- Graceful – a copper/golden glow
The I Heart Revolution heart shaped highlighters are either glittery or shimmery, and the I Heart Revolution Divine Heartbreakers Highlighter does have a little glitter.
I personally don’t like glittery highlighters, but it’s all down to personal preference. The glitter is subtle within this particular shade, and as long as I apply it sparingly, the glitter is very minimal, but it is there nonetheless.
It’s a really pretty light champagne, which works well for my super pale skin. I included a heavy swatch, and the shade blended to give you an idea of how it looks on the skin.
For £6, the I Heart Revolution Divine Heartbreakers Highlighter is a pretty highlighter, and I’m really hoping Revolution will one day extend their Goddess of Love Highlighter collection, as they haven’t launched any other highlighters that are better than those, in my honest opinion.