ITEM Beauty has launched a beautiful new liquid highlighter for summer. The ITEM Beauty Hey Hi Halo Liquid Highlighter has launched in three different shades to complement all skintones, and keep on reading to find out all about the formula, and see swatches.
ITEM Beauty Hey Hi Halo Liquid Highlighter
“A weightless liquid highlighter that’s all gleam, no glitter with a juicy sheen and glass-like finish. Blends and builds from a subtle strobe to a high-beam shine. In 3 saturated shades infused with a skin-loving mix of Japanese cherry blossom, magnolia berry and amino acids to nourish, moisturize and help balance oil.”
The ITEM Hey Hi Halo Liquid Highlighters are described as being a weightless liquid highlighter, which will give you all gleam without glitter, which is the best type of liquid highlighter in my opinion. Offering a juicy sheen with a glass-like finish, to give you that coveted glass-skin effect.
- Japanese Cherry Blossom: Conditions and softens skin.
- Amino Acid Blend: Moisturizes and nourishes skin.
- Australian Lemon Myrtle: Helps balance oil.
The ITEM Beauty Hey Hi Halo Liquid Highlighter builds and blends from a subtle sheen to a saturated strobe without disrupting your makeup underneath. It is infused with a skin-loving mix of Japanese cherry blossom, lemon myrtle, and amino acids.
- Shake well.
- Use fingertips to dot, dab, and blend on high points of face anywhere you need a beam of gleam—or mix with your favorite foundation for an all-over glow.
- Dries quickly, build and blend while wet
ITEM Hey Hi Halo Liquid Highlighter Swatches
The ITEM Beauty liquid highlighter is $18, and is available in three beautiful shades;
- Electric – pink champagne
- Zap – golden peach
- Bolt – warm bronze
This liquid highlighter is housed within a frosted, plastic squeezy tube, with a nozzle dispenser. There appears to be a mixed opinion on the product from reading the reviews on the Sephora website, but it’s clear from the description, that this liquid highlighter is designed to be a dewy, radiant highlighter, rather than an intense highlighter, but the swatches look beautiful, and it’s available right now.
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