VS model Georgia Fowler shares two beauty products you need to try, ASAP
Plus, her tricks on where to apply them
Victoria’s Secret model Georgia Fowler is absolute beauty goals in every sense of the word. Between her super-glossy hair, luminous skin (check out her tips for clear skin), and always-flawless makeup, it’s safe to say she’s got the whole beauty thing down pat.
So when she gave us all a heads up on the makeup products she’s currently obsessed with, we just had to share the love because the glowing results they gave her skin were incredible, and *EVERYONE* deserves to nab themselves that runway-ready Angel glow.
In her Instagram story, the model shared two highlighting products her makeup artist used on her, revealing that they’re now on the top of her must-have list.
The first was Marc Jacobs Beauty Glow Stick Glistening Illuminator – Spotlight 700 (which you can grab at your local Sephora). And we can totally understand her obsession with the sheer, creamy stick and its gold and silver pigments. Dubbed by the brand as a ‘portable spotlight’, it promises to give skin an instant dewy sheen - and judging by the cute packing, it would make a great travel companion.
The second highlighter was Pat McGrath Skin Fetish in Fine Gold 003 Pigment (it’s not available in Australia just yet, but you can get it as part of a kit on Net-A-Porter). This one is a pressed powder highlighter – starring gold and pearly pigments – that delivers a stunning iridescent golden glow. Used in combination with the Marc Jacobs Glow Stick, these gems are just what you need to instantly give your makeup look next-level radiance.
In another video, Georgia also gave us some advice on exactly where you should be applying your highlighter. When applied in the right place, highlighter can help lift and brighten your overall complexion – so take note!
“Apply it on the tip of your nose, Cupid’s bow, on your eyelids, on your cheekbone and maybe a teeny bit on your chin! Voilà!”
To avoid going overboard with your highlighter (it can be hard to know when to stop!), a good rule of thumb is to ask yourself, ‘what do I really want to bring forward and what do I want to push back?’. Remember, being strategic with your highlighter placement is the easiest way to add balance and dimension to the shape of your face.
If you’re looking for more tips on how to nail your illuminising game, check out these tricks for getting your highlighter right every time.
What are your favourite highlighting products? Let us know in the comment section below.
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Erin Docherty is a Contributing Beauty Writer for BEAUTYcrew. She has a keen interest in cosmeceutical skin care and is currently working on minimising her 9-step skin care routine – because ain’t nobody got time for that. When she’s not writing about the latest beauty news, or applying copious amounts of serum, you can find her spending all her money in Sephora.