Revlon is bringing back its cult-fave Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator

Your Favourite Discontinued Illuminator Is Making A Comeback

Finally, our prayers have been answered

Beauty Crew Digital Content Editor / February 07 2020

If you love a luminous complexion, chances are you’ll be familiar with Revlon’s cult favourite Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator.

This rather legendary tube of glowing liquid goodness was a favourite amongst cosmetic devotees, beauty editors and makeup artists for many years until it vanished from shelves during the mid-noughties.

Revlon Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator in Sunrise Luster

Revlon Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator in Sunset Bronze

After the coveted illuminator was discontinued, remaining tubes ignited fierce bidding wars on eBay where they fetched sky-high prices many times the original RRP…

To say people are obsessed with the stuff would be an understatement.

But today brings excellent news for beauty lovers: Revlon has listened to our prayers and is bringing back the Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator!

“We’re extremely excited to announce the return of SkinLights, the beauty industry’s original skin illuminator,” says Revlon’s Commercial Director Kaitlin Rady.

“Available for the first time since 2016, we’re thrilled the Australian market will once again be able to get their hands on this cult favourite. And, of course, a new generation of beauty enthusiasts will also now get to experience the luminous complexion that comes from SkinLights.”

Plus, that’s not all. A new Revlon SkinLights™ Prismatic Highlighter powder featuring the same crystalline pigments as the liquid illuminator is also set to be launched.

Revlon SkinLights™ Prismatic Highlighter in Twilight Gleam

Revlon SkinLights™ Prismatic Highlighter in Daybreak Glimmer

The Revlon Skinlights™ Face Glow Illuminator and Revlon SkinLights™ Prismatic  Highlighter will retail for $24.95 each and are set to be launched in department stores, discount department stores and pharmacies across Australia in February 2020.

If you’re looking to get your glow on, check out our guide on how to fake glowing skin with makeup.

Are you excited to hear about the return of this cult-fave beauty buy? Let us know in the comments. 

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Isobel is a Digital Content Editor at BEAUTYcrew, marie claire and InStyle. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously BEAUTYcrew's Junior Beauty Writer.

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