MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter

MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin HighlighterMUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter

MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter£3 – Superdrug

I’ve raved about the MUA Undress Your Skin Highlighters many times here on my blog, as they’re so affordable but so pretty on the skin and there are now ten different shades to choose from which is incredible for a drugstore highlighter shade range. I’ve got three of the shades already; Pink Shimmer, Iridescent Gold and Golden Afterglow, and I recently bought the MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter alongside Peach Diamond and Golden Scintillation which I featured it within my most recent beauty haul. There’s no denying that the MUA Pearlescent Sheen Undress Your Skin Highlighter is completely out of my comfort zone, as I’m more of a natural highlighter kind of girl. However I’ve been lusting after the Kat Von D Alchemist Palette which contains four duochrome shades so I figured the Pearlescent Sheen Highlighter would be an affordable way to try the duochrome highlighter trend.

“MUA’s Pearlescent Sheen highlighting powder instantly radiates and lifts any complexion. This can be applied all over for an added radiance or applied to the cheek bones and under the brow bone to lift and accentuate your natural features.”

All of the Undress Your Skin Highlighters have clear lids and white plastic base, with the powder featuring a raised wave design. The powder feels quite rough in the pan which would usually put me off trying a product as I tend to prefer highlighters with a softer texture. Even though the MUA Undress Your Skin Highlighters feel rough, they’re still relatively smooth on the skin and Pearlescent Sheen is no different with the most amazing white shade with a blue duochrome shift. I’m not going to lie, this isn’t an everyday kind of highlighter shade and I can’t tell you I wear it on my cheekbones as it’s a little too vivid for a colour phobe like myself but I do love using it as an eyeshadow topper instead. If you aren’t adverse to bold highlighters, £3 is a fab price and it’ll last me forever as an eyeshadow topper.

What do you think of duochrome highlighters? 

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