Vincent Longo Flora La Bella Luce Highlighter

Vincent Longo Flora La Bella Luce Highlighter

If you saw my post on the Vincent Longo Morning Glory Pearl X Eyeshadow, you’ll know that Vincent Longo are launching over here in the UK this Autumn at Cult Beauty which is super exciting news especially after being able to try some of their products. If you’re new to the Vincent Longo brand, they’re a US luxury beauty brand which are currently in Nordstrom so it’s amazing news that they’ll be finally be available on UK soil without having to worry about customs fees or hefty shipping fees. The next product I have to show you is the Vincent Longo Flora La Bella Luce Highlighter which is definitely one of my favourites from the range, and I have a feeling it might be one of their most popular once it goes on sale as it’s absolutely beautiful.

Vincent Longo Flora La Bella Luce HighlighterVincent Longo Flora La Bella Luce Highlighter

There are two different shades of the Vincent Longo La Bella Luce Highlighters; Flora (described as a pink pearl) and Patina (a soft gold) and I have the shade Flora which is just perfect for my porcelain skintone. The highlighter is described by Vincent Longo contains Vitamin E for hydration and is said to work for all skintones, and is described as the following;

Create an ethereal glow with luminescent pearls that reflect light to brighten any complexion. Multi-tonal, silky powders provides a signature glow for any skintone. Dust all over for an ambient glow or highlight cheeks, temples and décolleté for polished perfection.

The pattern of the powder is similar to that of the eyeshadow in that it has different sections of different colours within the powder which create almost a planet like effect, and it’s just so aesthetically beautiful. The pan contains lilac, white and beige sections which when blended creates a stunning lilacy silver shade which creates a beautiful ethereal glow to the skin without any obvious shimmer particles as it’s very finely milled. I think Flora is ideal for those with a cool undertone like myself, but if you’re warm toned I think Patina is perhaps a better option but they’re both equally lovely and can be used as standalone highlighters or as blush toppers for a multidimensional effect.

I would love to know if you have tried any of the Vincent Longo range before?

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