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REVIEW: Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Highlighter in Breathe

Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Breathe
Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Breathe

Review of Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Highlighter in Breathe

Lately I have been getting invariably drawn to exploring makeup options that are not only fabulous but also pocket friendly... Discovering makeup products that work flawlessly and also don't cost a bomb is something that is keeping me busy nowadays. And the latest such discovery is the Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Highlighter in Breathe...

Let me just put it out there that before coming across this gem from Makeup Revolution, I was using and was madly in love with the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick Highlighter in Bronze but now I genuinely take about 10 minutes every morning to decide which highlighter to use!

Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Highlighter comes in 3 shades - Breathe, Glow and Exhale. As far as I understand, Glow is a warm golden perfect for warm and olive undertones while Exhale is cooler and perfect for those with a pink undertone and of course Breathe is something that caters to the neutral undertones. Needless to say I wanted to go for the Glow but because it was out of stock on Nykaa and I didn't know where else to buy it from, I ended up ordering Breathe...

And boy am I glad I did!

Price of Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Highlighter

It costs INR 1000/-

Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Breathe
Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Breathe

Like I said Breathe is something of a neutral highlighter shade and I think that is what makes it perfect as an everyday highlighter! I genuinely use it every single day on the bridge of my nose and the tip of my chin... Sometimes when I am in a "fancy" mood I apply it on my cheekbones as well.
Another feature that stands out about this highlighter is the fact that it is not chunky at all... There are no glitter particles and it doesn't impart shimmer... It simply looks like a gorgeous sheen has been added to your complexion and looks naturally glow-ey...

However, what I really love about it is the fact that it is not heavily pigmented and hence it is very easy to use even when you are in a hurry. You just cannot go wrong with it as you need to gradually build up the glow-ey effect. Additionally, it blends very easily and feels really smooth.

It has a pretty basic glossy black packaging that looks like a compact. It comes with a big and a good quality mirror and the product itself has swirls embossed in it that imparts a sort of a psychedelic effect adding to its charm...

Overall Rating:

I genuinely cannot recommend the product enough. I would suggest you to get your hands on it ASAP. However, you might want to order it either for the UK or the US cause it is much cheaper there than it is in India on


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