Shimmer

ADD OPALESCENCE TO CRE­ATE A SHEEN THAT’S A TAD MORE HIGH-BEAM THAN GLOSS.

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HIGH­LIGHT RIGHT “Choose a high­lighter shade that en­hances your skin tone,” says Derek, who prefers sil­ver or champagne for fairer skin and bronze, gold or cop­per for medium to dark com­plex­ions. Then ap­ply it strate­gi­cally: “I like to tap high­lighter onto the tops of cheek­bones, at the tem­ples, and on the eye­lids for what I call the sur­prise ef­fect; you catch a glimpse of glim­mer when you blink.”

Derek also sug­gests dot­ting high­light­ing cream un­der and over the brow to cre­ate the il­lu­sion of a lift, at the in­ner cor­ners of the eyes to wake them up, and on the cen­tre of the lips to give some full­ness. BEDECK YOUR BODY “Mix a few drops of high­light­ing liq­uid into a gen­er­ous squirt of body lo­tion, then ap­ply any­where skin will be vis­i­ble, like your legs, shoul­ders, or decol­letage,” Derek says. DIY BLING RING Paint eight fin­ger­tips with a pas­tel cream colour, then paint just your ring fin­gers with a shim­mery ver­sion of the same shade (think pale pink with a rosegold accent).

GLEAM TEAM Cover FX Cus­tom En­hancer Drops in Moon­light ($65, Sephora). Becca Shim­mer­ing Skin Per­fec­tor Poured High­lighter in Opal ($58, Sephora).

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