The Multi-Purpose Highlighter
My obsession for highlighters is growing everyday. I currently have another tab open looking at the Timeless Palette and the highlighter mousse from City Color Cosmetics. I love inexpensive highlighters because to be perfectly honest, when you consider the areas you apply your highlight, you really don't need to have that many. But if you're like me, and you're slowly turning into a highlight collector(pray for me ya'll), you will purchasing plenty of golden, metallic and rosey toned highlighters. In my pursuit of collecting highlighters, I found a dupe in my own collection that's identical to each other and they're under the same brand.
It's been a while since I've visited my Wet n Wild Highlight Palette until I realized, I've run into this highlighter before, just under a lower price. The white pearl highlighter in the palette is practically the same as the white eyeshadow single, which is also by Wet n Wild .
|Left is the Highlighting Palette the White Eyeshadow Single is to the right|
The Wet n Wild Illuminating Palette Highlighter has the tiniest bit more shimmer than the white eyeshadow single. The formula of these products are both pretty light, airy and pigmented. This goes to show you that makeup is multi-purpose, your favorite highlight could very well be the needed shimmer to your eye look or vice versa, I want to start experimenting with the multi-purpose element of makeup, I've seen some amazing makeup looks when the artist uses the product in a new diverse way. You guys know I'm nosey, let me know in the comment section below if you've ever used a makeup product for something other than it's described purpose.