Weekly Must-Have: Nars Banc De Sable Highlighter Palette

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Weekly Must-Have: Nars Banc De Sable Highlighter Palette

Remember when we taught you about the latest highlighting trend, nontouring? Well, now we have the perfect palette to achieve this contouring-with-highliters look. Nars Banc De Sable Highlighter Palette will have you getting your pretty on in seconds.

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Armed with three universally flattering highlighting powders, this trio promises a lit-from-within golden-godess-glow. Depending on your skin tone, use the lightest highlighter to elevate and pull focus to high points and the darkest highlighter to sculpt and contour low points. Or, use the more bronzy shade to add a light tan and the pearl hue to luminize. Apply to eyelids for a natural, glowy effect, to cheeks for a warm shimmer, and even to lips, post-gloss, for the illusion of a larger pout (dab onto the middle of your mouth).

I use the trio in rapid mixture on all areas of my face, depending on the look I’m going for. Sometimes, a deeper bronze is in order — and then I’ll play with the two darker hues. Other times, I just want a hint of shimmer on my cheekbones and brow bones, and then it’s all about the pearl shade, flying solo. Bonus: you can apply these highlighter wet, too, for a deeper, more evocative glowing effect. (Then layer on the powder for a truly texturized highlighting experience!)

One thing is for certain: these three gorgeous, glowing highlighter hues will have you covered all summer long. Warm up to the shimmer, bask your face in the shine: this season, we’re all about the nontouring.

PRICE TAG: $49 (buy here)

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