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Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter by bareMinerals
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Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter

$28 + SHIPPING
4.4(589)
DARK TO DEEPFAIR TO LIGHTMEDIUMTAN

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cruelty-free
luxury

Key Benefits:

  • Does Not Have Fallout
  • Blends Well
  • Smooth
  • Lightweight

Ingredients

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Sodium levulinate, Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Xanthan Gum, Red 7 Lake, Alumina, Glycerin, Carmine, Glyceryl caprylate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, CI15985, Sodium anisate, Lauroyl lysine, Zea mays starch

Ratings & Reviews

4.485% of 589reviewers recommend this product

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ulta.com user
March 13, 2017

Invisible!

I was looking for a natural highlighter and was recommended this by a BM employee. I have light skin (purchased wheat 4.5 in Complexion Rescue) and the BM gal recommended the fair-light color for a natural look. Well, it is so natural that it is not noticeable, period. Invisible for sure. I have dry skin and because it's so invisible it needs several swipes to even be able to see it on the skin. However it then looks caked and chalky on my skin. Perhaps this would work better for those with normal or oily skin. I wanted a natural highlighter but this is kinda ridiculous! It is a total fail. 

Macy's user
May 1, 2017

Deep Dark is great for Tan, to Med-Dark Skin

Disclaimer: If the swatch above shows multi-colors for the Deep Dark, IGNORE this. THAT is the swatch for the BM Total Invisible Highlighter in Deep Dark, it is actually a solid color. You can view it in store or on the BM website if it hasn't been fixed.Now, I have to say I really do like this subtle illuminating bronzer more than my matte bronzers. It's perfect for summer as it's not heavy and can be applied over tinted moisturizer or bare skin without looking heavy. As for the shade name Deep Dark, eh, not so crazy about. This has more to do with the makeup industry phrasing as a WHOLE which could use some work and this brand is really no different. "Deep" and "Dark" have very different meanings to women or men of color than those in the makeup world. Deep Dark is usually referred to those with deeper, darker, BROWN skintones, for example Mac Nw58 is the deepest shade in their Studio fix powder line. That shade is what most women of color, as myself, would refer to as Deep or Dark. However, I am more between nc45-nc50 and on the yellow side so this works pretty good.It's a brownish-bronze without too much red, and it just adds this really pretty natural luminosity. I swatched it in store, and just really liked it. It is very subtle and unless you're fair you couldn't use it as a contour IF you contour with a bronzer. it is a tad darker than my skin, it adds this bronzey illuminating sheen with zero glitter. It is definitely noticeable with versus without on me but looks very natural. If you are fair skinned you'll get more of a dramatic/intense look and it's sheer enough to pull off. I do think it's buildable without looking heavy or cakey or adding too much texture. The texture is super fine, not at all powdery, so it doesn't "dust up" when I run my brush across it. Overall, my favorite bronzer thus far, and the mirror is a really nice size, travel friendly. Less

Sephora user
March 16, 2017

Great natural glow highlighters

I have this is the fair-light, medium, and resilience that comes in the Ingrid LE set and I am in love with them. These give the perfect lit from within glow which is perfect for those more natural or "no-make-up" makeup days. It is a bit powdery so I found using a tapered fluffy brush was best to pick up the product with and apply as any brushes that were more firm just kicked powder in the pan. I can't wait til I get a bit of a tan in the summer to give a darker shade a try as well! The formula feels nice and soft to the touch and sinks into the skin vs sitting on top of it and looking chunky. If you're looking for a product that will make your skin look healthy and lit from within this is a great option.

ulta.com user
March 22, 2017

Lovely natural looking highlighers

So, I might have gone a little overboard and bought this in 3 shades after trying it. I really really like how natural and glowy it makes your skin, seriously like a lit from within glow. It's not a crazy blinding highlight like we've gotten used to so if you're expecting that you might not like this. I would recommend using a tapered highlighting brush with it (E.l.f. has one that works well with it if you're looking for a cheaper brush or I really like my Wayne Goss 02 for it as well) I've found that best picks up the product. If you use a stiffer brush you're pretty likely to kick up a ton of product instead of the brush picking it up so soft and fluffy is the way to go otherwise it's going to look like it has a ton of fallout. It has a really nice and smooth texture and blends out so nicely. Perfect for everyday makeup and for when you want a nice natural healthy glowy skin look.I wear Fairly Medium and Neutral Ivory and wear the Fair-Light, Medium, and Radiance (in the Ingrid Nelson kit) and they all work well with my skin tone! The BareMinerals employee I talked to also suggested that I could use the Dark shade as a blush in the summer so I may also give that a try later on this year! « less

Sephora user
May 1, 2017

I found my go-to highlighter

So I recently discovered the highlighting concept and I started a search for a subtle highlighter. I tried many many brands at Sephora and I found this. Like the name, it is very subtle, so if you want to be seen from outer space with your highlighter on, perhaps go with Too faced. I love this because does not have glittery particles, it's sheer and powdery and blendable. I am using the light/fair pact. The price is also more affordable than other highlighters at Sephora. 

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