Highlighters and face illuminators are no longer just plain old white or gold highlighters. The reason for this owes thanks to the Popular Unicorn look, Today, Highlighters and illuminators can have blue, green, purple or even pink casts. Now, Laura Geller’s Cult Classic illuminators have introduced the new shade, Baked Gelato Swirl Diamond Dust (Click here for link) ($26). Diamond Dust brings your face light with a twist of unicorn.
Laura Gellar Baked Gelato Swirl Diamond Dust Illuminator Packaging
The compact is fairly basic, and very “New York” chic and sleek. First, the compact’s lid is plastic. Therefore, it is see-through. Moreover through the lid, you are able to see the delicious swirl of “gelato”. To me it looks like creamy icing swirled on a cake. Whatever you’re thoughts are , gelato looks fluffy and delicious.
I love the way the diamond dust illuminator looks opalescent. Also I can see a touch of pink opalescence in the swirls.
Laura Gellar Baked Gelato Swirl Diamond Dust Illuminator Formula
The Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminators are a Laura Geller cult favorite. Equally important, the baked formula is unique, because it goes through a baking process. For this reason, the finished powder has a hybrid texture. First, it feels creamy. However, the cream applies like a sheer powder.
Furthermore, ingredients centella asiatica, whole tea extract and red seaweed extract are included so that the powder is easy to blend. Most important, Italian Spring Water, the only water Laura uses to mix her illuminators. As a result, the illuminators are chock full of minerals.
The baking process starts out with the product, a swirl of liquid. Next, the liquid color-corrective pigments are poured onto terra-cotta pans. Lastly, the pans are baked for 24 hours.
And, the final result is the extremely fine, silky-smooth powder illuminator.
The Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator Diamond Dust Shade
Diamond Dust has an opal effect. Moreover, the color shifts to an iridescent pink.
The pink shifts cause the illuminating powder to take on an ethereal glow.
On my arm diamond dust has a soft, radiant, holographic, unicorn look. Also, the shade provides a translucent wash of luminizing color.
How To Apply Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator Diamond Dust
Wet or Dry Applications
First, Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator can be worn two ways. One way , if you are looking for a major glow. Therefore, when you apply the wet powder, you’ll create a foiled, or a strobed highlighted look.
Also, when you use the product dry, the extremely fine , silky-smooth powder will create a dewy, fresh look.
Soft Handed and Heavy Handed Application
Subsequently, when you use a soft-handed application, you’ll create a refined, natural-looking highlight. On the other hand, when you use a heavy hand, and layer the illuminator when you want a blinding highlight.
Sculpt Your Face With Light Or Create a Lit From Within Halo Effect
In addition, when you sculpt your face with light, you are creating depth and dimension. To illustrate this, brush the illuminator down the center of your nose. Then place the light on your cheekbones and on the center of your forehead.
Another way to work the illuminator is to create a lit from within, halo effect. To illustrate, lightly brush the illuminator all over your face. Moreover, you can accent the makeup you have on, and give yourself a subtle glow brushing the illuminator over your makeup. Remember to brush lightly using a soft hand.
Wear Diamond Dust Illuminator On The Eyes, Neck, Decollete and Shoulders
Because it glides smoothly on the skin, it works beautifully when you use it on your neck, decollete and shoulders.
I love wearing diamond dust as an eye shadow on my eyelids for a gorgeous, dewy looking glow.
I am crazy about the new Diamond Dust Baked Gelato Illuminator. It has a creamy feel, and it applies evenly. Further you are able to sculpt your face with light, or have an ethereal halo effect with the Diamond Dust Baked Illuminator. It is long-wearing. Also, you can wear it over or under the Diamond Dust illuminating stick.