Can you have too many highlighters? I really don't think you can - the more the merrier I say. I am sure that if you asked me 5 years ago what a highlighter was I would have told you that they came in yellow, green, pink and orange. Has highlighter always been around? Or was I just unaware of it?
I have quite a few highlighters now and my favourites are powder-based, although I am starting to come round to the idea of cream-based highlighters, which is why I went and bought another. The time I added the Revlon PhotoReady Insta-Fix Highlighting Stick in Champagne to my collection.
About the Revlon PhotoReady Insta-Fix Highlighting Stick:
"Illuminate and enhance your best features. The universally flattering shades are perfect for highlighting any skin tone for a soft, luminous look. Apply PhotoReady Insta-Fix™ Highlighting Stick in center of forehead, cheekbones and chin where your skin naturally catches the light. Easy to apply with one swipe for a subtle look or build as desired for a more dramatic 'strobed' finish. Makeup stick allows for perfectly precise application - even on the go!"
The Revlon PhotoReady Insta-Fix Highlighting Stick comes in two different shades, either Champagne (Gold Light) or Starlight (Pink Light). I opted for Champagne which is a gorgeous golden shade which has a bit of a sheen to it which runs throughout. Both shades are created to be universally flattering for all skintones which I definitely agree with. Both Champagne and Starlight are very pretty and I can't imagine them being anything but flattering for everyone.
The highlighter comes housed in an easy-to-use retractable tube with the intention of just swiping the product onto the face without having to use make-up brushes. I apply the highlighting stick in this way, although I do blend it out a little afterwards using with my fingers or with a beauty blender as otherwise you do end up with a harsh strip of gold running across your cheekbones. It blends in incredibly easily and leaves a really gorgeous champagne coloured glow to the face and the cheekbones. For an extra glow I sometimes add the Makeup Revolution Highlighter in Golden Lights on top but it is definitely optional as the Revlon Highlighting Stick in Champagne is definitely all you need!