Benefit ‘Dandelion Twinkle’ Highlighter – Review, Swatches, and Look

A visit from the makeup fairy ended with me becoming the proud owner of a little treasure box.

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Meet the Benefit ‘Dandelion Twinkle’ highlighter.

Sweep this superfine strobing & highlighting powder along cheekbones, or apply delicately all over face for a soft, luminous sheen.

 

‘Dandelion Twinkle’ features a mirror, a brush, and 3 g of product (compared to a BECCA highlighter, which is 7 g).

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At first swatch the shade seemed similar to my pink highlighters, but upon closer inspection, it leaned a bit more peachy.

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The way that this highlighter felt on my cheeks was similar to how the Burberry Fresh Glow Highlighters felt – finely milled, comfortable and not chalky, and gave off a beautiful “melted into the skin” glow.

I divide my highlighters into three categories; subtle, everyday, and blinding.  I would put ‘Dandelion Twinkle’ into the middle category.

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