If you're after a budget highlighter that doesn't lack quality or pigmentation then the Sleek Solstice Palette is everything you need. This versatile palette can be used to brighten up the inner corner of your eyes, to define cheekbones or can be swept across the décolletage to add a sheen to the skin. This quad has an array of cream and powder formulas which all adds a lit-from-within glow and for under £10 this palette really is a steal.
Up next is the Nars Copacabana Illuminator, a pearlescent highlighter that is a must have if you are lusting after dewy skin and wants to add a subtle sheen. The creamy formula blends effortlessly and has a soft, complexion-enhancing finish which compliments and adds emphasis on my contour. This multi purpose product can be mixed in with your foundation or it can be layered on to add radiance to the bridge of your nose, brow bone and across your cheekbones.
As you may already have guessed, the Becca Champagne Pop Highlighter was bound to feature in this line up. This finely milled, golden shimmer adds a dreamy glow to the skin with a light sweep of a brush. If your skin is looking dull or is in need of a pick me up, then this is the one for you. I apply this liberally all over, but I choose to concentrate on my cheeks as I find that this sculpts and enhances perfectly.
The one brand that seems to do no wrong when it comes to cheek products is theBalm and the Mary Lou Manizer is no exception. This honey-hued highlighter sculpts and adds a refined glow to the cheekbones. Now, this isn't for the faint hearted, but it's definitely one that I reach for when I want to pack some serious punch.
What is your go-to highlighter?