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It’s Taco Tuesday! Are you glad Monday has come and gone? Me too, it was definitely a Monday! When I let you guys know about UD’s new Naked Highlights the other day, there was a comment about us being bombarded with highlights left and right, and it’s true, we are, but I can’t help it, I love them all! And to add to the collection is this new Glow Kit by Nicole Guerriero with Anastasia Beverly Hills!

Have you heard of Nicole? No, let me introduce you really quick: she’s a beauty and lifestyle vlogger who’s got a pretty big following, has won Ryan Secrest’s Best Beauty Guru 2013, and does pretty awesome makeup! Her Youtube channel is full of a great makeup tutorials

Her Instagram is just as good too!

Kinda.

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Wearing "Glo Getter" on my cheeks & "Daydream" on my lids from my @anastasiabeverlyhills #nicoleglow palette. 💦

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So of course it was only time that she would be approached to create a palette and who else would be great to create a palette with, of course Anastasia Beverly Hills!

Get a smooth, even glow that lasts with the Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit. Each highlighter has an ultra-fine formula that won’t leave behind shimmer particles. Just layer these shades together or wear them separately on your face, eyes, and body. For even more glow, apply them with a damp makeup brush.

The shades are:
Kitty Kat – pink with a platinum shimmer
Daydream – coral with white gold shimmer
Forever Young – pink pearl with silver shimmer
Forever Lit – platinum with lavender shimmer
Glo Getter – champagne with rose shimmer
143 – rose gold with bronze shimmer

The palette will cost you $40.00 and it is available now at Anastasia Beverly Hills as well as Sephora and at some selected Ulta stores.

What do you guys think? Do you really feel like the market is being over saturated with different types of highlighters? Would you even consider this one? I like this one because of the range of shade colors, they’re, in my opinion, a lot easier to work with for people of different skin tones which would flatter them rather than some of the palettes out there that only cater to certain skin tones.

xoxo
Lola

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