Nip And Fab Liquid Gold Highlighters

I recently bought myself some Nip and Fab liquid gold highlighters and I love them. These were part of the Pro MUA Haul Luxe Gold edition which was a bargain

The first liquid highlighter I used was the Iconic London one when they were launched. I haven’t looked back as I find them so versatile and I am loving the glow up look

I don’t own anywhere near as much Nip and Fab make up as I should or would like to, so treated myself recently

These nip and fab liquid gold highlighters deserve a closer look. I only bought these 3 from the collection but there are a few others as well

 

text image which reads nip and fab liquid gold highlighters

 

To start with they are an absolute bargain at only £12.95 each and they are 15ml bottles

The bottles have little pipette applicators, which aren’t the best at picking up the product but a little goes a long way

Ice Queen 

a bottle of the nip and fab ice queen highlighter sitting on a hexagonal mirrored tray

Ice Queen is the lightest tone of the 3 colours. Is probably more suited for fair and light skin tones

Is a pearlescent icy look quite intense on the cheek bone as a high light. I have also used it as a primer under my foundation and the ice white is dulled down which for me personally this is what I would use this colour for than highlighting

24 Carat

24 carat shade liquid highlighter sitting on top of a glass and gold case with a gold heart object in the back ground

The 24 carat contains pieces that sparkle. This is very much a warmer high lighter colour and would look fab on all skin tones

This for me isn’t an everyday high light more when you want that exceptional glow

More a pot for everyone and it’s silky smooth texture is lovely to apply. Once again a little really does go a long way with this colour

Deep Gold

the deep gold colour liquid high lighter on a dimpled rose gold tray

My favourite of the 3 that I got was deep gold. Very much more a metallic molten liquid than sparkle

A very summery golden bronze colour which works really well as a primer too. I have used it as an eyeshadow which looked really good and blends well with a base

3 highlighter swatches on my arm, bronze, gold and silver

These are the 3 colours swatched on my arm

All 3 are very welcome make up editions. I see them being used more so for glamorous occasions and events as they are high shine rather than day to day

Shop the Nip and Fab range here, and keep your eye out for their amazing sales

 

3 bottles of nip and fab liquid gold highlighter with text underneath which reads nip and fab liquid gold highlighter

1 Comment

  1. Fiona jk42
    September 26, 2020 / 9:31 pm

    The colours look nice but I’m not sure the pipette is the best way to use these.

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