Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream
MAC Vanilla Pigment
This is how they look on their own, but note that the Eight Hour Cream is actually clear once it's blended in:
Add in a pinch of Vanilla Pigment to the Eight Hour Cream:
Mix the two together with your finger:
Dot a small amount of the mixture onto your cheekbones and down the bridge of your nose with one finger, and use a clean finger to gently tap it into the skin. Do not rub it into your skin - that will just take your foundation off! I like to apply it after foundation but before powder. I then powder around the highlighted areas as to not disturb the peace or get any of the Eight Hour Cream onto my brush.
The end result should look something like this:
Very dewy and natural!
Eight Hour Cream and Vanilla Pigment both work amazingly (Vanilla is definitely a must-have pigment!) as highlighters when used individually as well, but I think the combination of them really creates a simple, fresh highlight that can be as subtle or dramatic as you want by simply applying more or less!
While I've said before that Eight Hour Cream and Aquaphor do virtually the same things, this is one of the things that Aquaphor just can't do because it doesn't have the same sheen that Eight Hour Cream has.
After powder, bronzer, blush, and lipgloss :)
Let me know if any of you guys end up trying this! I'd love to see :)