5 Products To Help You Achieve That Holographic Glow

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April 18, 2017 | BY AFP

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Now that warmer days are on the horizon, it is time to cast your mind back to the spring/summer 2017 ready-to-wear shows, and, more importantly the beauty looks that stormed the catwalks. One of the key looks from the season was a touch of holographic shimmer, and luckily for us, it's still bang on trend.

The catwalk was awash with gleaming complexions, with a particular focus on the cheeks and the lips. The natural look is always popular in New York, and this season saw multiple designers updating the conservative approach with a hint of gloss. 


kylighter_banan.ca002150418.original.jpgKylie Jenner's lustrous new Kylie Cosmetics 'Kylighters'


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NARS Hot Sand Illuminator is the liquid highlighter to have


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For the perfect strobing effect, try Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector


liquid_strobe_a.81b38150731.original.jpgThe latest invention from Milk Makeup, nicknamed 'Strobe Pens'


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High shine made for a simple but striking statement at Oday Shakar and Nicholas K, as well as at Christopher Kane in London, where strobing and highlighting served as the basis for a wet-look makeup concept that fit in perfectly with their urban brand identities. Meanwhile, Fendi covered its models' pouts in full-on reflective glitter lipsticka look that was later seen at Maison Margiela. Acne debuted a holographic lip that shimmered between violet, blue and silver tones, while Fenty x Puma also opted for a little iridescent beige-pink action.

(Related: 5 Fresh-Faced Spring Beauty Trends To Try)

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