Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish and Highlighting Perfector
As soon as I heard the Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish and Highlighting Perfector was coming out I was very excited as their makeup products are right at the top of my list and I wanted to see if they were anything like the YSL Touche Eclat pens especially as its almost R200 cheaper retailing at R245.
There are 5 shades available from 2 – 6 going from light to dark. They promise to be a multi tasking beauty tool that instantly corrects, highlights and illuminates the skin. The moisturising formula brings tired eyes out from the shadows, minimising the appearance of fine lines and dark circles. This pen helps conceal imperfections, accent brow bones and cheekbones and adds a touch of radiance to the skin.
They are definite pick me ups, as yesterday I looked exhausted all day. I came home and refreshed my foundation before going out and as you can see below I applied the pen under my eyes, along the brow bone, on my smile lines and around my mouth where I felt I need highlighting and concealing. (I already did the other side).
I then took my foundation brush and blended in as well as using fingers to leave my skin looking pretty flawless and beautifully highlighted. I actually don’t look tired and my fine lines that were visible in the day have been concealed. The product is very easy to blend and melts into skin so a big thumbs up for me especially as its such a great price in comparison the the YSL Touche Eclat. You can apply with absolute precision to the areas where you need, I didn’t apply to cheek bones as I had another highlighter on but that is another area where you can use the pen.
I love the Eizabeth Arden Flawless Finish and Highlighting Perfector packaging it comes in a beautiful gold pen which has a click to dispense the product so there is no wastage and makes it easy to apply. You can pop in your hand bag and apply when you feel you need a glow to your face. They are defintely staying in my kit but of course one will be in my pesonal stash. To find a store that stocks the pens in SA click here.