Colourpop Strobing Kit

I want my highlighter to be visible…from space. The strobing trend has been well-timed with my highlighter overdosing and I love it. ? But I love it….? I got to try out Colourpop’s new Strobing Kit and have a full post and tutorial up on their newly-revamped blog, 1400 West. I’d love for you to check it out.colourpop-kit-box If you aren’t familiar with Colourpop, you’ll love them. They create the most unique, pillowy-soft eye and cheek colors plus lip liners and lipsticks. I’ve talked about them before here and here and oh wait, here too!

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The Strobing Kit contains 2 highlighters, a pearlized blush and 3 Lippie Stix and retails for $39.00. There is also a Strobing II for deeper skin tones. If you’d like to see that more in depth, see Jackie Aina’s video! The chart below shows where I applied the highlights.

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I am also wearing Colourpop’s Plunge and Nillionaire on my eyes as well as the Marmalade Lippie Stix from the Strobing Kit.

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This is the lightest highlighter in the bunch, Fanny Pack. It would be really nice for very fair skin tones that typically find most highlighters too golden or peachy. I also used it to add a brighter spot of dimension atop the more champagne highlighter, Parasol and on the inner corners of my eyes.

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This is the blush shade, Non-Fiction. I absolutely love this rusty peach color. I feel like it looks really natural and it’s gorgeous for fall. I liked it when applied with a duo fiber stippling brush best.

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This is the champagne-toned highlighter, Parasol. I feel like this is the most universal shade. It can be used as eyeshadow as well like I did in my back to school tutorial. To see more of the Lippie Stix, swatches of everything and a tutorial, remember to check out my post on Colourpop’s blog, 1400 West. Carry on, strobers. Carry on.

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