DIY Lancome Rose Blush Highlighter

Hi everyone,

I told you I got a lot of ideas for DIYs, this one was inspired by YouTube. I love watching fellow beauty gurus on YouTube review new products and test viral products. This product went viral and after watching the videos about this product, I understand why.

For those of you who don’t know what this product is, it’s a blush highlight, which means it’s a highlighter but it has a pinkish pigment which can give you a blush look, and it’s known for the pink rose in the center. When I first saw this product, I immediately assumed the rose was the product, and kept thinking ‘wow this product is too pretty to use!” Well I thought wrong…

This product has highlight formula on the flower petals and from the weight of the product it definitely doesn’t have a lot of it. The price is also $60, I got this idea from YouTuber Nicole Skyes who I love watching, her video will be below if you guys want to check her channel out.

In this DIY you will be learning how to make your own, inexpensive rose highlighter.

Materials:

  • 1 Bowl to put the finished product in, it can be any size and any color.
  • 1 fake rose or flower, you can get this at any craft store (even the dollar store!)
  • Makeup setting spray (can be any brand you want)
  • Inexpensive highlighter(s)
  • 1 paint brush, any size
  • 1 bowl to hold the product in while you prepare the rose
  1. First you’re going to take a fork or knife and scrape out the highlight product out of its original container and into a bowl. You can use how ever many highlighters that you want.
  2. Put the flower into the bowl for the finished product, you can hot glue it if you want or you can just place the flower in depending on the size of the flower and bowl.
  3. Next you’re going to take your flower and spray each petal with makeup setting spray, this will keep the highlight product onto the petals.
  4. Take your paint brush and dip it into the bowl of highlight and start to paint it on to the petal you just coated in setting spray.
  5. Repeat steps 2-3 until the entire flower is coated in setting spray and highlight.
  6. Try it out for yourself!

I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial, it is very simple and also very genius. I’m sure you guys can make a bunch of these using different powder products, of course use the inexpensive makeup so you’re not destroying name brand products. Also, it is great to save the empty containers of product for another DIY so you don’t have to go out and buy a small product when you can just re-use and recycle!

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