WHAT IT ISGivenchy has captured its mystical brilliance in Teint Couture Radiant Drop highlighters. A pearly softness like a candlelight glow that imparts a youthful dewy radiance in seconds, yet lasts all day. Imagine a completely wearable shimmer that's delivered in such tiny particles, they float on the skin, never sinking to the bottom of fine lines or creases. It's as though your skin is draped in a luminous veil, a fairytale-wand filter that adds just the perfect amount of light in the arches and curves of your face. These 2-in-1 drops are available in two ultra-feminine, sensuously glistening shades-a cooler, whisper of a baby pink and a warm bubbly champagne gold-illuminate every skin tone. 0.5 oz. Made in France. WHAT IT DOESIt puts the power of a gorgeous glow at your fingertips, thanks to its cushion-soft, creamy, buildable color that creates a glowing complexion. Enriched in fine mother-of pearl, this formula captures, diffuses and intensifies the light for a radiant complexion. Everything you need for an instant filter effect is in this chic little metallic bottle: the clever dual-use pipette precisely delivers the desired amount of product, while its brush tip enables targeted application. HOW TO USEAdd a few drops of the liquid dew into your moisturizer or foundation for an allover lit-from-within effect, or go for a more strategic, strobe-like effect to play up the curves and valleys of your face. For a fresh, natural, allover dewiness, blend a few drops together with a little day cream or foundation in the palm of your hand. Then apply all over the face with fingers or a brush. For a targeted dewy effect, apply where the face typically catches the light. Using the brush integrated into the pipette, place a touch of highlighter on the rounded areas of the face to sculpt their contours. Apply to the top of the cheekbones, the cupid's bow, under the brow, and the bridge of the nose. ABOUT THE BRANDA pioneer of 20th-century fashion, Hubert de Givenchy's namesake collection of architectural pieces redefined the dress codes of the era. Since its debut in 1952, the French house has remained at the forefront of craftsmanship and tailoring in its ready-to-wear and couture. Today, under Creative Director Matthew Williams, the brand's offering now includes beauty, and a decidedly modern spin on separates, suiting, shoes and handbags.
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