MeMeMe beat the blues highlighters- reviewed

Hey guys, i’ve got a cheeky extra post for you today as I wanted to get this review up before I go into full on Christmas mode!

I wanted to share with you the liquid highlighters from the brand MeMeMe, a brand which I had never tried anything from until very recently. I love a bit of glow so this product was very appealing to me, and I also wanted to try out if these are a possible dupe of the very well known Benefit high beam highlighter.

There are two shades available; pearl pink and oyster gold. My personal favourite is oyster gold as it really complements my olive complexion, but the pink shade would definitely be best for pale skin.

These are really easy to apply, you just dot a small amount onto the high points of the face and blend. I think these work best when blended with a makeup sponge but do work well with fingers too. I find that liquid highlighters usually give a more natural, glowing finish and these are no exception! They are full of light reflecting particles to add a radiance to the skin which I really like.

You could also mix a small amount of this liquid highlighter into your foundation for an all over glow, but I prefer to concentrate it on certain areas such as my cheekbones and browbone.

At £7-25 each they’re a much more affordable version of Benefit High Beam (which I also do own!) and I think they have a very similar effect so I definitely recommend these if you want to try out a liquid highlighter but don’t want to spend loads.

I can definitely see why this is the brand’s best selling product and i’m looking forward to using them more!

Jess x

this post contains PR samples 


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