A multi-purpose skin illuminator and highlighter infused with radiance-boosting complexes to hydrate, brighten and perfect all skin tones in one step.Part illuminator, part skincare treatment, the Dani Glowing Skin Perfector is a multipurpose cream that diffuses the look of fine lines and imperfections, leaving a radiant, dewy finish. Infused with Asian botanicals, it helps firm the look of dull skin and blur the appearance of pores and wrinkles for a smoother, visibly lifted effect. Micro-fine, light-catching minerals enhance your skin's natural radiance, leaving a natural-looking glow. The result is incredible skin luminosity for a flawless, "no-makeup" finish. Customize your glow:For a sheer, dewy highlight, sweep a small amount down the bridge of the nose and across the cheekbones to accentuate your features. For an all-over glow, mix with your favorite moisturizer or foundation to create a flawless, radiant complexion.How to Use
After applying The Method: Nourish and Sheer Fluid Sun Shield SPF 30 (both sold separately), apply a pea-sized amount over the face, neck and décolletéto illuminate the skin and diffuse the look of imperfections
Can be used as a highlighter on the contours of the face or followed with makeup as preferred
May also be blended with foundation to add a natual-looking, dewy glow to the complexion
1.0 fl oz.
Posted on 4/19/2018
Used for 5 month. Did not see any improvements. No results at all.
Posted on 2/14/2018
Been using this faithfully twice a day for about a month or so, but I do not see any results. I know I am supposed to give it at least 5 weeks before judging, so we will see.
Posted on 7/9/2017
This illuminator does nothing more than your standard liquid highlight, yet the price is outrageous. While it is gorgeous, it is just not unique enough to justify spending almost $100 on for 1 oz of product. If you want a cheaper option, look into Becca, Burberry, or Charlotte Tilbury.
Posted on 6/13/2017
I love seeing skincare companies come out with makeup products, and Dani is beautiful -- just not unique enough of a shade (champagne) for the hefty price tag. There might be skincare infused in it, but in the end, it is a makeup product after all.