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Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Trio Highlighter

ooo la la! Look what I got for Christmas!

It's the Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Trio!

urban decay illuminated trio box
There are 3 gorgeous shades of shimmering powders in this box that can be used on your face and on your body to brighten and highlight the skin with a glowing sparkle. 
urban decay illuminated trio
The light reflecting glitter particles in the silky powders are micro fine so the shimmer left on the skin is gentle. These are not highly pigmented powders. They only leave a hint of color.
urban decay illuminated trio pyrite
A  gold champagne
urban decay illuminated trio oasis
A marbled taupe

urban decay illuminated trio twilight
An iridescent peachy pink

The palette comes with a soft double ended brush that feels good on the skin and it has a nice large mirror.


Here are all three on my skin. Twilight is on my eyelid. Oasis is on my brow bone and pyrite is on my cheek bone.  I love this powder on my eyelids. It really brightens and creates a nice barely there look. Very soft and very sexy!
urban decay illuminated trio on skin
I used the pyrite on my decolletage on New Years Eve. My friend's daughter was enchanted with the sparkle!

This is a limited edition product with special colors so get it while you can! It's almost gone! 

It's gone, but UD has new fabulous highlights to try!


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How to apply a Shimmer Powder

On your Face
Apply a luminating powder to highlight areas of your face where light shining on your face from above would naturally hit, such as, the bridge of the nose and the cheekbones.

Don't apply it all over your face. That would create an unnatural too shiny look. 


On your Body

As with the face, apply to areas that would be highlighted by light shining on the skin. It looks beautiful applied to the shoulders, the chest and swept on the outside of the arms. Feel free to apply the luminating powder to a broader area of skin than you would on the face. It creates the perfect sexy shimmer when you are dressed for an evening out on the town.

Add it to lotion

You can sprinkle some powder into a lotion or oil and apply it to your legs for a subtle all over shimmer.

       Have a Beautiful Day! 
xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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