Illuminate your Autumn!

Posted: Oct 03 2017

If you—like us—are obsessed with the RMS Beauty Living Luminizer, you’re not alone. Originally launched in 2009 , adored by makeup artists, celebrities, and beauty editors alike, it easily earned cult classic status for marrying a perfectly creamy consistency with a perfectly pearly, glow-enhancing hue. Living Luminizer is the product responsible for all those dew J. Crew complexions. 

 

Magic Luminizer,  like its predecessor has a mega-hydrating formula and is loaded with organic coconut oil and melts seamlessly into skin. It’s the shade—a warm champagne with a hint of peach—that’s different. While the opalescent pearl colour of the Living Luminizer is definitely flattering on a wide array of skin tones, this new hue is especially choice for anyone with warmer undertones or particularly dark skin, who may have found the original a bit too white for their complexion. The shimmer factor is also amped up since this colour veers more toward opaque than sheer. "I wanted to take it to the next step and enter into the high-impact highlighter arena but without the chemical base that we see everywhere in traditional makeup," explains founder Rose-Marie Swift . "This is the Living Luminizer but to the extreme. It has a seductive, moonlit, champagne opalescence that highlights and brightens the skin with a warmer glow."

Magic Mixer, like the brand’s cult highlighter, the Living Luminizer , it has the magical effect of making you look well-rested by drawing light away from the shadowy, tired areas of your face, bathing your skin in a soft J.Lo-like glow.

Neither shimmery nor glittery, with no vivid chunks of sparkle, this luminizer has a rose-gold tone that makes you look slightly sun-kissed. Creator Rose-Marie Swift designed it to let you play beauty DJ — mix it with other products to create unique luminizers of your own. Try it with a blush and or a lipstick, and both instantly became sheer, glow-y washes of colour. Patted in a C shape around the outer corners of your eyes and above your cheekbones, it’s magic.