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23rd of April 2018

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9 ELLE Editor-Approved Highlighters for Every Complexion

Beauty trends come and go, but we'll never not want glowing skin and three-dimensional cheekbones. Get both with "hard-to-eff-it-up" highlighter, a badgal Rihanna pick, and the makeup equivalent of a ring light with ELLE.com's favorite highlighters ahead.

NARS The Multiple Stick in Orgasm

"I feel like you can tell how old I am based on my devotion to this product, but oh well. I've never found a reason to stray from this highlighter/blush staple–it's so easy to apply and absolutely foolproof." — Estelle Tang, Senior Editor

NARS The Multiple Stick in Orgasm, $39; ulta.com

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Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer Highlighter in Color 3

"My highlighter game is mediocre at best, so when I do put it on it's this easy-to-apply, hard-to-eff-up fluid sheer option from Giorgio Armani. As a makeup artist taught me, I apply it on the bridge of my nose and the C-curve of my face and instantly look like I just got back from the beach vacation I so desperately need." — Nikki Ogunnaike, Style Director

Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer Highlighter in Color 3, $40; www.giorgioarmanibeauty-usa.co...

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RMS Living Luminizer

"I can't contour, and I barely know how to apply foundation, but even I haven't found a way to mess up this miracle substance. Tap it on your brow and cheek bones, dab a little above your lips. (Yes, I know it's called a Cupid's bow, but I refuse to accept that that's an anatomical feature.) You're done! The little pot is all natural, lasts for months, and successfully looks more dewy than sweaty. It's a not-too-shimmery dream." — Mattie Kahn, News Editor

RMS Living Luminizer, $38; sephora.com

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Smashbox L.A. Lights in Hollywood & Highlight

"You know how all beauty influencers use that ring light for selfies that garner ten million likes? This stick does the same thing for a true glow up." — Justine Carreon, Market Editor

Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color in Hollywood & Highlight, $29; sephora.com

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Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Lighting Palette

"I'm a glow girl. I like my highlighter to hit and give me a filter-free finish, all year long. But there comes a time when I need to dial it back, and that's where this palette comes in. Hourglass's Ambient Lighting Palette serves subtle illumination; it draws attention to my cheekbones without blinding passersby. It's the perfect reach when I want that no-makeup makeup look; one that screams good skin!" — Angel Lenise, Lead Video Producer

Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Lighting Palette, $62; bergdorfgoodman.com

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Watt's Up! Cream-to-Powder Highlighter by Benefit​​

"I've been using this Benefit highlighter stick for going on six years, and it never fails. It may not be the choice for a wa-bam, my cheekbones can stop traffic shine, but it's the best stick on the market to give your face that extra, natural glow. Plus it's super easy to apply: swipe your T-zones, nose, and Cupid's bow once and lightly dab with your fingers, you're good to go." ― Emily Tannenbaum, Social Media and Entertainment Editor

Watt's Up! Cream-to-Powder Highlighter by Benefit, $30; sephora.com

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RMS Champagne Rosé Luminizer

"While, RMS's original shade of cream highlighter, Living Luminizer is a cult favorite—as Mattie told you—my pick is its cooler cousin, the pink-tinted Champgne Rosé. Aside from the yummy-sounding name, I love the creamy, sheer texture and natural-looking finish. It subtly lights up my face without leaving a trail of blinding glitter or shimmer behind. I apply it on my brow bone, cheek bones, and Cupid's bow—my face feels flat without it." — Kristina Rodulfo, Senior Beauty Editor

RMS Champagne Rosé Luminizer, $38; sephora.com

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Glossier Haloscope in Topaz

"This highlighter is perfection. The amber-colored halo highlights my natural color, taking it to a warmer place. It has just the right amount of sheer shimmer, thanks to crystal extracts, and the center of the stick's oil based moisturizer only enhances the dewy gleam, leaving you to feel like the gem that you are." — Mariel Tyler, Photo Editor

Glossier Haloscope, $22; glossier.com

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Fenty Beauty Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick

"The easiest highlighter I've ever used. The stick gently glides onto my face and easily blends with a brush or my fingers. Plus, Fenty beauty provides helpful videos that tell me exactly where to put my highlight —along the tops of cheekbones, down my nose, and above the Cupid's bow. RiRi taught me right." — Chloe Hall, Writer and Producer

Fenty Beauty Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick, $25; sephora.com

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