December 20, 2016

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquids and Powders for Spring 2017

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And you thought highlighter was dying out for Spring 2017? Think again! The new Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid and Make Up For Ever Lit Powder proves all your Spring 2017 Makeup and Beauty Predictions wrong. Or at least mine! I thought at some point we’d see highlighters phase out a little bit for Spring 2017 but so far, they are coming at us full force! Look at Stila Spring 2017, there are three new cushion highlighters to choose from! Not to mention the new Kat Von D Alchemy Alchemist Holographic Palette! And I see a good deal of other brands releasing more highlighters.

So yeah, that highlighting trend isn’t quite over yet and these new Star Lit Liquids and Powders are testimony to that.

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid $24
A sparkling, light-reflective water-base liquid highlighter that can be used on cheeks as well as eyes to create an ethereal glow.



  • Arctic White
  • Pink Beige
  • Silver Dust
  • Gold Champagne
  • Golden Peach

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Powder $21
A silky and fine shimmering powder that can be used to highlight eyes, lips, and even cheeks. Contains pure Mother of Pearl that adds light-catching color and sparkle to your finished look!



  • Frozen Gold
  • Frozen Purple
  • Copper
  • Ivory
  • Golden Pink
  • Ultramarine
  • Gunmetal
  • Anthracite Black

I’m not much of a highlighter girl but those Star Lit Liquids look incredible!

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquids and Powders for Spring 2017 are available now at

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  • Susan

    I tried a light silvery pink liquid highlighter once, from a Korean company that I can’t recall. It was NOT a good look on my older skin. I looked like a unicorn sneezed on me. On younger skin I think it can be very pretty.

  • Krutika

    i actually saw these in the Makeupforever store today.. the powder pots are REALLY tiny and the liquid shimmers are quite chunky.. you can’t even compare them to the Cover fx drops! Those are so much more smoother if you want that kind of highlight.

  • Anna Jendrzejczak

    I saw that the new trend is now contouring with highlighters. I am curious how this will look in person on real people.

  • Kim

    i understood these as eye products, that is the only way I could see myself using them.