I'm a makeup and beauty enthusiast, but I'm also a cynic. I like to think that I'm smarter than the masses following trends and that I can't be swayed by marketing campaigns selling recycled looks and techniques. But I just couldn't help myself when I came across the Milk Makeup Holographic stick.
I've mentioned before how much I adore Milk Makeup's natural skin/bold everything else aesthetic, and this product is no exception. Below is a quick tutorial featuring the Holographic Stick in Supernova, along with four other products. I don't use any brushes and all of the products beside the mascara are vegan.
Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint in Deep | $28 | 1 fl oz | Vegan
Lightweight complexion product great for sheer coverage and no makeup makeup days. I like to apply this straight from the bottle and blend it in with my fingers or a Beauty Blender.
Chantecaille Radiance Gel Bronzer | $42 | 0.67 fl oz | Vegan
Warm-toned liquid gel bronzer with a soft radiance and a natural satin finish. Expensive but totally worth it.
Milk Makeup Holographic Stick in Supernova | $28 | 1 oz | Vegan
An iridescent lavender highlighter in a solid cream format. Great way to add some drama to an otherwise unassuming makeup look.
RMS Beauty Volumizing Mascara | $28 | 0.23 fl oz | Natural Beauty
More defining/lengthening than volumizing, but super black and elegant nonetheless.
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar in Lydia | $17 | 0.14 | Vegan
This is described as a "darkroom plum" on the website, but on my dark tan skin tone this is cool-toned dusty pink.