Model and accessories designer, Olay Noel, hit us with some serious beauty inspo! If you already didn’t see the need of adding the Fenty Beauty Killawatt in Trophy Wife to your makeup collection; this look should seriously give you a “golden” opportunity to change your mind!
Beauty Inspo: Fenty Beauty Killawatt in Trophy Wife Rocked by Olay Noel
Trophy Wife is an intense pigment that is multi-functional. For instance, we love all of the numerous ways Noel used her Killawatt product in her overall makeup look. We note:
- As an eyebrow highlight.
- An eyeshadow tone for her lids.
- Used in the corner of her inner eye areas in order to help eyes appear more “awake.”
- A highlight for her cheekbones, showcasing their exquisite structure.
- Slight glittering effect within her lip color.
- And perhaps our favorite… as a body glitter. Trophy Wife was lightly dusted along her neck, collarbone and décolletage to slightly enhance and emphasize.
As one can see, the right product can be used in many ways. Thus saving, you space in your beauty case as well as money. Regarding their Highlighter Fenty Beautys says you can, “Light up where you want, when you want. Unlike your everyday highlighter, Killawatt keeps skin lit beyond sundown with its weightless longwear formula. A cream-powder hybrid that instantly melts into skin and blends with almost zero effort.”
Sounds like a win to us. So then, stop sleeping on this amazing highlighter. We have used this product and highly recommend it for all skin tones. Plus, with one swipe you literally experience a gorgeous bold color finish! Yes, it is THAT pigmented. Therefore, get yours at www.fentybeauty.com; each one retails for $34.
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