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This season is all about highlighting and illuminating, and the new Jelly Beam Illuminator by Farsali is versatile tool every girl needs in her makeup bag. 
 
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The Jelly Beam Illuminator is available starting November 1st this year and is guaranteed to make you glow, however, you use it.

What makes this new illuminator stand out from the crowd is its versatile uses. It’s a jelly highlighter that goes on as jelly and sets like powder to give you a non-slip look. It’s also made of high-concentrated pigment to provide you with the coverage you desire.

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As a traditional highlighter, you can apply it to high points on your cheeks with your finger or with a brush and blend it in with patting motions. And because it sets like powder, you don’t have to worry about it slipping, but you will enjoy a wet, satiny look.

 
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A little goes a long way when you’re looking for a luminous look. Mix only a pea-sized amount of Jelly Beam with your liquid foundation and apply it to your face for a glowing look that brightens your face. If you don’t want to use foundation for the day but still desire a subtle glow, you can add a small pea-sized amount to a light facial moisturizer. Rub the moisturizer and Jelly beam in your hands and gently apply it to your face to get the look.

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Your face is not the only face you can use the Jelly Beam, though applying some to the corners of the eyes gives you a subtle, candlelit look. If you want to sparkle throughout, add a little amount to your body moisturizer and apply it to your body. Shoulders and collarbones look lovely with a multi-dimensional shine.

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You can use the Farsali Jelly Beam Illuminator is many different ways and layer it as you desire. It’s also true to color and gorgeous on all skin tones. With the holiday season just around the corner, Jelly Beam is available on November 1st, and in time for all the holiday parties, you’ll have planned this year.


 

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