Possibly the only thing of interest to emerge from the 2017 Billboard Awards (aside from 71-year-old Cher’s dazzling appearance, of course) was, quite frankly, Vanessa Hudgens’ highlighting game.
Take a look at those cheekbones:
And now we know just how she did it (or more accurately, had it done). Her shimmering highlight was the work of acclaimed celebrity make-up artist Patrick Ta, who used Iconic London Limited Edition Illuminator In Original to get the ultra-glowy look.
Available in three gleaming shades, the Iconic Illuminator looks very similar in colour and consistency to Benefit’s High Beam and Moon Beam highlighters: think shimmer-flecked liquid designed to make cheekbones, brow bones and cupid’s bow pop.
It can be used on its own or mixed in with your foundation or primer for a more subtle glow.
It-Brit Jourdan Dunn and Jeffree Star are just as obsessed with the Iconic Illuminator, as is Kim Kardashian’s chief make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic and Priscilla Ono, according to Allure.
It can be yours for approx. $52, plus shipping.