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How To ApplyUse the kabuki polisher to buff magic luminizer into the skin for a natural but high-impact look
ROSE-MARIE’S TOP TIP
"Applying Magic Luminizer using the Kabuki Polisher really buffs it into the skin, so it looks natural but with added highlight and drama. This achieves that 'Instagram strobing' effect, but with a subtle, radiant sophistication."
the brush is really easy to use and to put the product evenly, and work well with the magic luminizer!
I have fair and normal to dry skin. I preferred the magic luminizer to the translucent luminizer because it has a little more color and umph, and doubles well for a below the brow highlighter. The soft, yet stiff brush in this bundle really does help to blend the luminizer in with your RMS lip2cheek or buruti bronzer, after applying with fingers. Thumbs up. Only complaint is that the brush on its own is over priced.
All rms products are so beyond amazing. This one is no exception.
I've tried all the luminizers and this one is my favourite because of the soft, sunrise-lit tone. It blends beautifully and stays on all day.
I LOVE the Master Mixer and have used it devotedly for years. I purchased this bundle thinking the addition of the brush and an even more gleaming shade with improve on what I thought was perfection, but it just does not work for me. The consistency of the product is so much thicker for some reason than Master Mixer, and the shade coupled with the thickness looks rather obvious and tragic, as opposed to luminous. I tried the brush with Master Mixer and while it was definitely better than Magic Illuminator, I still prefer the ethereal look application with fingers provides, because it has the benefit of warming the product which makes it melt into skin, whereas with the brush it sits on top and looks far less like it comes from within.