Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter

October 23, 2017 | Beauty, Makeup Revolution | 12 Comments »

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Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter

Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter

Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter


I first saw the Ghost Lights highlighter on Facebook sometime last month. I immediately ran out to Ulta to track it down. I had heard of Makeup Revolution before, but nothing about the brand really jumped out at me. Well, let me tell you, that has changed! Aside from this highlighter I purchased quite a few items from the brand. So be on the lookout for more budget friendly makeup reviews!

Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter

Obviously the skull is what caught my attention. There’s nothing special about the packaging, but I thought the skull was cool and would be fun for Halloween. It was also pretty fun to photograph. Ghost Lights is a baked highlighter. It’s pearly white with a soft pink shift. I found it to be surprisingly wearable. And not just for Halloween either! While I opted for a more subtle highlight, you can just as easily build this up for a more intense glow.

I think this is a really cute highlighter. I wish more brands did fun products like this for Halloween. You can see Ghost Lights in action below!

Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter

Did you purchase any fun Halloween themed makeup products? Are you dressing up this year?


Product: Makeup Revolution Ghost Lights Highlighter
Price: $6.00


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