Topshop Can't Keep This Highlighter for Glowing Skin in Stock
Here at Byrdie HQ, we're always excited to discover new and niche beauty products so we can tell you all about them. But on the flip side, we also love knowing about the big hitters. What are the best red lipsticks, for example? Or the most popular concealers? What we're saying is if a product is super in demand and always a sellout, then we want, nay have to know about it. Although it's always great to be ahead of the curve, if a product works, then it works. And if it just so happens to come from one of the biggest high-street stores, even better.
According to our sources, this one product from Topshop Beauty constantly sells out, and the moment it's restocked, it goes in seconds. The shop sells so much of the stuff in a year that it's enough to fill a London cab; it weighs the same as a baby elephant; and if that year's supply of product was stacked up, it would be four times taller than the Shard. The emoji you're looking for is shocked ghost face. So what is it we're talking about? Keep scrolling to shop the biggest Topshop beauty product that you need in your life.
Topshop Glow Pot in Fascinate (£10)
If you don't already know about this little pot of glowing joy, allow us to introduce to you the Topshop Glow Pot. The cream highlighter is a gorgeous way to give yourself beautiful skin, particularly when you're having one of those dull, lifeless complexion days. Not only does it go on really easily, but it's also not glittery. Rather, it imparts a sophisticated lit-from-within sheen to the skin.
Ideally, you want to wear this accompanied with a tan, but it's totally fine if you also want a bit of a glow on fresh skin and can't be bothered to apply foundation. If you're feeling brave, try dabbing a little on your philtrum (the grooves above your upper lip) for a just-got-out-of-the-gym look. Yes, the idea is to look like you're perspiring, but in that healthy glow kinda way.
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