Magic Luminizer highlights the beautiful and unique shape of your face. It’s not like other makeup that’s designed to hide flaws—concealer to cover blemishes, mascara to disguise wimpy lashes. Your cheekbones, the curve of your nose, the pout of your lips…all these can be enhanced with this organic luminizer.
RMS Luminizer creates a gorgeous “lit-from-within” glow. It’s easy to apply—no special brush required! And if you’re over 30, you’ll love it even more. Highlighting your face like an Instagram model can look pretty ridiculous in everyday life. Subtlety and balance is what matters, and those ideals can be reached with the RMS Magic Luminizer.
Here’s what the Magic Luminizer is like:
- It’s a soft yet solid cream in a little glass pot.
- It gives a sheer dewy glow that can be built up into a high-intensity look.
- Not sticky. Not glittery. Not greasy.
- It’s a warm-toned highlighter, not overly silvery. This means it works for warm skin tones and light to medium-dark skin.
- The ingredients are so pure you could eat it. (But don’t)
How to Use
You don’t have to be a makeup pro to master the RMS Luminizer technique. You can use your finger or a kabuki brush.
Apply it over the cheekbones, down the bridge of the nose, along the inner corners of the eyes, and on the cupid’s bow above the lips.
But don’t apply it on top of powdered skin. It might look patchy.
But RMS makes other similar products?
The incredible brand behind Magic Luminizer also makes four other luminizer-type products. I’ve written about the original one here. But the reason I now prefer the Magic Luminizer to the other RMS Luminizers is because of the way it enhances my medium-light olive skin. The Magic Luminizer is warmer and slightly more peachy, reminiscent of champagne.
When RMS came out with their original luminizer-in-a-pot, it became an instant classic. The Living Luminizer had this translucent pearl glow that enhanced skin like nothing else, slightly icy and silvery. But the Magic Luminizer provides a slightly warmer glow with extremely subtle neutral and pink undertones.
The pink and gold undertones of the Magic Luminizer will likely work better for warmer skin tones than the Living Luminizer. But be aware, the texture is somewhat drier and more solid than the Living Luminizer, which actually makes it wear a little bit longer, IMHO.
Inside the Ingredients
RMS is famous for two things: gorgeous makeup and stellar ingredients. Seriously—there’s no other major makeup brand around that makes makeup so pure that you could practically eat it (although, at these prices, save it for your face).
The full ingredients for the Magic Luminizer are: organic coconut oil, mica, organic beeswax, organic jojoba seed oil, organic cocoa seed butter, organic castor seed oil, non-GMO tocopherol, organic sunflower seed oil, organic rosemary leaf extract, silica, titanium dioxide, and iron oxides.
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Organic coconut oil is the signature ingredient of their makeup line. They even sell their cold-pressed, unrefined coconut oil by the jar. But don’t be fooled—it may be an ingredient that you have sitting in your kitchen pantry, but this is no DIY/homespun product. RMS products are expertly and elegantly formulated.
RMS Magic Luminizer doesn’t feel heavy or greasy on the skin and actually provides skincare benefits (hello antioxidants!).
Where to Purchase
The Magic Luminizer is $38 for a 0.2 oz pot. You can find it at one of my all-time favorite green beauty destinations, Credo Beauty, here.
A little goes a long way. I’ve been using it daily for a couple of months and I’ve hardly made a dent in it!
*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.