For this review I'm going to be doing a review on three different highlighters. Now I know you may be thinking highlighters?! As in markers?! No. I'm talking about makeup. Highlighters are a cosmetic tool/product used to emphasize parts of the face and make them appear like your skin is just naturally glowing from within. The three highlighters I'm going to be doing a review on are ones that aren't brand new, they've been around for awhile now actually. They are oldies, but goodies in my opinion. I feel like they were almost forgotten about with all these new highlighters coming out constantly, but that's why I'm reviewing them to bring them back and remind people of how great they were and how they're still better than most of these new highlighters that are coming out. The first one is for light to medium skin-tones, the brand is NARS, and it's called Albatross. This product is made with transparent pigments which is really cool because that makes the product avoid looking to heavy or cakey on the skin. This works for light to medium skin tones because it comes of white enough for fairer skin tones like the highlighter looks like it just white at first but it has a gold highlight under tone in it which helps compliment warmers skin tones. It retails for $30.00 and you can buy it at: narscosmetics.com or you can call and see if your local stores like Sephora, Macy's, or Nordstrom carries it in stores, and most of them do! For the second highlighter that I'm reviewing is called Global Glow and it is by the brand M.A.C cosmetics. It is more of a neutral tan color with a silver sheen, so that's why I recommend this one for tan-deep skin tones. Since it does have that tan color and yellow undertone it would that look good on a person with fair skin tone because too much yellow can make someone fair skin look or appear sick. This product retails for $33.00 and you can buy it at you local M.A.C store, counter, or on maccosmetics.com. The thing I also love about M.A.C products is that there very long lasting. That's why the last highlighter i'm going to review is also by the brand M.A.C and it is called soft & gentle. If you are into makeup you may have heard of this one before it was very popular and raved about for a while. I would recommend this for light to tan skin tones, but it really is pretty universally flattering on everyone I've tried. It is a peachy bronze color so that's why I think it works really well on everyone. This highlighter is still my go to highlighter I love it and I'm not sure when I will-if ever- find anything to replace it. It retails also for $33.00 and you can also find it at you local M.A.C store, counter, or on maccosmetics.com. So that concludes my review on all these products I hope people remember how great they were and go and try them out again! and just as a friendly tip on where you should use your highlighter, you can use it on your: inner tear duct, brow bone, bridge of your nose, chin, cheeks, and cupid's bow (upper lip). Remember if you to have a heavy glam look like a “Kardashian” or something and really just want to beat your face, then you want to be gleaming to the makeup goddesses, so highlight your cheekbones till they look like they are reflective gear for bikers on the side of your face! (I apologize if you don’t know makeup talk and the last sentences did not make sense haha).