L’Oreal Paris Glow Mon Amour Highlighting Drops: Review

Hi, lovelies! I’m back. Life has been crazy recently, so I am sorry for the lack of posts but don’t worry, you will have many new posts coming your way. If you saw my latest post, you will know that I accidentally spent too much money on a L’Oreal haul… oops. I thought it would only be right to give you the low down on some of the products. Are they worth your dollar?! One of my favourite products is the L’Oreal  Paris Glow Mon Amour highlighting drops. You’ve probably seen these drops being advertised by Elle Fanning, so keeping reading to get the goss on why I love them so much.

L'Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

L’Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

The Packaging:

So the packaging of the Glow Mon Amour drops is pretty much like any other liquid highlighter. What I do love is that it is rose gold. If you saw my makeup storage post, you’ll know I love me some rose gold. It is a glass bottle and so it feels really heavy and high quality which I love. It is clear glass so you can see the colour of the drops (handy because there are a couple of different shades). I like this touch, as the actual colour of the highlighter is stunning and looks amazing in the sunlight. Obviously, these are highlighting drops and so it has a pipette-like dropper (sorry the Scientist in me is coming out). I like that because you can control how much you use at once and so can minimise wastage, but it can be a little messy. Or a lot messy if you’re anything like me! Overall it’s nice packaging and is good quality for only £9.99!

L'Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

L’Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

The Glow Mon Amour Drops: Claims:

My thoughts:

Although these drops come in two shades, I decided to go with the gorgeous pearly Champagne shade. As you can see from the picture below, it’s absolutely stunning! Luckily when I bought this highlighter I was pale as hell and have since gotten a tan in this lovely sunshine we’ve been having. So I can definitely say that this highlighter can work for lots of skin tones. Usually, I don’t really use liquid highlighters as they just seem like a lot of effort. This one has won me over! I have tried it both mixed in with my foundation, and also on top of my cheekbones, cupid bow and underneath my brows. It looks great both ways! It blends beautifully I definitely agree that you can customise it to get your perfect glow. I love wearing it on a no-makeup, makeup day as well as packing it on to get my glow going. This product is perfect for summer!

L'Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

L’Oreal Paris Glow mon amour highlighting drops

Have you tried these drops? Are you a liquid highlighter gal? Do you need this in your life right now? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks for reading,

Chlo x

8 comments so far.

8 responses to “L’Oreal Paris Glow Mon Amour Highlighting Drops: Review”

  1. Andrea Harris says:

    Great Review. Liquid highlighter always moves my foundation around, but now I want to try this!

    • BeingChloe173 says:

      I haven’t found this to move my foundation so far! I’d definitely give it a go, I wear it basically everyday now! x

  2. Estelle says:

    100% NEED these in my life, thanks gal! If one this is my guilty please, highlighters are.

    • BeingChloe173 says:

      Haha you’re welcome lovely! Take advantage of 3 for 2 offers, I’d definitely recommend their highlighter palette as well 🙂 x

  3. Kaitlyn says:

    I’m obsessed with liquid highlighter! Will def have to try!

  4. Prakash Gohel says:

    Hey thank you for sharing this article with us it’s really very helpful and informative article.

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