Q: What's the difference between Super Loaded, Liquid Super Loaded, and Lit Up Highlight?
This week's beauty query is all about our highlighter wardrobe, and the difference between our trio of glow-boosting options, now that Liquid Super Loaded has entered the chat. "It's not that one highlighter is right for you over another," explains Gucci. "It's all about what you're in the mood for or your desired glow—it's nice to have options!" In today's video, she explains how, where and when she uses each distinctly unique formula.
"I call this product 'the closer' because it gives a warmth, definition, color. and radiance all-in-one to really finish your look!" Gucci explains, swirling her Blender Brush into her Peau de Pêche compact. Packed with a higher pigment load than the other highlighters in the Westman Atelier collection, Super Loaded delivers the most color payoff with a creamy polished pop to cheeks and lids, and brings features into focus.
Available in four translucent shades, this multi-tasking gel stick is the easiest way to create targeted glassy radiance on high points. Wear it on the tops of the cheekbones, along the bridge of the nose, and at the tear ducts to create a just-had-a-facial sheen. Gucci also likes it as a lip balm or tapped onto the cupid's bow. The anytime, anywhere formula is "mega hydrating, so it's the perfect pick-me-up whenever you need a makeup refresh."
The all-over soft lit look of Liquid Super Loaded on skin "isn't quite like anything you've tried before," says Gucci of the next generation complexion enhancing product, which blurs imperfections and subtly corrects tone. "It works with the light just the way you want," she adds. Each shade contains a hint of tint—in Peau de Soleil (golden hour bronze), Peau de Pêche (warm nudey peach), and Peau de Rosé (oyster pink)—that comes from the formula's multi-dimensional micropearls and a sheer no-pigment base that lets your true skin shine through. The effect is a natural all-over radiance that's illuminated but never shiny. "It's beautiful alone on bare skin, under foundation, or as a subtle highlighter on high points."