Gucci is bringing you a new highlighter so you can glow your way through summer!

Alexandra Hourigan 23 October 2017 NEWS


Get ready to shine bright with this new highlighter that will leave you shook!

To be honest, we were already pretty smitten after Gucci vowed to go fur-free. As if the brand needed any more brownie points, a brand new highlighter called 'Sunstone' will be hitting us these holidays.

The new product shows off the sleek black Gucci packaging but it's definitely a case of what's on the inside that counts. The stunning gold highlighter depicts a beautiful detailed butterfly and how can we say no to that?

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Sunstone definitely looks as though it is a more 'natural' highlighter as it gives a glowing and sparkly sheen to the skin in the Instagram video below. However, it is being applied with a fairly fluffy brush so we think it's probably quite buildable when using a slightly denser brush on your cheekbones or wherever you apply your highlight. Pretty much all this tells us is we can practically use this on our entire body and I'm not mad about that.

This new addition to the Gucci beauty line will be dropping this November, which if you didn't realise is in 8 days... yeah, we don't know how that happened either. Sunstone comes out in perfect time for Christmas so get your wish list ready. If you're not too sure where to buy Gucci, you can get your hands on it in Australia from stockists like Saks Fifth Avenue, Net-a-Porter and David Jones.

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