Luminaire, Sleek MakeUP's answer to YSL's infamous Touche Eclat highlighter pen launches on 11th May. I've tried a whole range of these pens - YSL, Lacura, No7, Bourjois and while these are great for a highlighting effect over concealer, I don't tend to use them on their own. Luminaire is slightly more pigmented so you can actually get away with using it as a concealer too, which for £6.49 is great value!
Luminaire brightens dark circles (I get particularly blue ones!), conceals blemishes (I use it on the redness around my nose and on my chin) and fades out other minor imperfections. It also adds radiance along your cheekbones, can slim your nose with a thin line down the middle and can contour your lips for a more defined look and patted over cupid's bow creates the illusion of a fuller pout.
I love the functional and pen applicator, while the product remains hygienic without exposure to air or fingers, I wouldn't be too happy to dot the brush over spots and then reuse it, so if you do need to cover blemishes I would click a bit of the product onto a clean finger and pat over the offending area. I keep it in my handbag make up bag to keep my under eye area radiant on the go.
It comes in 5 shades and I have the lightest - L01, which is an excellent match for my pale skin.
Under eye without Luminaire
The applicator brush didn't do all of the blending as the product has quite a dry formulation - denser than its more expensive counterparts - you need to pat it in with a finger. I would also make sure to use a moisturising under eye cream before application.