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Fat and the Moon Beam Highlighter - Zero Waste Makeup, All Natural, Plastic Free, 0.15 fl. oz.

$18.00

Envelop the shimmer of the stars and adorn your celestial body with Beam Highlighter.  Use wherever you'd like to glow, this silky mineral based recipe aims to embellish and adorn all your personal favorite constellations.  Beam is the magic love child of plant medicine and a desire to be a shooting star.  For a golden...

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Beam Highlighter - Zero Waste Makeup, All Natural, Plastic Free, 0.15 fl. oz.

Envelop the shimmer of the stars and adorn your celestial body with Beam Highlighter.  Use wherever you'd like to glow, this silky mineral based recipe aims to embellish and adorn all your personal favorite constellations.  Beam is the magic love child of plant medicine and a desire to be a shooting star. 

For a golden shimmer, check out Glow Highlighter.

Size: 0.15 fl oz

How to use: Catch the light by applying to the brow, cheek bone, and around the eyes.  

Ingredients: Sunflower Oil (Helianthus annuus)*, Beeswax (Cera alba), Mica, Arrowroot Powder (Maranta arundinacea)*, Titanium Dioxide, Spirit Medicine of Madrone (Arbutus menziesii), *Organic

Fat & Moon Products are organic and made to order.  No toxins or preservatives are ever used and because of this, we recommend use within 6 months of purchase. Store in a cool and dry place. 


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sivan gardnee
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I love this highlighter!!
I use it everyday. my skin is combo but more on the dry side and this is perfect and doesn't make me more oily, I would avoid if you have super oily skin as it is a balmy texture. Gives you the most perfect glow and is super good quality for. it being all natural.

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H.W.
Not for me

Loved the actual color and highlight, but it just seemed to want to sit on my skin instead of blend it, so I kept feeling the stickyness if I touched my face. That said, I don’t use any sort of setting powder, so if you do, it’s worth the risk.