Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer

armani fluid sheer

This may come as a shock to you: we love highlighters. Wait! Wait! It’s true! We can't get enough of them.

So, Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer is a welcome find (though what is with the name, Yoda?!). In #10 Golden Beige, the liquid provides all sorts of radiant, faux-sunkissed goodness when tapped onto cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, under your brow bone, above your cupid's bow (remember Kate Hudson’s tip for "Kate Moss" lips?), and anywhere the hell else you want to highlight. Everyone loves highlights! Plus, you can mix it with your foundation to up your luminosity stakes. Got more pink than golden undertones (and remember: always mind your undertones, or weren't you listening to what Kevyn Aucoin said)? The Fluid Sheer in #11 Amber is a rosier hue that also looks gorgeous rubbed into the apples of your cheeks, for a warmer, feelin'-good-and-healthy look.

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  • Nomadic D.

    Don't know why I haven't tried this. You make it sound like a real necessity of life. I am, however, in love with Armani's Light Master Primer, which creates a subtle, gentle magical luminosity all over. They really are so good at that stuff.

  • fairytalesandcoffee

    Armani's fluid sheers can also be used to darken too light foundations, or to compensate for light yellow undertoned foundation, because you couldn't go to the next shade level because it had an orange undertone to it. Go to for many years. Golden Beige best shade (purchased like half a dozen times now), Golden Bronze close second. You can use it on top of too white mineral sunscreens and look fantastic.

  • SylviaEtc

    Makes me want to try it ... not against some sun-kissed highlight this winter ;)

  • Pim

    I love the fluid sheers! I have it in No. 3 and it's gorgeous! all the fluid sheers are gorgeous!

  • Ona_in_Barcelona

    I am on my second bottle of this, and after trying a few other highlighters, I've decided it's resoundingly ordinary.

    It fades away to a sparkly (!) finish after only a few hours (that dewy glow does NOT last), and looks horrible used as a primer. It's marginally better if you mix it with foundation, but really, for that price it should be perfect!

  • Glamagem

    this stuff looks super amazing. But its well out of my budget for now... :)