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These College Girls Tried 4 Buzz-Worthy Highlighters to See If They're Worth the Hype

Did they make the cut?

While keeping the brow and lip game strong is still the priority for most girls, aiming for that fresh, dewy look is steadily catching up. Gone are the days when highlighters simply meant a Stabilo or a Faber Castell. Instead, highlighters are either creams, sticks, powders, or cushions for the college girl. With the growing demand for highlighters and brands constantly releasing their own versions of this beauty must-have, we gathered four of the most buzz-worthy highlighters in stores RN and asked three college girls to see if these products making noise in the beauty scene are truly worth the hype.

The Contenders

BeYu Let it Glow! Highlighter Stick P725

Claim to fame: "Highlighter stick for a seductive shimmer in the blink of an eye!"

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Sleek MakeUp Highlighting Palette – Solstice P875

Claim to fame: "Solstice instantly enhances the complexion with a radiant glow, the highly pigmented metallic finishes create a gorgeous luminous sheen on the skin."

Cathy Doll Sculpting Highlight & Shading Cushion SPF 50 PA+++ P1100

Claim to fame: "A 3-dimensional contour cushion that comes with a highlighter to emphasize your best features and shading to add 3-dimensional appearance."

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Becca X Chrissy Teigen Glow Face Palette P2615

Claim to fame: "Each shade [picked by Chrissy Teigen] in this limited-edition palette features Becca’s iconic, one-of-a-kind formula that blends pigments with liquids to create an unparalleled, creamy feel for seamless, silky application that never cakes."

Watch the video below to see these college girls' reactions—from the funniest comments to useful makeup tips—and find out which highlighter is worth buying, according to your fellow college students!

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