Just recently arrived to the clean and green beauty scene is a brand new, all-natural, good-for-your-skin luminizer from RMS Beauty. Here’s my review, along with a little comparison of it next to their long-time cult-favorite Living Luminizer.
RMS Beauty Magic Luminizer
Created with the same light-reflecting technology as RMS Beauty’s popular Living Luminizer, Magic Luminizer illuminates the skin and gives it an ethereal, dewy glow. But unlike the white, almost icy-shimmer of the Living Luminizer, Magic Luminizer imparts a warmer glow through iridescent champagne shimmer mixed with subtle pink undertones.
It’s perfect for those who are looking to achieve a more natural, subdued glow, or prefer a warmer base (to go along with a warm-toned makeup looks perhaps). I also see this new shade working particularly well for those with warm tan/medium skin tones.
RMS Beauty’s Magic Luminizer can be applied using your fingers or a synthetic makeup brush (RMS Beauty recommends using their Beauty Kabuki Polisher Retractable Brush). Apply Magic Luminizer over all the high points of the face to add a soft glow, including the cheekbones, down the bridge of the nose, brow bones, cupid’s bow above lips, etc. Magic Luminizer can also be applied in the very inner eyes corners and on the lids to brighten the eye area.
RMS Beauty Magic Luminizer Review
With coconut oil at the top of the ingredients list, plus a ton of other nourishing oils, Magic Luminizer has an amazingly smooth and creamy texture. It’s super easy to apply and blend out using your fingers, and combined with its flesh-like tones (sand/pink), it’s practically foolproof. It literally melts into the skin, leaving behind a subtle sheen and natural, candlelit glow without the use of heavy glitter or shimmer.
Magic Luminizer vs Living Luminizer
The champagne shade comes out to be very close to my light-medium skin tone and almost completely disappears once blended in, leaving behind more of a sheen rather than tint. Living Luminizer, on the other hand, provides much more noticeable color (at least on my skintone) and creates an ‘ethereal’, almost frosty glow that also add a little extra ‘lift’ to the facial features.
Formula-wise, the Magic Luminizer contains a wider variety of oils, including not just castor seed oil and coconut oil, but also jojoba seed oil, cocoa seed butter and sunflower seed oil, plus tocopherol (or Vitamin E). Its formulation is actually more comparable to RMS Beauty’s Master Mixer.
- Ingredients in Magic Luminizer: *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Mica, *Cera Alba (Beeswax) (Cire d’abeille), *Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, *Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (non-GMO), *Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Silica, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77489, CI 77491, CI 77499) *CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Magic Luminizer vs Living Luminizer vs Master Mixer
Overall, RMS Beauty’s Magic Luminizer is the perfect ‘in-between’ shade that fills in the gap between the Living Luminizer and Master Mixer. It’s not as light and white-based as the Living Luminizer, and also not as deep as the Master Mixer, so if you didn’t find a match with either of these, the Magic Luminizer is definitely worth trying out! (I personally prefer it over both!)
(Or, try out a sample through The Detox Market’s samples kits!)
Have you tried RMS Beauty’s Magic Luminizer?