Earlier this week, The Only Way Is Essex's Georgia Kousoulou took to her website and blog - By Georgia K - to let us in on her highlighting technique as she mentioned that fans and followers are always asking her why her skin looks so dewy and radiant.
Georgia enlisted MUA and beauty-obsessive Alishea Park (who has been the mastermind behind some of her best ever looks) to let us in on her strobing technique - and trust us when we say it couldn't be simpler.
In a short clip, Georgia turns model as Alishea works her magic and the pair opt for Iconic London's Strobing Stick, £29.99 to start with.
"I'm going to take the strobing stick and I'm going to wipe along the apples of the cheeks and the cheekbones," says Alishea in the short and sweet video. "You just drag it down and along."
Easy peasy - but how can we be sure to avoid a shimmer overload?
"I'm going to use the Beauty Blender, £16 just to smudge that highlight in," says the make-up maestro as she dabs away at Georgia's highlight with a damp sponge.
To make the most of Georgia's (already stunning) features, Alishea continues, "I'm going to take the strobe stick down the bridge of [Georgia's] nose and [apply] just a little bit above her cupids bow. This wont smudge any of your make-up underneath [and] it just blends in really nicely."
And her top tip?
"You can set it with powder but for a dewy look on holiday you can just leave it. Wear it with foundation or if you have holiday skin, without foundation at all because it really enhances your cheekbones."
We're also obsessed with benefit's Watts Up, £24.50 (a firm celebrity favourite) and the Cocoa Brown Golden Goddess Shimmering Dry Body Oil, £9.99 for that lit from within look that Georgia sports so beautifully.
Head on over to Georgia's website to catch a proper glimpse of how it's done and let us know if you give it a go!
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