You know that luxurious feeling after you step out of a warm bath after using your favorite bath bomb? Well what would you say if Twitter had discovered a way for you to wear that feeling all day long?
That's right. The Twitter-sphere has discovered that by rubbing the glitter from certain bath bombs onto their faces, it can be used in lieu of normal highlighter, and TBH, it actually looks good.
If you're one who prefers your beauty products to pull multiple duties (and save money in the process!) this trick is totally for you. And have no fear for your skin, a brand rep for Lush has given the all clear for leaving bath bomb residue on your face.
"We always encourage our customers to use our products for their intended use, so in this case [bath bombs] are meant to be enjoyed in the bath. That said, it certainly wouldn't cause harm to use it on your face," she told Seventeen.
Wow. God bless the internet because this hack is truly brilliant.
Just bought a gold egg bath bomb from @LushPlymouth then lent on my hand and now it looks like I have the best highlighter on— Tom Saint Cooper 💰 (@TomasCooperX) March 14, 2017
@LushLtd needs to make a highlighter.. I just used the dust on my hands from the Golden Wonder bath bomb on my cheekbone and it's poppin 😂😻— Rachel (@rxchelrob) January 26, 2017
ngl I just used the gold powder that fell off of the bath bomb I'm about to use as a highlighter on my cheeks— the prime evil (@satanxpussy) May 27, 2016
lush gold bath bomb glitter makes super cute highlighter js— tas (@radsocialist) April 7, 2016