The highlighting trend shows no sign of waning—and why should it? There are few makeup effects more satisfying than “cheating” sleep by dusting on a flattering highlighter. But brands are quickly discovering that when you’re talking about glow, you can colour outside the cheekbones and get divine results. Witness the return of frosted and metallic lips on social media, foil-like eyeshadows and glitter liners at the Spring 2018 collections of Tom Ford, Versace and Phillip Plein, and brands launching new molten versions of all-around highlighters. “Part of this is Instagram which is filled with strobing tutorials but we’re also seeing fashion designers embrace these looks on the runways where the makeup artist Pat McGrath is really influencing things,” says LA-based, Sydney-raised makeup artist Georgie Eisdell, who works regularly with celebrities including Sophie Turner, Gwyneth Paltrow and Carey Mulligan and titles such as InStyle, Harper's Bazaar and Glamour. “It’s lovely to add a little glow,” she says but also cautions: "Makeup is to enhance what you already look like—not to use it to look like everyone else." Eisdell walks us through the easiest ways to approach each category and a few pro tips on how to apply.