Bitter Lace Beauty Is Restocking Their Highlighter

by Kali Borovic

It's safe to say that heek shine is not going anywhere soon. While some brands are trying to recreate the trend or make new formulas, Bitter Lace Beauty is sticking to what they know. The brand is having a major restock on 22 of their highlighters, including the famous Rainbow Highlighter. When is Bitter Lace Beauty's Highlighter restock? Here's the exact date and time, so you don't miss a thing.

Remember that multi-colored pan that forever changed the highlight game? Well, it's coming back and it's bringing 21 friends along with it. In case you're not familiar, Bitter Lace Beauty is an Etsy shop that makes all of their products by hand, which is why it often takes a long time for them to re-stock sold out favorites. But according to their Instagram post, Bitter Lace Beauty is finally restocking all of their 22 highlighter shades on Mar. 18 at 3 p.m. ET.

The makeup company is bringing back all of the shades that you've already seen plus a few more. They're slowly sharing sneak peeks on their Instagram page. So far there's Siren Song, a burnt sienna with mix of violets, and Life In Plastic, a bright violet shade. They'll also have Prism, their famous rainbow highlighter, and Unbirthday, which was their first multi-color powder, up for grabs.

There are a few changes happening for the restock. Not only is the pattern on the pressed powders getting a redo, but the packaging is changing too. According to Bitter Lace Beauty's Instagram post, these sleeves are more protective than the old ones.

You'll also be able to single compacts to put your pan inside. According to the Instagram post, the new ones will be pearl and rose gold and be sold for $6 a piece. Each one works like a mini z-palette. There's a magnet in the bottom so you can easily replace the shade.

That's a whole lot of newness, people! The rainbow highlighter always sells out fast, but the brand says that there will be more than enough to go around. I would still make sure to mark your calendars though, because there's no telling how long the next restock could take.