Remember when you had to take the Myers-Briggs Personality Test in high school? The questionnaire was based on Carl Jung theories and developed by mother-daughter duo Katharine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers. It evaluates personal preferences and then gives a comprehensive guide to various personality types. In schools, this test is often accompanied by a list of jobs that suit students' Myers-Briggs results.
Finding the perfect highlighter based on your Myers-Briggs personality is much more fun, though.
The test sorts behaviors into four categories. It determines if you’re extroverted (E) or introverted (I), if you place more trust in your physical senses (S) or your intuition (N), whether you value logic and truth (T) or relationships and feelings (F), and if you have a more structured lifestyle (J) or a go-with-the-flow approach (P). Your results culminate in a series of four letters (for example, ISTP) that will tell you everything you need to know about yourself.
You can even find the best makeup for your Myers-Briggs type, if you dig deep enough!
ENTJs are natural born leaders, and they have overwhelming confidence. They tend to be authoritative, so it's no surprise that they need a bold highlight. For all the ENTJs out there, Urban Decay's Disco Queen is fit for royalty. With purple tones, it's perfect for any queen or king.
INFPs are pretty introverted. They don't draw attention to themselves, and they often get lost in their own daydreams and fantasies. When it comes to highlighter, INFP wants the perfect combination of a sheer, natural look mixed with an ethereal glow. Bare Mineral's Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter is exactly that.
Those who like to be involved with everything are likely ESTPs. This Myers-Briggs personality is the quintessential extrovert, outgoing and action-oriented. ESTPs crave the freedom to be themselves and do what they want, like rocking a yellow highlighter when the mood strikes. Fenty Beauty's Killawatt Highlighter in Dirty Thirty is basically the ESTP of highlighters!
INTJs have a rich inner life. Introverted and self-sufficient, INTJs constantly question why and how the world works the way it does. That's why many INTJs become lawyers, computer programmers, and detectives! The easy-to-use Maybelline Makeup Facestudio Master Strobing Stick frees up the INTJ mind to focus on major world problems instead of how to highlight.