Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector


So I have been slightly obsessed with Becca products recently. I was inside a Sephora on my recent trip to America, (which was 400m where we were staying on Hollywood Blvd, very convenient I must say) when I discovered ‘Champagne Pop’ –a stunning pressed highlighter, but just my luck-it was sold out. After coming back from the trip I went a little crazy on Becca products :0)

I have the Shimmering Skin Perfectors in ‘Opal’ and ‘Moonstone’ which I cannot wait to use on my brides!!
 




 These are a liquid highlighter, which can be used on the cheekbones and other highpoints on the face for a subtle highlight or can also be layered with a pressed powder to achieve the intensity you desire. I also like to mix them in with foundation for the ultimate summer sun kissed glow. These highlighters also come in two other shades: ‘Pearl’ is a white pearl shade and ‘Rose Gold’ is a deep gold rosy pink-which would be stunning on darker complexions.

‘Moonstone’ is a slightly yellow, pale gold/champagne, perfect for warmer skintones.


‘Opal’ is a peachy pink nude shade, which is also gorgeous.

  


These highlighters have a very fine shimmer, with a very natural dewy (not oily) finish so I guarantee you will not look like a glitter bomb! They are easy to work with and blend seamlessly if mixed in with foundation. 

The packaging of this product is awesome! It is in a sleek, matte bottle and feels very luxurious.  I would expect nothing less for high-end makeup. 

These highlighters have a pump, which I always appreciate as it is mess free and convenient. These highlighters contain 50mL, which is very generous considering most foundations are 30mL. Hence I can see this product lasting me a very long time considering I only use one pump for the entire face.

If you are looking for a natural, dewy glow for every day I definitely recommend to check these bad boys out.


Have you tried them? I’d love to hear what you think about them in the comments below!



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