Becca Cosmetics – An Introduction

Becca Stuff

Becca Stuff by getlippie featuring a sheer foundation

I am really enjoying rediscovering Becca Cosmetics at the moment – every product I’ve tried has been great, and I am deeply glad they’re making a proper re-entrance into the UK via SpaceNK

Loving the Beach Tint in Raspberry in particular (bottom row, second right), the shade, on me, is very much a “my lips but better” colour, but on people with paler lips, it’s a gorgeous “just bitten” berry shade, perfect for adding a little colour without being too scary.  All you need is a tiny pin-head size amount, and it layers up nicely.  If you squeeze too much out, you can always pop the excess on your cheeks as a blusher, where it works very well.

I’ve reviewed the Sunchaser palette before (bottom row, second left), and I’m happy to report that I love the AstroViolet Eyeshadow Quad just as much, same great quality shadows, but this time in a selection of purple and taupe shades that is hard for me to resist. And I love the dinky packaging!  Much less of a waste of space than some other quartets I can think of.  I find the eyeliner in Belle Epoque (bottom right) goes very well with both palettes too. A slightly greyed brown, it lasts well, and is very easy to apply without dragging.

Becca Base products are very good too – I’ve been using, and liking, the Matte Skin Foundation  (Top left) a fair bit recently, and it’s good for giving a matte finish to the skin. On the days where I can’t face foundation, I’ve been dotting a little of the Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector (top right) over a tinted moisturiser, and this has helped soak up any greasy spots without having to resort to powder.

Possibly the most famous Becca product is the Shimmering Skin Perfector, made into a cult by Lisa Eldridge, these are liquid highlighters, which give a beautiful glow to the skin, without making you look greasy, or as if you’ve rolled yourself in lard and glitter, a la some cheaper “highlighters” I’ve seen and rejected over the years!  I have Opal and Moonstone, which see me through the year (one’s slightly paler, the other is a pale gold), neither of the shades are too stark or bright, which is great.

Finally, I adore the Matte Lip Colour in Antoinette, a deep cool raspberry (I’m a little obsessed with raspberry shades at the moment), which lasts and lasts without drying my lips out:

L- Flash R-Daylight

The lipglosses are a little sheerer than I’d like, but I have Palm Breeze, which is a warm fuchsia, which works well layered over Antoinette.  They’re not sticky, either, which is lovely!  Now I think I need Hummingbird …

Have you tried Becca products?  What are your raves?

The Fine Print: Mixture of PR samples and purchases.

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