The Becca Jaclyn Hill Champagne Face Palette has to come in as one of the most hyped products of the year – Jaclyn is a make up artist and YouTube with a zillion subscribers and fans and has given the Becca range the boost of its life. I’ve taken as many snaps of this as I possibly can so this is a picture heavy post. It’s not about creating want because plenty of people want this as it is, but more whether it’s something you’d join the pre-buy list for and be prepared to wait 3 weeks for it which is where we are now. The Becca Jaclyn Hill Champagne Face Palette is exclusive to SpaceNK.
It sure is pretty, that’s the first thing to say, and a complete contrast to Becca’s usual brown packaging. White and gold is a great choice to give the palette a true point of difference.
Naturally, being England, we’re covered in grey cloud and what this palette really needs is a big smack of sunshine to show it at its best. Going around the palette starting with Rose Spritz, a rose gold luminous blush, it’s followed by Amareto Blush, in a mid bronze, matte tone, Pamplemousse blush, a matte, coral hit pink blush. Then, the highlighters are Prosecco Pop, a high shimmer, glinting light gold and the paler Champagne Pop which is also very high sheen.
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The formulas are all powders but the highlighters have a slightly less dry feel – possibly there is a little more oil to hold all that shimmer.
Sorry – my rose bush tussle scratch is still showing up, but you can see that the overall effect of the Becca Jaclyn Hill Champagne Face Palette is bonne mine with a hit of Hollywood. The colour edit is fresh and glam at the same time and I can think of a million ways to use this, especially when tones are warmer over the summer.
This one is taken outside so you can see a bit better what happens when light is more available.
I’m thinking for this one that it’s all of the beachy, gleaming, fresh looks and yes, it’s living up to the hype in my book. It’s £48 but I feel that the pigment is so good that it will last you a long time – a little goes a very long way. The pre-order link is HERE. NB: 10.30pm – looks like the pre-order stock is sold out – sorry – but keep checking back, I will check Monday to see if any more are due.
There are a few more Jaclyn Hill items on their way so I’m just off the get them swatched up and they’ll be in my next post.
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