I’ve got several of the new Becca products to show you today but the one that’s really standing out to me is the Becca Shimmering Perfector Poured (£30) – a creme highlighter that I’d flag as one of the best I’ve ever come across. I’d say that it’s the non-highter’s highlighter! If you’re like me and come to a standstill when faced with something shimmery for your face, but would still rather like that light-hit cheekbone look, then this is it. It’s a light bouncer rather than sparkle – the shade I have is Rose Gold which is very pretty but there are six shades and I want to explore them further.
The Becca Shimmering Perfector is sitting beside one of the mineral blushes in this picture – there are some new shades but I don’t have them to show you.
The Lowlight Highlight Perfecting Palette (£34) is another stand out newbie – this version is powder, but there is also a creme option. If you love to play with light and shade on your skin then I think you’re going to love the softness of this and the absolute gleam that comes from the highlight part of the palette. It’s seriously sheeny and buffs into skin to give a burnished finish.
I find the new Ultimate Full Lash Perfecting Mascara (£21) perfectly good – you will get, as you’d expect from the name, fat and fulsome lashes, but I don’t especially rate it over, say Chanel or Clinique for the same effect. I didn’t find that it wandered or smudged on me.
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Overall, it’s a huge recommend for the Shimmering Perfector and the Highlight Lowlight Palette (although I’d like to have seen how the creme version performed as well). The new Becca collection is available at Space NK – the Shimmering Perfector is HERE and the Palette is HERE.
Becca is one of the few brands that has truly nailed rose gold, and manages to create that kind of lightful makeup so easily. I don’t think it gets nearly as much attention as it deserves.
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