Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfectors are some of the very skin shimmers and sheens in terms of quality and usability. They’ve somehow put together a formula that’s easy to work with, blendable with other products such as base, adjustable and lightful.
The Jaclyn Hill ‘Champagne Pop’ shade is genuinely flattering and I like it more by the minute. I very rarely wear anything shimmery on my complexion but I’m wearing the Poured Creme version (coming up in a sec) right now and sure enough, there is a gleam on my cheekbones that isn’t over the top or highly metallic. Above is the Jaclyn Hill Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid Champage Pop swatched far more intensely than you’d actually wear it so that you can see the shade.
And again. This is such a beautiful colour in a warm, light golden shade. Mix it with your BB, primer, foundation or tinted moisturiser to up-light your whole face or select the parts that you want to bring light to.
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Jaclyn Hill Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured Creme Champage Pop is the one I’m very happily wearing now. It’s less loose in consistency than the Liquid – think creme blush and that’s near enough which makes a more concentrated version, not suitable for mixing although I’d blend into any other creme blush in a heartbeat. Yes, there is shimmer but if you’re a little on the shimmer shy, this is a good place to start because it blends so nicely that you can adjust exactly how much you want – start with a tiny amount and see how you go. I’ve used a brush to just sweep my cheekbones and it does catch the light with a dewy sheen. It’s £30 – the pre-sale list for this hasn’t even started yet, but I will try to flag up as soon as it does.
This is how it looks in the swatch – beautifully creamy. It’s the one I’d recommend most for older skin because it does just melt into the complexion.
I just thought I’d show you this picture of the Liquid Champagne Pop – with any ‘glow’ product, I usually paint it on to plain paper because once the liquid has absorbed into the paper a bit, you start to see a more concentrated level of shimmer or sheen and you would be amazed how these levels can vary from being top of the sheeny tree like this one to virtually no glow pigment at all.
So, I believe that both these products will go onto pre-order on 13th June – possibly further away than – but there is the Pressed (powder) version available now HERE if you don’t want to wait for the new versions. However, Sephora has everything from the Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop collection HERE and I’ve just had a reader say she received hers in 4 days. There is a postage charge and from what I remember, it’s about £7.
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