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Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Dewy Skin With Becca.


Becca is a brand I have always wanted to try, and ever since they collaborated with Jaclyn Hill I can't get their products out of my head. Frankly, I knew I would cave and here I am now with two products made for girls who love to get their highlight on! I wanted to pick up a pressed highlighter for sure, as that's pretty much what their known for, but their Backlight Priming Filter also had my name all over it...

Becca Pressed Highlighter in Champagne Pop: This is the product I think of whenever Becca enters my makeup radar. Jacyln Hill and Becca made this baby, and I love it. When it comes to highlighters, I don't know any as shimmery than this, at least I don't own any as shimmery as this. But don't let that put you off, you can definitely play it down. This is a peachy golden pan of dreams, it's incredibly buttery and easy to blend and I love how buildable it is. I normally take a small fluffy brush and apply this to the usual places, cheekbones, cupids bow and down the nose, and it makes you shine from within! If you wanted to, you can really go to town with this, but for everyday it works too, at least for a highlight junkie such as myself...

Becca Backlight Priming Filter: I probably should have written this in order of application, putting this one first, but I got too excited okay...Primers aren't something I dabble in that much, unless it has glow inducing properties, then I'm all over that shiz. I had heard so much about this product and it sounded like something I would really enjoy, and I wasn't wrong. This gives off the most beautiful golden glow when applied to the skin, and you can either wear it underneath foundation, or mix it in, both looks amazing. This isn't one of those primers which is going to makeup your makeup last for all eternity, it purely focuses of creating a dewy complexion and blurring the skins imperfections.


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