The philosophy behind Becca Cosmetics
is to create a natural, flawless look.
This blusher is extremely creamy, moist and blendable. It creates a very dewy finish that is perfect for the summer. I apply this with my fingertips. It goes on smoothly and gives a natural color and glow to my cheeks.
Review Summary: Becca Creme Blush in Terracotta
Pigmentation/Texture: Good pigmentation, buildable and creamy. 5/5
Lasting Power: Lasts up to 4 hours. Not bad for a soft cream blush. 4.5/5
Packaging: Compact, with luxurious metal casing on top and a full mirror inside to boost. The best packaged blusher I own. 5/5
Value: Great quality, but $30 for 0.1 oz creme blush is still pricey (MAC cremeblend blush is 0.19 oz). 4/5
Overall: Anyone who enjoys cream blushers will love this. A
This combination liner and illuminator glides on easily to line, define, brighten, and contour the eyes.
Review Summary: Becca Line + Illuminate Pencil in Ibiza
Pigmentation/Texture: Velvety soft texture and well pigmented. Because it is soft, you have to be careful or it can break off – even when sharpening. And you must sharpen for a precisely thin line. 4/5
Lasting Power: The illuminator lasts fine, but the pencil tends to crease throughout the day. 4/5
Packaging: I usually don’t like duo-ended products, but it works in this case. 5/5
Value: For an illuminator and eyeliner, it is well worth the price. 5/5
Overall: Great for your travel bag. A
This eye tint applies as a cream but sets to a powder. This long-lasting, water-resistant, crease-resistant tint is easy to apply and offers adjustable levels of sheer to high pigment color. It can be layered under powder eye colors and loose pigments for added intensity.
Review Summary: Becca Eye Tint in Vicuna
Pigmentation/Texture: Sheer, but buildable and streak-free. 4/5
Lasting Power: It is waterproof and stays put all day, even in the heat. I definitely recommend the Becca Eye Tint for the beach. 5/5
Packaging: Beautiful and expensive packaging, but I don’t care much for tube eye products. 4/5
Value: Unless you’re intent on the cream to powder finish, Becca eyeshadows are a better deal. 4/5
Overall: Buy it for its long lasting properties. A-
Line+Illuminate Pencil in Ibiza, Cream Blush in Terracotta, Eye Tint in Vulcana
Overall, I do not have anything bad to say about Becca Cosmetics. Their products are well pigmented, long lasting, smooth and very easy to work with. The packaging is very sturdy and probably one of the best that I have ever seen. Everything appears to be well thought out and there is obvious effort put into the design of every item. Everything about Becca Cosmetics screams luxury – and prices are not bad for a higher end brand. If you are going to splurge on cosmetics, Becca is the way to go.
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