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Monday, 2 November 2015

BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette in Pearl, Champagne Pop, & Blushed Copper : Swatches & Review

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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette featuring Champagne Pop x Jaclyn Hill. 
The BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette featuring Champagne Pop x Jaclyn Hill retails for $34US and $44CAN at Sehpora for 3 x 0.084 oz or 7.2g / 0.255 oz of product.

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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette
ingredients
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette cover.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette back.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette, Pearl, Champagne Pop, & Blushed Copper.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Glow Palette compared to full size Champagne Pop.
Products:
The formula on Pearl is an even pearl shimmer with a translucent quality when you sheer it out.
The texture on Champagne Pop in this palette I still that buttery with even shimmer when applied to the skin. I did find that I had a very thin layer of slightly stiffer product on the surface probably from the pressing, I didn't affect performance but I thought I would mention it.
Blushed Copper is a sheer micro pigment with larger shimmer participles. 

Colour: 
Pearl is a true pearl white.
Champagne Pop is a light gold with peach tone. The texture of this one is much more shimmery.
Blushed Copper is a rich red brown tone wish a frost finish. the shades sheers out to more of a rich rose gold on the skin.

Wear: On the cheeks it lasts 10 hours before noticing any fading, but the glow is still there after 16 hours on top of foundation.

Packaging:
Is a pearlized pale gold compact with a full lid mirror. The palette is much taller then I felt was needed as this is a lot of unused space in the compact.


Daylight and Flash swatches: Pearl, Champagne Pop, & Blushed Copper heavy and buffed out.
Daylight and Flash swatches: Pearl, Champagne Pop, & Blushed Copper heavy and buffed out.
Daylight and Flash swatches: Pearl, Champagne Pop, & Blushed Copper heavy and buffed out.
Compare & Mixes:

Colours:
Pearl + Champagne Pop produces a tone similar to Moonstone but I had a warmer gold tone in comparison.

Champagne Pop + Blushed Copper is more of true rose gold once to mix they too together.

Blushed Copper + Pearl produces a shade very similar to Opal but the tone is more pink.

Pearl, Champagne Pop, and Blushed Copper mixed together creates a more beige pink highlighter.

Daylight swatches: Pearl & Champagne Pop mixed together, next to Moonstone.
Flash swatches: Pearl & Champagne Pop mixed together, next to Moonstone.
Daylight swatches: Pearl and Blushed Copper mixed together mixed together, next to Opal.
Flash swatches: Pearl and Blushed Copper mixed together mixed together, next to Opal.
Daylight and Flash swatches: Champagne Pop and Blushed Copper mixed together mixed together.
Daylight swatches: Pearl, Champagne Pop, and Blushed Copper mixed together mixed together, next to Opal.
Flash swatches: Pearl, Champagne Pop, and Blushed Copper mixed together mixed together, next to Opal.

Verdict:
This palette is best used with mixing shades together, I found all the pure tone, although pretty, didn't really flatter my fair skin. I wanted the Moon with this palette, but I already had Moonstone. lol (It's kind of Holy Grail to me.)

That said I'm having a lot a fun with the mixing of the shades because the tones you can create with this palette is endless for all skin tones!

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