Saturday, December 11th, 2010

Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme
Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme

Quick Reviews: Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme

Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme ($29.00 for 0.10 oz.) is an elegant shade of subdued coral with a flush of pink. It has a creamy, smooth consistency and blends effortlessly on cheeks. It’s not too sheer or too intense, but it will certainly deliver a lovely layer of color with little work. The formula is excellent because of the natural finish (no shimmer, no real sheen, just color) and the all-day wear (at least eight hours). This works well as an easy, everyday kind of blusher that wears well and flatters both warm and cooler skin tones.

As much as I liked it on cheeks, it didn’t do much for me on lips–too drying, a little sheer, and overall, not a product I’d use again on my lips. It works so much better as a cream blush that I don’t see any reason to waste it on lips when there are far better lip products in my stash. I also wish that there was more product for the price tag (or the reverse would work, too!).  Please take heed that this product as a blush is easily 29/30, but it’s supposed to be dual-purpose and I think it falls short of being a worthwhile lip product.

It reminded me of NARS Cactus Flower Cream Blush, but it is less intense and contains no gold shimmer. It is also pinker and more coral than the nude MAC Ladyblush Blushcreme.

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  • Product: 26/30
  • Value: 7/10
  • Ease of Use: 4/5
  • Packaging: 4/5

RECOMMENDATION: It is a universally flattering cream blush that not only looks beautiful on the skin and blends easily but it wears impeccably throughout the day–not an easy task at all for a cream blush!

AVAILABILITY: Becca

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Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme
Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme (Heavy/Blended)

Product & Review FAQ

Where can I purchase Becca Tuberose? How much is it?

Becca, $29.

Is it limited edition?

No.

Any dupes?

It reminded me of NARS Cactus Flower Cream Blush, but it is less intense and contains no gold shimmer. It is also pinker and more coral than the nude MAC Ladyblush Blushcreme.

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14 thoughts on “Becca Tuberose Lip & Cheek Creme Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. I love these Becca cheek cremes I don’t like them on lips either. But on the cheeks I’d have to say that these are the best cream blushes around.Have you tried the Beach Tints?

  2. xiao

    wow the color is amazing

  3. vivian

    wow i was a bit turned off because it looked a tad orange in the pan, but it applies BEAUTIFULLY to your skin. i really do wish it weren’t so expensive :/

  4. Josiane

    cactus flower is a lot more red than that!

  5. Ann

    Thanks so much for swatching this! Any chance you’ll be swatching more Becca in the future?

  6. Miss Ruby Rouge

    Christine I absolutely love this colour, is there any chance of updating this post so we can see a picture of you wearing it? I’m curious to see what it looks like on the actual face!! :)

    • Hey!

      It’s just a quick review – I’m just trying to clear out my review folder, so I can start the year off right, so I won’t be updating. Sorry!

      • Miss Ruby Rouge

        No, no, that’s totally understandable hun, I appreciate the short version….it’s better then not having a review at all!! ;) I’ll google image to see if there are any pictures from blogs out there, I’m sure I can find one it’s just that you make everything look soo much more appealing!! he he ;p I hope you’re having a great week…not long until you’re done with your exams and such right?! :)xx

  7. gia

    I dislike this packaging for cream blushes. I had a convertible orange color cream brush by Stilla many years back and it looked dirty and gross after the first few uses. The consistency of the cream just seems to attract any bit of dust or hair.

  8. It looked really orange in the pan, but when I saw the swatch on your skin, I just about fell in love. Gorgeous colour! :)

  9. Luisafer

    find it so weird to use the same creme for lips and cheeks… doesn’t it feel too pasty on the cheeks??? other wise the color is pretty…

  10. Rosanna

    Another leave it as it’s too coral :)