Becca Wild Honey Mineral Blush
Becca Wild Honey Mineral Blush ($32.00 for 0.20 oz.) is described as a “peachy nude.” It’s a light-medium, peachy-orange with warm undertones and a hint of brown paired with a pearly sheen. Becca Sweet Pea (P, $32.00) is lighter, warmer. Urban Decay Video (P, $26.00) is less shimmery, darker, cooler. Urban Decay Kinky (P, $26.00) is less shimmery. NARS Craving (Right) (P, ) is darker. MAC Bronzer (LE, $30.00) is less shimmery, darker. Makeup Geek Infatuation (P, $9.99) is less shimmery, darker, cooler. Becca Guava/Moonstone (P, $27.00) is more shimmery, lighter. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.
This shade had semi-opaque to opaque coverage that applied evenly and smoothly with little effort. The texture was soft, finely-milled, and smooth to the touch, which is probably why it blended so nicely! The pearly sheen gave the skin a soft glow without emphasizing pores or the skin’s natural texture, and if you don’t like to see visible shimmer, this might be one to consider as translates it all sheen. This is another shade that may also work as a bronzer for some skin tones, depending on how warm and mid-tone you like yours. When I tested the blush, the color wore well for eight hours before fading.
Formula Summary | Becca Mineral Blush ($32.00 for 0.20 oz.) is supposed to be a “delicate powder blush” with a “buildable formula” that gives a “natural-looking, flushed appearance.” They typically have a soft, creamy consistency that is a little denser than the average powder but not truly dense. Some of the very shimmery shades feel a little dry compared to the more pearly ones. I found the formula to be incredibly easy to apply and blend on the skin without any need for special tricks; they felt very grab-and-go, the kind of blush where there’s no fight to diffuse and soften edges or get even coverage. They are more pigmented than what I’d term as “buildable,” which some will appreciate, some will be disappointed by. The wear ranges from seven to nine hours with the brighter and more satin-to-matte shades lasting longer. My favorite part of the formula is the luminous sheen they give to the skin, so they don’t look too shimmery on the skin. I think if you find Becca’s pressed highlighters to be too shimmery, you may find their blushes more up your alley with respect to finish.