Becca Champagne Glow Palette for Holiday 2015

Becca Champagne Glow Palette
Becca Champagne Glow Palette

A Sephora-exclusive, curated palette of three limited-edition Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed shadesβ€”new Pearl, Blushed Copper, and bestselling Champagne Pop x Jaclyn Hill. This palette is inspired by the festive holiday season. The shimmering shades are designed to enhance your natural beauty and allow your features to glow. Simply sweep the luxuriously creamy luminizing powders across the face or apply to targeted areas including cheekbones, browbones, and bridge of the nose to see how beautifully they catch the light.

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The Details

Champagne Glow Palette, $34.00 (Limited Edition, Sephora Exclusive)

  • Pearl Pale linen white
  • Champagne Pop Soft white gold with pinky-peach undertones
  • Blushed Copper Warm copper infused with rose gold tones

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oh my god I need champagne pop in my life.. why we can’t buy it in france πŸ™
how do you wear blushed copper? it looks really dark and orange

Blushed Copper looks gorgeous as a blush. I have medium skin tone( pretty close to Christine’s). It is super pigmented. I use a fan brush or something really light and fluffy and build it. Deep skin tones could probably use it for highlighting. Its really pretty!

That’s precisely what I intend to use Blushed Copper for; a blush. I’m a bit darker than Christine, somewhere between her skintone and Karen from Makeup & Beauty Blog’s skintone. So I guess almost, but not quite, in the “Tan” catagory?

Thanks, Nicole! Now I only have to hope that my local Sephora’s have plenty of these in stock when it comes out, because I agree that this one will sell like hotcakes!

Yeah. Best bet may be to try to get one online. But, I am still seeing Champagne Pop in the store and I believe online and everyone thought that one was going to sell out and be gone. I bet if you called the store the day before the launch, they would hold one for you if you asked really nice and promised to get there or if you offered to pay over the phone. You got to get to know your sale peoples in the biz, lol. They love us. We make their pay checks pretty much! I will probably look at my schedule and see if I will be working at home all day- then I’ll stalk. If not, ill call and sweet talk/beg. Good Luck!

Try shopandbox. I bought my Champagne Pop from there πŸ™‚ You can get anything you’d like from the US and many other countries!!

You are a HERO! When I was in Italy over the summer, I picked up a random hair product at the pharmacy because it looked neat. It says it’s hair color protectant, but caught my eye because it had avocado in it. Anyway, when I got home, I started using it and I can’t believe how good it is! Even my hair dresser said she wants her own bottle. But of course, they don’t sell it in the US. I’ve spent months trying to find some way to get it and this is it! Thank you! <3

I know all about that! This service has really helped me so much. I live in Denmark and we don’t have as many makeup brands as in the US, so this has been such a huge help!
No problem honey! <3

hello!

Is Shopandbox reliable? And can someone tell me how it works? I’d love to have some colourpop goodies from the US (I live in The Netherlands) and I really want to get Champagne Pop πŸ˜€
Thankss!

Hi you!
Yes, it is very reliable! I have shopped from the US through that twice now! πŸ™‚ And the first time I shopped some goodies from Colourpop as well.. When you create an account in there, it’s easy enough, you should just follow the step by step tips πŸ˜€

I don’t own any of these shades, so I’m actually rather excited about this palette. I’m especially excited about Blushed Copper because I regretted not picking it up last season. #Winning

The middle shade is probably ok for me, but the I don’t like white highlighters (they tend to look too frosty white) and the other shade is too dark and warm.

I’m a little disappointed that they brought back Blushed Copper for this palette, because I own it already! Would’ve been nice to get a different shade in there, or maybe something else new/LE.

Yeah! I hope this means finally Pearl is going to become available permanently in powder form. Of course they have to tease the customer with a LE form first. I’m going to probably get this. I have Champagne Pop and Blushed Copper already. But, I’m going to need Pearl now that it’s out. Plus, I am loving the Afterglow palette. I am imagining mixing pearl with the other two. This one’s going to fly off the shelves. Oh, I hope Sephora stocks it well!

I am pretty certain that they will be bringing Pearl into a pressed formula permanently not sure when but I think they are probably next year maybe.

Plus side: pressed pearl!

Downside: those that can wear Pearl probably can’t pull off the copper and vice versa. It’s a bit of an odd combinaton.

I may hold out and wait for Pearl to be released as a stand alone!

My thoughts exactly. I’m SUPER fair, and Liquid Pearl is perfection, but the blushed copper is unusable. TBH so is the Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop.

same issue – pearl is too light and blushed copper works. The champagne pop is questionable. I think the ulta palette with the three highlighters / one blush works better for me (and maybe for light skin?) but it runs warm

*Falls over swooning* I love this combo! Blushed Copper is a perfect warm glowy blush for my MAC C4.5 skintone, with Champagne Pop being the perfect highlight shade! ? And Pearl *could* work if I apply it super lightly down the center of my nose and tops of my cheekbones with, say, a fan-brush.

I’m looking forward to this. I was surprised that I loved Champagne Pop as much as I did — it was my first foray into the Becca brand. I’m pale enough that I know Pearl will work for me, and I have plans to use Blushed Copper as an eyeshadow/eyeliner. It appears to be that penny-seque colour I’m after.

I absolutely adore Champagne Pop, and have been dying to get Pearl in a powder form because I prefer powder products. The only thing that disappoints me, is I enjoy using a fan brush with highlighters, and I’m not sure if that would work with this palette.

I don’t have any of them and don’t have any Becca. Not from wanting to. I just hope it sticks around a little bit like the Champagne Pop has been. Anybody and seems like everybody has it. Except for me. But right now my hubby is laid off. So don’t know. But that Cooper does look dark and orange. But I have medium to light skin tone. So shadow would work great. The part u can see behind the hooded lids. Lol

Christine this looks amazing! I recently purchased the Becca highlight palette exclusive to Ulta that you already reviewed. Which one do you think is better? I’ve never seen Pearl in person, so I would like to know if it’s too light for my skintone. I’m light/medium with a slight olive undertone.. Thanks!?

Christine this is beautiful! I recently purchased the Becca highlight palette exclusive to Ulta that you already reviewed. Which one do you think is better? I’ve never seen pearl in person, I would like to know if it’s too light for my skintone. I’m light/medium with a slight olive undertone..
Thanks!?

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