Becca Champagne Pop Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed for Summer 2015

Becca Champagne Pop Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed
Becca Champagne Pop Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed

Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed ($38.00)

BECCA collaborated with YouTube beauty celebrity and makeup artist Jaclyn Hill to create a new limited-edition shade of their number one bestselling luminizer powder. Featuring her dream shade, Champagne Pop—a soft white, gold shade with pinky peach undertones—this creamy luminizer leaves the skin with a soft pearlized glow. It’s infused with light-reflecting pearls that beautifully catch the light, allowing your favorite features to pop. Just apply to targeted areas, or simply sweep it up on the cheekbones and down the bridge of the nose for quick, radiant perfection.

  • Champagne Pop Soft white gold with pinky peach undertones

Availability: Now at Sephora

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Makeup Tray Avatar

I wanted this until I saw all the swatches on IG. I feel like Beeca is cashing in on the JHill love and put out this for a fast sell. If you see comparison swatches it is a lot like moonstone and CindLoumaniEr from The Balm. For 38.00 I would rather buy something that isn’t already out there

Hima Avatar

I’m going to pass. The swatches look like very similar to other highlighters, nothing unique.
Plus they’re just cashing in on Jaclyn Hill’s name so it’ll sell fast and I’m not a big fan of hers. I used to be until she turned into a product pusher. Oh well.

xamyx Avatar

I remember one video of hers where she’s using the Hard Candy Tiki highlighter, and while she mentioned how much she loved the color, she couldn’t “use” it because she has sensitive skin, and (like most DS products) it contains mineral oil. Soon after, I noticed she was using Becca & Bobbi Brown Shimmer Bricks quite a bit, LOL! Still, I thought maybe she didn’t realize it, as sometimes certain ingredient names are “disguised” under fancier terms (although being a professional MUA, she should have known). However, if she’s going to allow her name to be attached to a product/brand, she really should do some research, or atbleast justify why this is “different”.

Staci Avatar

Boy, Jaclyn has really cashed in on the colaberation stuff. I would love to find out how much she makes a year from companies through her discount codes, reviews, and collaborations. I used to really like her, and I still do to a point. I don’t trust that her reviews aren’t paid for though. I only watch her tutorials.

Sonia Avatar

Hi Christine, Do you know if the Becca SSP (pressed) can be used as eyeshadows? Are they eye safe? I’m so tempted to use the SSP in Blushed Copper on my eyes. Thanks in advance!

Christine Avatar

In general, unless a brand has stated otherwise, I wouldn’t assume any cheek product is eye safe. You could write to the company or look through the ingredient list to see if it uses any ingredients that are not to be used for the eyes. Hope that helps!

Lotus Avatar

Bahhh! I use them on my eyes! If they aren’t safe for eyes, why would I put them anywhere else? That’s a bit strange to me! I do have the Vicuna Eye Tint! But it’s not the same as topping with some SSP! I guess.. Do it at your own risk & liabilities belong to the consumer. One complaint of a person accidentally getting a ton on their eye probably caused the warning… Just saying.. Companies have to cover their arses!its like foundation & concealer on eyes.. Works fine. So does blush! If you have s layer of something on underneath to cushion it.. How badly could it be?

Christine Avatar

Sometimes dyes, types of sparkle/shimmer/glitter, or ingredients used in products designed for cheeks can irritate the eyes – some sparkles/glitters that are safe for nails, lips, or cheeks may actually scratch your eyes, so it could be a lot more than mild irritation. (Similarly, not everything you can use on your eyes or cheeks may be lip safe, as there is potential for ingestion.) As you said, to each their own, but it’s important to understand potential risks, but as I am not an expert in cosmetic chemistry, I lack the expertise to read through that ingredient list and make any claims other than to refer people to contact the brand.

xamyx Avatar

From the swatches I’ve seen, this looks promising, but since Jaclyn Hill gravitates towards warmer shades, I’ll have to either swatch in-person, or at least see more images. However, I still can’t imagine having to jump through hoops to get it, or squeeze it into the budget.

Emily Avatar

I personally really like Jaclyn. We all need to make money so collaborations and sponsored videos are her job, a lot of youtubers do the same exact thing.

I personally will not be getting it just because these type of products sell out so fast the headache isn’t even worth it. Just like the JH Morphe palette. I was fortunate enough to get one of those but after that debacle the time VS the quality of the product was not worth it at all.

Kenna Avatar

I’ve always questioned the legitimacy of YouTube beauty bloggers, but that being said, I’ve never tried any of Becca’s products, and since this is limited edition, it might be a good one to pick up. I’ve heard it’s coming into stores as well, so I might just wait until then. Buying products in an online frenzy isn’t worth the stress!

Lacey Avatar

I would have to see swatches/dupes for comparison before rushing to get this LE, but I do love the Becca highlighting powders I have so far. No comment on the collaboration, as I’m not familiar with her. 🙂

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