Becca Light Shifter Dewing Tint ($30.00 for 1.0 fl. oz.) is a new, tinted moisturizer that sounded a whole lot like an ultra-sheer, tinted luminizing product a la Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (HFF) and AURIC Glow Lust, especially when I compared the ingredient lists.
I bought three shades initially–the ones most suitable for my skin tone–as I wasn’t sure, but they definitely sheer out a lot and look and perform very similarly to the aforementioned products, so I purchased the five additional shades as well. The biggest difference is Becca really pushes it as a tinted moisturizer first, e.g. for all-over usage, while using it on its own on the high points of the face sounds more like a secondary way to use it. With HFF and Glow Lust, they seem designed to be mixed in/worn under base products as the more primary use. I do think Becca’s is more comparable to Glow Lust, as it had a stronger tint that came through (particularly when used as a standalone but was very sheer all-over) and finer, less visible pearl than HFF.
Becca Light Shifter Finishing Veil ($34.00 for 0.25 oz.) was launched alongside the tinted moisturizer, and it sounded a bit like Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powders, but they definitely aren’t–more tinted/visible (in tint) on and true to their “satin” finish as described. I originally bought one shade that I expected would be closest to my skin tone, but it was a little dark, so I had to buy the lightest shade!