Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured for Spring 2015

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured ($38.00) (New, Permanent)

The newest extension of the BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector™ franchise, this formula features multi-toned, ultrafine pigment pearls that adjust to the skin’s natural undertones and accentuate the high points of the face with targeted shimmer. Liquid hydrators create a smooth, creamy finish and high color payoff.

  • Pearl White pearl
  • Moonstone Pale gold
  • Opal Golden opal pearl
  • Rose Gold Soft gold infused with rose tones
  • Topaz Golden bronze pearl

Availability: Now at Sephora for VIB Rouges, coming soon for everyone

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Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured

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Moonstone is one of my favourite highlighters, but overall I think I prefer the pump liquid version because I often custom mix it with another product. I also think the pump version is considerably more hygienic.. No!, just crossed my mind, but seriously hope this isn’t the demise of the pump….

Praise the highlighter GODS! My Opal powder compact just shattered and I can’t pick up the product properly and I am so sad..hopefully this is as amazing as it sounds..Omg imagine using this first then the powder highlighter!! GORG!

It seems like they’re cream highlighters, but it’d be nice if it were in the description! The Sephora site describes it as “A pigment-rich, creamy formula that provides high color payoff with a soft, sophisticated shimmer.”

How are these different from the existing shimmering skin perfectors? Creams? And will you be doing swatches of the their limited edition skin perfector in Blushed Copper?

I really like the “original” formula (besides the fact mineral oil is at the top of the ingredients list…), but I’ve always wished Pearl was included in the range, so that’s the one I’ll eventually pick up.

I am wondering what everyone else id it seems..1) is this a cream version of the powders/liquids? 2) are they getting rid of the liquids ( in the pump bottle) . I too like WWendy like to mix that. hope to see reviews! Look gorgeous..my wallet is sneering at me!

Also, according to the brand, this formula is a new addition to the “fami
y” of Skin Perfectors, so it doesn’t seem anything is being DC’d-at least any time soon!

This is what i was told at sephora
becca makes the lowlight/highlight cream palette, this is the cream highlight product in a single pan form. Which makes no sense because you get .12oz of this in the palette for $42. In the new poured single form its .19oz for $38. I would pay the extra $4 and get the palette because you also get almost a full size of the lowlight too. buying it as a single you do get color choices. Buying it as the palette you get the original which is just an illuminating color (item 1649649) or the new palette which has poured opal(item1699669). this is just a cream form of the highlighters so it comes down to preference and which form you like. Its nice to have options you can get liquid, powder, and now cream.

I swatched the duo, but since I already had the sculpting cream, and the lumanizer reminded me too much of Opal, I decided to pass (I have Opal, as well, and it’s a bit too dark for a highlighter). However, as I stated above, I’ve always wished Pearl was available in a formula other than liquid, so this is ideal. Also, since the sculpting cream was released a while back, many people may already have it, so buying the duo would be a better option, and it can be customized. I have Opal & Moonstone in Pressed, so I won’t be buying those any time soon, but maybe in the future; I had a very hard time finding Moonstone in stock every time I was ready to buy it, so having both formulas available will also help in that respect!

As for “hygiene”, it’s no worse than applying lip products directly, or concealers & cream/liquid eyeshadows/primers, and using clean brushes/sponges helps…

You’re assuming that all women want the two colors. Many WOC in deeper skin tones don’t want or can’t use lighter colors offered in duos and palettes. I think this is a great alternative to buying a product you know you don’t want and/or won’t use. Everything that works for most doesn’t work for all. *no snark*

That was definitely not my intention i was just pointing out which way was more cost effective for a person that wanted to buy or try either product. Like i said it’s about preference and what products a person likes.i think becca is awesome for doing this i wish other companies would give more options. it seems like every time you buy something that has more than one product in it, you like some things but not others and you’re stuck with products you will never use. That’s money down the drain. with these you can pick exactly what you want and get your moneys worth.

I am obsessed with opal I think hat it is absolutely amazing. Becca always impresses with their new products so I have high hopes for this little guys
xx

Does anyone know if Rose gold was available on Sephora’s site? It is out of stock now. i am wondering if it has not been stocked or if it sold out quickly? 🙂

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