Sneak Peek: Becca Mineral Blushes Photos & Swatches

Becca Mineral Blushes
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Here are eight shades of Becca Mineral Blush ($32.00 for 0.20 oz.) that I bought when I spotted them on Sephora this past week. There is a ninth blush, Damselfly that has been out forever, but it is out of stock and I’m not certain when or if it will be coming back into stock… which I’ve apparently reviewed before (in 2012), so I’ll try to see if I still have it and redo swatches.

From what I can tell, the range has gone through a slight packaging and labeling update, but the ingredients don’t seem to have changed from existing shades when compared against the list I have from 2012. Nightingale, Hyacinth, and Lantana are brand new, though! I hope to review these over time, but for now, enjoy these swatches!



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Nancy T Avatar

Ugh!!! Nightingale takes my breath away! It’s simply GORGEOUS! And Sweet Pea would be awesome as a bronzey cheek color to do with a contour/highlight high-def type of look! Lantana and Hyacinth look great, but I believe I’m covered with my ColourPop Quarters and Pie for those two.

Danielle Avatar

Nightingale and Songbird are stand outs to me. Though, from the swatch, Songbird looks a bit more highlightery.. What did you think?

Alecto Avatar

For the right shade of warm-toned skin, I think it would be a stunning highlight. I believe Sweetpea and Wild Honey would work well with a medium-dark skin (Sweetpea would be nice for someone with slightly cooler tones).

Gina Avatar

These all look so beautiful! Normally I’m not into cooler pinks like Gypsy, but the golden shimmer makes it so interesting.

Nicole Avatar

The Sephora near me has a few: the warm toned ones and slots for the other ones. I swatched them today after seeing this post because they look gorgeous. But, I stopped myself and said I will wait for your reviews because the powder kick-up was crazy. I know that doesn’t always translate on the skin and I am hoping not. The sheen in these is gorgeous.

Gillian Avatar

The two jumping out at me as the kind of colours I’d wear are Gypsy and Flowerchild. I’ve wanted to get Gypsy for a while and I’ve seen it reduced but never bought it. Is it worth waiting for the new version or should I just get it now if the formula is the same. :/

Lulu Avatar

I ordered Flowerchild without much information or reviews because I am forming a “Becca problem.” Now Hyacinth is calling my name. Commence the hoarding!

Nana Avatar

I’ve had “songbird” for about three years and it’s one of my favourite blushes ever. I’m a dark-skinned black woman and it looks amazing on me without looking overdone. I’d definitely say it’s a blush rather than a highlighter though.

mina Avatar

Gorgeous. Warm is a good thing for me yay!!! No more settling for the cool tines. Becca is slowly becoming my favorite brand. I have blushed copper and champagne pop will be my first highlighter (besides nars Frenzy) and I will check these Blushes out in person

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