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Review: Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflé



For some reason these Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflés completely flew by me. I remember hearing about them at some point but they didn't spark an interest until a couple weeks ago. I had about three different shades in my Sephora basket (classic me) but ended up opting for the shade watermelon/moonstone. 

Becca claims that this is a "lightweight formula that packs four must-have qualities into one formula: a powder to add a pop of colour  a stain to give staying power, an illuminating highlighter, and a cream to deliver a flawless finish. Water-resistant, each pot combines Becca’s bestselling Beach Tint with a Shimmering Skin Perfector™ for effortlessly buildable, complexion-enhancing colour, soothing hydration, and a youthful glow." 

Initially I was a little disappointed with this because the colour came off extremely sheer on me, but it's buildable and it showed up after about 3-4 layers. As mentioned above Becca's famous Shimmering Skin Perfectors are in each of these blushes and the more you build the colour up the stronger the highlight. These can get extremely glow-y and I absolutely love it, but the more it's built up you run the risk of accentuating any "imperfections", but honestly at the end of the day everyone has pores, so that doesn't really bother me. 


I put this blush through the ultimate test...an 11 hour day at Disneyland (hence the ears haha) and at the end of the day, while faded, the blush was still there. As the name would suggest, the consistency is a whipped soufflé texture and although it goes on like a cream it doesn't feel tacky on the skin at all, which is something I really appreciate. This leaves your skin looking healthy and radiant and I have a feeling I'll be wearing this a lot this summer. 

I have my eye on a few other lighter shades but I have a feeling they won't show up much on my skin tone, maybe I'll look into the brighter shades. If you're interested in these I would definitely recommend taking a look at them in person because they look a lot more intimidating in the pot than they actually apply, but they are a winner in my books.

I hope you all had a great week and weekend! What are some of your summer staples?

8 comments

  1. I love these! I have Watermelon/Moonstone and Papaya/Topaz. If you want more pigment go with the second one, it's meant for darker skin tones and shows up really well on my medium skin. I want Raspberry/Opal next :)

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    1. Papaya/Topaz is going to be the next one I pick up! I think it will look absolutely gorgeous with a bit of a tan :)

      xx

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  2. These look so pretty! I've had my eye on these for a while now. I've really been debating which one to get because they're all so beautiful.
    xx

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    1. I would definitely recommend the Watermelon/Moonstone because it's a colour that I could see going with so many different makeup looks!

      xx

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  3. Wonderful review! I must check these out! Have a lovely Sunday

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    1. Thank you so much! I hope you had a great weekend xx

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  4. Ooh this was so helpful, I bought one of these a few months ago but had no idea how to use it, it's way too pink to use as a highlighter which is what I thought it was at the time. I will definitely be retrying this as a blush it's a stunning colour :)
    xxx Claire
    http://wwwclairabelle.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. This looks like a beautiful blush, I would probably double duty this and wear it as an eyeshadow as well. I've been really interested in Becca lately, I need to start trying some of their products!

    www.thesundaymode.blogspot.com.au

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