Becca prismatic amethyst highligher

O...M...G... Can we just take a minute of silence to appreciate the beauty of this highlighter. Not
only the pigment but the sculpting that's gone into the powder! I am truly speechless. Becca has
done it again, stepping up the highlighter game. I feel like all of my blog posts lately have been
about highlighters so I'm not going to apologise about it but instead do another one!

After seeing this only once I decided to purchase it, as it was such a beautiful highlighter that was also limited edition...which is basically a term for buy me now!! Despite the £32 price on Cult Beauty it didn't take much persuading for me to buy it. Seriously, just look at it clearly I'm obsessed. 

It only took a few days to arrived and didn't have any damage to it. The first thing I noticed was
the mermaid holographic sheen to the box. The packaging of the highlighter comes in is
silver and lilac compared to the regular silver and black packaging.

The highlighter itself is a muted lilac shade that still looks somewhat natural when applied to the skin. It has a smooth velvet texture which makes it easy to apply and work with, which helps add control and make it more buildable. I like to wear this with any makeup as it compliments the skin and adds a natural radiant glow that can be built up for a more dramatic night time look.

It's safe to say that I am obsessed with this highlighter. Make sure you check out my
review of the Becca x Jaclyn Hill champagne pop highlighter here.


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