Becca highlighters

Is there anything prettier than Becca shimmering skin perfectos? I don't think so. I don't know whether it's the packaging, geometric printing, names or shades that makes them irresistible. Becca is a huge company that sky rocketed after launching their collaboration with Jaclyn Hill, and have made been creating some of the best highlighters ever since. 

My collection started a few years ago after falling in love with the shade moonstone, and after 
Jaclyn Hill released her collaboration in the shade champagne pop, that's when I knew it would 
start growing. I didn't buy anymore shades until they released prismatic amethyst and have recently picked up prosecco pop and bronzed amber. Since these are pricey highlighters I wanted to share my opinions on them for people whom are interested in picking one up for themselves. 

Moonstone - A pale, iridescent gold 
Champagne pop - Soft gold with pinky peach undertones
Prosecco pop - True ethereal gold who wants a flash of radiance
Bronzed amber - Pearly bronze with a copper undertone
Prismatic Amethyst - Multi toned lavender illuminator

These highlighters retail at £32 each or £15 each for their new mini size, and are available in 13 shades on the Cult Beauty website. This creamy powdered highlighters are described as crushed gemstones in a compact, which I definitely have to agree with. Each highlighter is fine and weightless on the skin, and apply evening  whilst highlighting your natural radiance. My favourite highlighter out of my collection is definitely champagne pop as it suits my skin and enhances my natural beauty. 


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