Becca Shimmering Skin Perfectors have been all the rave in the last two years, whether they are liquid or pressed, they are everything you need to get the candlelight glow. Over the holidays (Dec 2015) Becca Cosmetics and Jaclyn Hill had collaborated released a limited edition trio highlight palette. Even though this specific palette is no longer available- ALL three shades that are being reviewed can be purchased online or in store from Sephora.
The packaging on this palette is super sleek and study, unlike the regular compact packaging which is prone to shatter. The trio is a compact travel-friendly option for those who like to have options on-the-go or even want to mix to customize their glow.
Looking at the shades provided we have three- Pearl, Champagne Pop, and Blushed Copper.
Pearl swatches to be a stark white pigment- great for fair to medium skin, I prefer to lightly dust this over my cheekbones and the inner corners of my eyes to capture light.
If you have not heard about the coveted Champagne Pop- feel free to lift that rock you've been living under and say hello to the lightest, brightest, and most stunning highlighter you will ever see. Oh, and the best part, it is now a part of the permanent Becca Cosmetics line.
Champagne Pop is a peachy-gold that makes you look 'hella' lit from within. The finely milled formula captures the light and brings out a natural yet super glowly highlight. Luckily this shade will work for most everyone. Be weary if you are fair...this shade would not be suitable for extremely fair skin, but if you have even the slightest tan or olive undertone, you do not need to look any further.
Blushed Copper is an interesting choice to be a highlighter, Blushed Copper is a rust-gold shade. This shade would be beautiful for deep skin for the top of the cheeks, although on my skin it works best as a blush topper, If I'm feeling super glam I will take some on a synthetic flat eyeshadow brush, spray it with MAC Fixed+ and dab it on the centre of my lid to capture the light beautifully.
Over all these highlighters are everythingggg, in my opinion they apply best with a fan brush or even a damp Beauty Blender.
Do you own any of these or other Becca Shimmering Skin Perfectors? Tell me below what you think of them :)