Becca Mineral Blush
Becca Mineral Blush

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Becca Gypsy : The pressed shimmer powders I think were my first purchases from Becca, I was just drawn to the prettiness of the shimmer and I consider these to be more refined then some of the other shimmer powders in my collection as they are totally non-glitzy and not particularly frosty. Gypsy is a very pretty mid-pink with a beautiful golden shimmer. When applied to the skin, the pink isn't as strong as it appears in the pan as the gold shines through the pink equally. Sometimes I use this on it's own ...
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Becca Damselfly : The blush compact is really interesting. There is a silver part in the middle with the brand name etched on it, and the rest is brown rubber. The blush might not seem big, but it does contain 6 grams (0.20 oz) of product just like most other blushes (Tarte, MAC...). The compact isn't hefty, but it doesn't feel like cheap plastic either which is a big bonus! It also comes with a mirror, which might come in handy! Damselfly is a coral orange with golden sheen. The powder is silky fine without f...
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Becca Damselfly : Becca Damselfly Mineral Blush is described as a "bright coral." It's more like a muted coral-orange with a warm, golden sheen. It's a bit like MAC My Paradise but softer, less orange. Make Up For Ever #153 is pinker, more shimmery. MAC Marine Life is slightly pinker with less of a golden sheen. Becca's Mineral Blushes are supposed to "impart natural, luminous color" with a long-wearing formula that never looks cakey or chalky. It delivers a healthy amount of pigmentation with very little prod...
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Becca Damselfly : Damselfly is a gorgeous pink-y peach with a satin/shimmer finish. I've swatched it next to NARS Orgasm and theBalm Hot Mama. You can see that in comparison, Damselfly is not nearly as glittery as Orgasm and less pink than the other two. The texture of the BECCA Mineral Blushes is incredibly soft. It's almost crumbly so you will get excess powder when you swirl your brush in them. They have great pigmentation and are easy to blend. The shimmer in them is so refined that it gives your cheeks a ...
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Becca Wild Honey : Wild Honey is described as a peachy nude. I think of nudes as having a beige or brown base, but other than that, it's a term that can describe such a range of colors. To me, colors like Wild Honey look less like any one single color and more like a blend of many. I uploaded an image of Wild Honey onto a Color Palette Generator, which says the blush is a blend of muted warm browns, pale burnt orange-y beige tones, dusty pinks, and light salmon peachy pinks. On my warm-toned skin, it leans more...
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Becca Wild Honey : Hello, lovelies! The blush I'm reviewing today is one I want to recommend to everyone. This cute UFO lived up to all my expecations. The color might be a tad too warm for some but I like the sun-kissed glow it gives me. Wild Honey seems to me like a burnt peach. Actually, it's really similar to MAC's Warm Soul Mineralize Blush which I reviewed very recently. Wild Honey seems to be a more pigmented, less shimmery version of Warm Soul. Those are fantastic news because I mentioned in my review t...
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