Top-Rated BECCA Products: 93K Reviews
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When you have a brand as legendary as BECCA, it's hard not to want to scoop up every single product on the market. The highlighters, the lipsticks, the powders—we want it all. Although our vanity spaces won't quite allow for the full collection, we can make sure our beauty bags include the best of BECCA. Based on more than 66K makeup-obsessed Influenster reviews, here are the very best BECCA makeup products.
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I do have combination skin and the oily parts of my face get very oily, so something to note is that if you have oily cheeks and you apply the blush to the apples of your cheeks, your face may look extra shiny like plastic if you forget to blot your face throughout the day.
On my YouTube channel (girlonSunday), you can see the blush in Tigerlily demo'd and compared to Rose Gold and Champagne Pop. ...read more
I received this product as a free sample for review in Becca VoxBox and I was immediately drawn to the packaging...it is just so pretty! I LOVE it so much!! I always forget whether I need to twist to the right or to the left so I struggle just a bit but yeah.
This awesome gem sure blurs out my pores and other imperfections, and it doesn't settle into fine lines. I get really oily around my forehead and cheeks, and a little bit of this helps reduce shine instantly. I also love the subtle glow that it gives me, which is something that many powders don't do. What I mean is that it does make your skin look perfect and poreless but it doesn't make sure skin look super matte! It's still matte but adds just a bit of that radiance which is perfect! I can also say that this powder did help keep my makeup intact, and even layering it didn't make my skin look too cakey or anything like that. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a less super-matte looking powder that does not cake up or settle into fine lines! ...read more
There are times where if you don't moisture thoroughly or evenly, then the primer will cling and dry there and when you proceed to put on the foundation, it'll look weirdly patchy. You'd be able to tell where you placed the foundation. So just be weary of that.
Some tricks and tips, is to use a light hand and blend it once or twice over your face. Don't rub the primer like you're putting on sun block. A put a little extra layer on your pores to make your face look completely air brushed and poreless free. ...read more