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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector® Liquid Highlighter
4.62 / 5 based on 2,226 Reviews
A dewy liquid luminizer for a natural, effortless glow.see more...
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I have just begun trying out highlighters, and this is one of my favorites. It gives your skin a beautiful, natural glow with out sparkle or glitter. Very easy to use with just your fingers and a blending sponge.
I wish I didn't by the liquid and I bought the pressed powder but this is great when your skin is dry and it's very pigmented. It's not that easy to apply because it pumps out so much and makes you look extra
I use this mixed in with foundation or just on my high points of my face it's more of a natural highlight because it's cream but you could also use as a base for powder highlight to make it really intense.
Very natural yet buildable and brings out only the positives in my skin. I also love the fact that I can build up a natural highlight with multiple Becca products or I can use the liquid skin perfector or primer without anything else and my skin looks natural and illuminated.
Product review depends on how you use it. This is great for highlighting your décolletage, however it completely broke up my foundation when applying it over top :/. Sadly I had to return, too expensive if it doesn't perform up to par
I also love this foundation it give you that glow look very natural look as well it lightweight smooth creamy and soft I love this is for all skin types amazing I recommend everyone I would buy again
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Would you recommend this shade for fair skin?
I'm a fan of other Becca products but I haven't gotten this yet. Is it easy to go really overboard with this and look almost clown-ish? And if you do go overboard, how easy is it to fix it? Do you have to basically start over with your makeup in that area or is it fairly easy to either rub off/cover up?
This may be a silly question but should you only use highlighter if you foundation?
Does this give a subtle, work appropriate glow?
I saw this mini at Sephora and I wanted to try it out before I buy the bigger one, but would Opal be too dark for a light skin tone? And does anyone know if the pressed, powder, or cream is better?
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