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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector® Liquid Highlighter
4.62 / 5 based on 2,228 Reviews
A dewy liquid luminizer for a natural, effortless glow.see more...
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This highlighter is so dreamy to use - it isn't obnoxious but it looks absolutely beautiful. It is very easy to apply, even easier to blend. It lasts quite a long time on my skin. I would say it is in-between shimmery and matte - it is a very natural finish.
I have this in Champagne Pop and Moonstone. I love the look that it gives my skin. I use it with a wet Beauty Blender for the most natural look. The bottle is a nice size so it last a while. I will be buying again when I run out. I would recommend others to try it.
This is a stunning product. I have mine in the shade champagne pop. I usually use mine mixed in with my foundation, but occasionally I'll use it under my foundation. You could even use it on it's own and it would be beautiful!
This product is actual liquid moonlight in a bottle! I love the subtle but radiant shimmer that comes with the finished makeup look (especially in the Moonstone shade). Best of all, the highlighter doesn't irritate my skin, so I can use this iconic product with ease!
THE BOMB it leaves your skin with the dewy moisturizing look without making it look cakey or too weird and I honestly think it's worth it and I would recommend to everyone and I'm definitely buying it again!!
This is my all time favorite highlighter! It looks so good on so many complexions, and gives a more natural, glowy finish. I like to dab it on withy fingers, then use a damp beauty blender to push it into the skin.
Love my Becca SKIN PERFECTOR in opal. It does what it says. It makes my face glow and never looks fake or overdone This is my first purchase but won't be my last. Initially it seemed pricey, but I'm using it just about daily and it seems to have hardly made a dent
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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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