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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector® Liquid Highlighter
4.62 / 5 based on 2,227 Reviews
A dewy liquid luminizer for a natural, effortless glow.see more...
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I love liquid highlighters. This blends beautifully into foundation for a dewy look or on top to give extra shine. You don’t need to use much at all for this to work and it lasts FOREVER
Such a great liquid highlighter!! I have fair skin and it looks beautiful and it's not over powering or blinding. It leaves a soft glow on your skin. They formula is amazing as well.
I️ love mixing this stuff in with my foundation to give myself a nice dewey glow! The color I️ have is Prosecco pop. It is like a light gold, I️ wouldn’t recommend this color!
When I came across BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid I squealed. It was the trifecta I was looking for - skin perfector, shimmering, and liquid! I swooped up the Opal skin perfector and raced home. I was ready to glow and shimmer! For the next three weeks is tried every technique I could think of. I so wanted this to be my Holy Grail of shimmer and glow! I tried it before primer. I tried it mixed with my foundation. I tried adding it as a liquid highlighter with a brush, my finger, and a sponge. I so wanted to love it! No matter what technique I used, it MAGNIFIED every pore, crease, and hair on my face. In fact, I had no idea I had so many hairs on my face! It was a bit scary. It also always felt a bit tacky. So in summary, as a woman of 55, this was not a product for me. However, I do believe it would be a wonderful option for a younger person.
I love using this under foundation to give a “glowing from within” look. Not technically a primer but I do find that it helps my makeup last throughout the day as well.
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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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