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BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector® Liquid Highlighter
4.62 / 5 based on 2,229 Reviews
A dewy liquid luminizer for a natural, effortless glow.see more...
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Review for: Opal (golden opal pearl) more...
Wow! Becca just doesn't let down with highlighting products. I own opal in the pressed powder format, but was hesitant to travel with a fragile pan, so I got this. So in love, I often reach for it before the pressed powder version!
Love love love this product when I'm going for a no make up make up lol. A little bb cream, mascara and this highlight really equals profection in like 5mins ❤ stunning glow without looking sparkley
Review for: Pearl more...
I love this product for both face Andy body.The formula is lovely, and has a dewy finish, and feels moisturizing on the skin.I would recommend it to everyone. There are different shades so can suit any skin tone. Really good to enhance a tan too. I would buy this again.
Review for: Moonstone more...
i really like this highlighter in the colour moonstone for my skin tone witch is a very pale white with yellow undertones, i fell like this colour is just the perfect one for me and i would recommend this highlighter for people with around the same-ish skin colour as me.
it is worth the hype An amazing product it is super long lasting Blends perfectly onto the skin It has a sheer coverage you can build the coverage as per your preferences i would definitely buy this again
Q & A
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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