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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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I have opal in both poured and pressed versions. I prefer becca poured highlights because they are more subtle and suitable for everyday , were the pressed can be quite harsh if used with a heavy hand. This color is perfect for summer on top of bronzer.
This is just soo soo BEAUTIFULLL!!!! I have yet to buy the full size, I`ve only ever tried samples of this and I LOVE it!! Makes you look glowy, healthy and natural! It mixes well with any foundation, especially full coverage matte foundations :) This is great for any one that ones a beautiful glow!
I bought the two pack sample travel size version in the Sephora checkout line. I love this and apply it to my nose, and top of cheek bone area. It leaves the most gorgeous subtle glow. I sometimes apply it to my collar bone on a night out too.
This is bomb even I don't really like liquid product or even cream. But it's so nice on my skin every one asks me what I'm wearing in my cheek bones . Definitely will order more becca stuff like champagne pop I'm dreaming about it
You cant go wtong with becca. I have the liquid and powder highlighters. Love them both. Depending on the mood I'm in will determine which i use liquid or powder. And on very good days, i use both.
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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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