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Shimmering Skin Perfectors aka The Prettiest Highlighters in the World


I have been wanting to try some Becca products for ages and I have finally got my hands on some of their cult beauty products, the Shimmering Skin Perfectors

I purchased both the Liquid Illuminator and the Pressed Powder. I love these things and although they're pretty pricey at £30-£33 they're still such beautiful products. I mean c'mon, look...

...highlighters are difficult to see in swatches but as you can see, they're very pigmented and very illuminating.

Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed:
Moonstone is a light gold champagne highlight and I find that there are some glitter particles which are slightly too big but the powder itself is ultra fine and the glow factor is so incredible that I can live with it, just as long as I am careful with my placement. It's great to highlight inner corners or even used as an all over the lid shadow. But on the cheekbones it is just stunning, almost wet or metallic looking. But if you use a light hand you can easily get just a subtle highlight. 
However this formula is very unique as rather than just a traditional pressed powder, they blend pigments with liquid binders creating a creamy formula which, quite frankly is highlighter perfection. 
The packaging looks like a space ship, it's simple yet effective and as a compact it has a nice big mirror. Plus it's safe for travelling with as its light and closes securely. Because this is so pigmented you barely need any so this is going to last forever. 

Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid:
The best way to describe this is a skincare/makeup hybrid as it's designed as a shimmering tinted moisturiser to add subtle colour and a healthy-looking, radiant complexion. It also has antioxidant vitamins A, B, D and E which encourage skin cell repair and protects against free radical damage whilst having SPF 20+, UVA and UVB ray protection. So you can use it as a moisturiser, primer or mixed in with your regular base products, but it looks great mixed in with foundation, or as a cream highlight on the cheekbones too.
The packaging is perfect for this, I'm glad it's not in a pot, but the only thing with this is that it can pump out slightly too much depending on what I am using it for. But you get a lot in this so the value for money is outstanding due to its versatility.

There's a total of 5 shades in both formulas: Opal, Moonstone, Topaz, Champagne Gold and Rose Gold. I plan on trying some of those too as they're just so stunning and versatile.
There's quite a few products I want to try from Becca, mainly complexion products and cheek products but I'm sure the eye products are worth checking out too. 

Have you tried anything from Becca before? What do you recommend? 

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