BECCA Makeup Collection for Spring 2016

It will be easier to say what brand is not bringing out a new foundation/base product for SS16 (a lot of cushions and foundations with a dropper). But I am personally most excited about BECCA, hands down. They just know what a good base is and they always deliver.

Let’s take a look at the new products.

BECCA Makeup Collection for Spring 2016 Foundation and primer

BECCA Aqua Luminous Perfecting Foundation ($44 from Sephora)

“A light, buildable foundation that imparts subtle luminosity with a weightless feel. Every weightless drop of fluid imparts subtle luminosity that blurs imperfections and leaves a soft-focused glow. ”

There are 8 shades in the line from Fair to Deep Bronze (both shown above).

Here is actually a video that demonstrates the foundation really well.

BECCA Backlight Priming Filter ($38 from Sephora and £32 from Cult Beauty)

“Infused with three unique Filtering Luminescent Pearls, each one adds a different drop of diffused light. Blended together, they impart a one-of-a-kind, lightweight, whipped fluid that creates a smooth canvas and acts as an instant filter, while the vitamin E-enriched formula minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.”

BECCA Backlight Priming Filter Spring 2016 promo

I really  love the idea of both products but there are actually four colour correctors, too.

BECCA Backlight Targeted Colour Corrector ( $30 from Sephora)BECCA Backlight Targeted Colour Corrector spring 2016

  • Violet – neutralizes dullness to brighten skin tone
  • Pistacio – neutralizes redness to even skin tone
  • Papaya – neutralizes deep blues and greens to even skin tone
  • Peach – neutralizes dark spots and hyperpigmentation to even skin tone

I used to have some colour correcting pigments from Make Up For Ever but I’ve barely used them, and do you use such products?

7 thoughts on “BECCA Makeup Collection for Spring 2016”

  1. The colour correctors are interesting. I have never used one that is why so curious about these. Love the packaging and the colors as well. I will checking on these…….

  2. I am back to let you know that I purchased a colour corrector and backlight primer. The foundation lightest shade is way too dark!

    What I don’t know what to do is which one do I put on first? The primer or the colour corrector?

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