BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Pearl Review and Swatches. An Absolute Must Have

If you read my blog for  some time, you probably already know that I LOVE BECCA! But how did it all started?

It all started with the Shimmering Skin Perfector.  I love highlighters and I had quite a few but  was still searching for the perfect one when Lisa Eldridge recommended me her all time favourite one!

I am sorry that it doesn’t look that nice but I’ve been using it for a long time already

BECCA LOVE

I never tried BECCA so the prices scared me off a bit (they are the same as Chanel, Dior etc). This particular product is £33/€45/$41. But I’ve decided to give it a try, and ordered mine from zuneta.

And I am so happy that I did! Now this is a must have for me. Moreover, I liked it so much that I’ve decided to try ALL the products from the brand, and I am slowly getting there.

But back to the highlighter. Yes, you may think that £33 is too expensive but seriously, you get 50ml, just think about it! Fifty ml of a highlighter when all you need is a tiny amount of  the product. It means that it will last you for ages.

Shimmering Skin Perfector is also a great investment  if you are a Make-Up Artist, you can just get several shades of the SSP and you are done with highlighters for a long time ahead!

This is how the pump looks like

Texture and Finish

And what about the quality?

Givenchy Le Prisme Enchante Embellishing Luminous Powder Review and Swatches

Givenchy Antigona bag is currently on top of my wish list so I am totally in love with the brand’s LE PRISME ENCHANTÉ Embellishing Luminous Powder – Face & Blush ( £42 / €65.50) which is a part of their  Christmas collection.

It is like my new favourite “toy”,  I  have been using it every single day ever since I’ve got it.

This is how the design looks like.

You get a makeup brush to use with this powder/blush and four different shades that can be used separately or mixed together.

Some are cool toned and some are warm toned. All shades give a delicate shimmer as they have a finely milled texture, it doesn’t look like you have glitter or shimmer on you face, just a beautiful glow.

I  love using it as a

French & Fabulous Palette by Too Faced. Review and Swatches

French & Fabulous palette ($28.5) was a part of  a  holiday collection by Too Faced but it is still available at their website.  Since I didn’t find anything interesting for myself in their Spring 2010 collection I got this palette and I am very happy  that I did!

Here is what is written about it:

“Become beauty royalty and claim your throne with this majestic Collection of six eye shadows, highlighter and bronzer! This queen’s treasure of Too Faced’s most legendary shades will secure your crown and your place amongst the glamour monarchy!”

Tips and Tricks

1. Intensify your eye color by applying the deeper shades as liner, then smudge color under the eye.

2. Apply the paler shadow shades all over from lash to brow for use as a soft, eye-opening base.

3. Use Shadow Insurance Eye Primer before shadow application to lock in your lid look!

4. Use Pink Leopard Bronzer for a skin-perfecting, illuminated finish.

And this is how the palette looks like inside:

As you can see that there are 2 bronzers and 6 eye shadows. So here is my opinion about them all + swatches.

Bronzers

“Best-Selling Bronzers: Our two most coveted bronzers work with a variety of skin tones to illuminate and bronze.”

Pink Leopard Highlighting Bronzer

Sun Bunny Bronzer

I really love both bronzers, they are amazing! Although Too Faced has a set with 3 bronzers and a brush I wanted to get some of their shadows so this is why I got this set.  Now I understand why these 2 bronzers are bestsellers – they are perfect. The colours are amazing and look they great on the face.  Plus it’s easy to work with them. (sun bunny is darker and pink leopard is lighter)

Single Eyeshadows

Totally Toasted Brown & Totally Toasted Beige

These two are great colours for everyday use and will look nice on everyone.

Poodle Puff Raisin, Poodle Puff Pink, Ooh & Aah

All 3 shades contain

Inglot Body Sparkles in 54 Review and Swatches. Love It

I’ve wanted to try Inglot’s Body Sparkles for quite a long time but I couldn’t figure out which shade to get but finally I made up my mind and got the #54.

I couldn’t make up my mind because they all are so SO gorgeous. Most of them  have a very subtle iridescent shimmer but some contain fine glitter. In the jars they make look very similar (although they are not on the website) but they give you a different frosty shade. I was kind of torn apart but finally got the one with warm toned, golden peach shimmer.

So here is how it looks like in the jar

As these are body sparkles you can use them all over your body and I personally like using it on my eyes.  It looks gorgeous used over a primer with a liner and mascara. But you can also use it over the cream eye shadows for a pretty shimmery effect of press over the powder eye shadows for the dimensional look.

And this is how it looks like inside.

Lets take a look at the swatches

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Colour Set For Cheeks Review and Swatches

Regular readers will know how much I love Watercolour blushers from Daniel Sandler. In fact, I have written a very detailed review of them with tips from Daniel himself. 

So this feature will be mostly about the new shades, and  not an in-depth review.  And there is a kit of four colours! It retails for £49.50 while a single shade is £16.50 which makes each shade from the kit retail for £12.3!

So what are you getting?

  •  Moonglow, sheer, pearlescent white highlighter
  •  Sun Glow, a warm, golden bronze illuminator
  •  Luxe, a delicate, matte peach
  •  Pop, a medium toned, matte pink

Each bottle is 15ml.

My personal favourite shade is