Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Souffle {Lychee/Opal}


To be honest I haven’t heard much about these.  I stumbled upon the Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflés during one of my recent trips to Sephora and thought they looked kinda cool.  They are a mix of Becca’s Beach Tints and the Shimmering Skin Perfecters.  There are six shades in all.  I picked up Lychee/Opal.  It is a pretty bubblegum pink mixed with golden opal.  These have a very odd texture.  It sort of reminds me of the Maybelline Bouncy Blushes but, a lot more bouncy.  Becca claims they are a four in one; a powder to add a pop of color, a stain to give staying power, an illuminating highlighter, and a cream to deliver a flawless finish.  I would definitely say they are creamy and illuminating.  The Lychee/Opal shade gives a nice flush to the face.  It really compliments my fair skin.  To apply I use a synthetic angled brush.  I feel like synthetic brushes pick up a whole lot  more color then real bristles would.  I do need about 2 applications to get the pigmentation I like.  It lasts on the face all day, so it really does stain.  Overall I am enjoying this product.  It is a bit different then anything I am used to and I enjoy that! 
  

What you tried these Soufflés yet ??

Love,
City Styles 

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Miss Louise says:

    I was worried about the shimmer, but by looking at your swatch my fears have disappeared! I might need to swatch these the next time I'm out shopping 😉

    http://www.lilting-grace.blogspot.com

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  2. gina cecelia says:

    Its not to shimmery at all! It has more of a sheen to it !

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