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Becca’s recent resurgence as a makeup authority definitely warrants an updated must have list! Let’s keep it real, Becca is one of the pricier lines in Sephora (and now it can be found in Ulta, Lord & Taylor and other retailers), with a few products hitting the $40+ mark. I’ve been a big fan of the brand years ago, and here’s what I think you should try. I wrote a must have post in 2009, but Becca has changed so much, it was time to make a new one! Here are the best products Becca makes, in my humble opinion.
Ultimate Coverage Concealing Creme
This ultra creamy, opaque concealer is packed with pigment. It’s one of the most sturdy, long lasting concealers I’ve ever owned. I usually apply this with my finger, but because of how rich this is, I like to blend with a sponge. I wear the color Treacle.
Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme
Matte, creamy, perfection. I only like to use this foundation during the cooler months because it’s definitely a thicker foundation and gives a more “pronounced” look. Either way, the look is insanely polished and basically undetectable. I wear the color Sienna in this foundation, but in most other Becca foundations, I wear Mink.
Check out my video review of these two products here (and be sure to subscribe to my channel on Youtube!):
Shimmering Skin Perfector (liquid, powder & cream)
I tried to make this one product choice, but it comes in three formulas, and I love all three equally. Slowly but surely, Becca is becoming a giant because of their shimmery goods.
Original (liquid)- I like to mix this in with my moisturizer, or I apply it over my moisturizer.
Pressed (powder)- I use a soft, fluffy brush for this. The color is really intense, so use a light hand.
Poured (cream)- I usually apply this with my fingers over my liquid or cream foundation.
Because I’m a brown girl, of course I went straight for bronzy and beautiful Topaz first. I own it in all three formulas, and I use it often. Here’s a photo I shared from TrendMood on my Instagram page, you can see all of the permanent and one of the limited edition powder shades. I bought Blushed Copper, shown below, as well. There’s also Champagne Pop by Jacalyn Hill, which was a huge deal. Everyone loved it, and I almost bought it too. However, I really, really don’t need more highlighters and this one was so light that I’d rarely use it.
Ultimate Color Gloss
Pure color. Velvety texture. Non-sticky. There aren’t that many shades, so it’s easy to narrow down a few. When in doubt, go with Palm Breeze or Pink Lotus.
I can go on and on about the products that I’ve been going crazy over for the brand (Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector, mineral powder, mineral blush) but I’m trying as hard as I can to narrow the list down! If you have any Becca products that you love, leave a comment and share below!