Monday, 5 March 2018

Becca Apres Ski Glow Face Palette Review

Hey Everyone, 

Todays post is going to be a review of the Becca Apres Ski Glow Face Palette review. I have had this palette for just under three months and I have fell in love with it.
This palette was apart of the Becca Christmas Collection and it is such a great palette.

It contains three highlighters, two blushers and one bronzer. Two shades in this palette are new and exclusive to the palette and they are the shimmering skin perfecter pressed in Icicle and the mineral blush in Winter Berry. The rest of the shades are old shades from the Becca Range.

The rest of the shades are as follows: Rose Quartz shimmering skin perfecter pressed, Opal shimmering skin perfecter pressed, Blushed Copper Luminous Blush and Bronzed Bondi Sunlit Bronzer.

The size of the pans are relatively small in comparison to the full size's, these are 0.09oz and the full sizes are 0.28oz with regards to the highlighters, the blushers are 0.2oz full sized and the bronzer is 0.25oz. Now this doesn't bother me as I tend not to use up a full sized pan anyway but it may bother some so it's worth noting the difference in size.

The pigmentation of the shades is great and I find all bar the bronzer to be very wearable on my fair skin. I can use the bronzer but I have to be extremely careful with it as to not make it look muddy. I find this palette would work on a range of different skin tones. Becca actually has swatches of all the shades on three different skin tones from light to deep, they have also shown how to use the palette to create a look on both light and deeper skin tone thus highlighting it's versatility.

The shade selection in this palette is on point, Becca really did a great job. Winter Berry is a perfect shade to give you that flushed rosy cheeks look, while Blushed Copper is a gorgeous copper shade as the name suggests. Bronzed Bondi is a great warm bronze which is probably more suited to lighter to deep skin tones. The three highlighters are stunning Rose Quartz is a gorgeous pinky shade, Icicle is a stunning white which can reflect blue at times due to the sheen it has and finally Opal is a gorgeous nude highlight.

I find the shades in this palette to go on beautifully, they blend like a dream. I find the wear time fairly decent as well they last a good few hours on the skin.
Overall I find this to be a great palette very versatile. You can get a range of different looks from this palette and can even mix the highlighters if you want although I haven't tried it yet.
I find this to be a palette I can use not only in the Winter but can be used even in the spring and summer depending on the look I am going for.

I 100% recommend this product so if you are able to get your hands on it, I suggest you do so. I would love to know your thoughts on this palette?

Thanks For Reading,
Until Next Time,
Heathers World 

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