BECCA Beach Tint in Papaya is an intense orange, much like the sweet flesh of papaya fruit. BECCA Papaya has a watery gel consistency. The color from the tube is very concentrated and only a small amount is necessary. When layered like below, it's much more concentrated than anything I own. Compared to the juice orange of MAC Optimistic Cremeblend blush, BECCA Papaya looks hotter and a slightly redder. NARS Liberte blush (reviewed here) is more burnished orange. Tarte Frisky is a red toned blush; you can see that BECCA Papaya is more orange than red. BECCA beach tint is best blended on with fingers for a sheerer effect. The idea of a water-resistant stain is taken quite seriously; I had a tough time removing the color off my arm after swatching.
BECCA Beach Tint in Papaya is an awakening orange that is sure to add brightness to any look. It looks intense when full power, but blends out to be a pretty orange tint. Thanks for reading! Have you tried BECCA Beach Tints? Are there any on your wishlist? What are your favorite gel or cream blushes?
P.S. For more BECCA, be sure to check out my review of BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone (see here).
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration by PR. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own.
oh brightening orange it is!!! i really want to try the fig color for cooler months and maybe watermelon? for spring and summer!ReplyDelete
thanks for the review!!!! i love the swatches
Thanks J! Fig looks like a beautiful color for cooler months :) I've been eyeing grapefruit for both the name and color.Delete
Wow! That's really orange! I love it! These are the best thing when travelling on holidays. They stay put all day on me!ReplyDelete
Hi Tracy, I def. remember learning about BECCA Beach Tints from Beauty Reflections!Delete
I love becca beach tints! fig is the only one I don't like (looked muddy on me). I am so glad they released some new colours, they look kinda natural even if the colour looks scary (not blended). love <3 / ClaireReplyDelete
Hi Claire, I can imagine that the bright colors would look beautiful on you. I think you're right about the natural look. I do think they blend out easily.Delete
I have to grab one of these some day! I think I always get a little intimidated by how full-on they look when swatched, but apparently everyone says they're easy to blend! Thanks for sharing Dovey :)ReplyDelete
Hi Sunny, I hope you get to try one! I was worried too when I first squeezed this hot orange out, however it was easy to blend out.Delete
This wasn't even on my radar previously, but it's such a fabulous orange! Quite a unique shade. I think I have to have it!ReplyDelete
Hi Larie, it is a daring, which is what I think of when I think of you :)Delete
i realized that i do not own any orange lipsticks that goes with my reddish orange sweaters for fall.ReplyDelete
this one might be a good candidate, since it is a double duty stuff
Hi Mallard Duck, I think so! I don't have much orange in my collection, so it's helpful to have something that's double duty, as you mentioned!Delete
I would have been all over Papaya in the summer! Have been admiring Becca products from afar for a long time now. Hopefully they'll make it into the Canadian Sephoras soon!ReplyDelete
Hi Liz, Me too, I've been hoping to try them for some time now. I did think Papaya seemed like a summer color, however I think the orange will work well as an autumnal tone too, if it's blended outDelete
Ahh Becca Beach Tint! Been wanting to try this especially after watching Lisa Eldridge's video bout cream blusher <3ReplyDelete
Hi Memoiselle, I'll have to watch the video now! Thanks for the rec :)Delete
SO gorgeous!!! This would be amazing with summer-bronzed skin. Ooooh I think I will grab this one come warmer weather! :)ReplyDelete
Papaya looks so juicy! I have my eye on Lychee and Dragonfruit, and despite my trying to sit on my hot little makeup hands, I think I need to get both.ReplyDelete