To celebrate BECCA Cosmetic's recent partnership with Sephora, I have a review of BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector SPF25+ in Moonstone to share with you today. The Shimmering Skin Perfectors are a fan favorite from the BECCA line of cosmetics. These liquid illuminators can be used in a number of ways: dabbed on the cheekbones and nose bridge as highlights, under foundation as a luminizing base, or mixed in with foundation for a brightening effect.
Moonstone is the newest color in the BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector lineup. There are six colors total, four of which are carried at Sephora. The upright packaging has a matte plastic feel and has a nice metal logo detailing on cap top. The Shimmering Skin Perfectors contain 1.7 oz of product, which should last a very long time if you are only using it for highlighting purposes. I did notice that one full pump is way too much for simple highlighting on my cheekbones. The product has a thicker moisturizer like feel, as opposed to a runny consistency.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone a light golden beige highlight color that looks natural against my light skintone. NARS Copacabana Multiple (reviewed here) is lighter and has more beige and pink tones. You can appreciate the intensity of color and sheen when compared to the pale powder highlight color of MAC Crew. MAC Whisper of Gilt Extra Dimension Skinfinish is very similar and perhaps only slightly more golden. Guerlain Terracotta Sun in the City (reviewed here) is more yellow-gold and less beige.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector SPF25+ is a natural golden beige highlight that will complement a range of skin tones. Its versatility allows it to be used alone as a highlight or as a part of a foundation/base. Only a small amount is required; the key is knowing how much to pump out per use. Thanks for reading! Have you tried BECCA Shimmer Skin Perfectors? What are your favorite BECCA products? What is your favorite illuminator/highlighting product?
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.