Hello Gorgeous! Becca Cosmetics and Jaclyn Hill made sure that everyone’s highlight blings this summer with their new collaboration! As many of us remember, the debut of the “Champagne Pop” highlighter a few months back was a hectic one. I scrambled to Sephora to grab one of the limited edition compacts because I knew the regret would haunt me forever. Luckily, for those that weren’t able to pick one up now have another opportunity to add this beauty to their collection. In addition to the “Champagne Pop” powder product there is also a bunch of other newbies and alternate formulas to fit everyone’s preference and budget. Let’s take a closer look.
In addition to the Classic “Champagne Pop” pressed formula, it will also be available in liquid and cream. The Jaclyn Hill eyeshadow palette also debuts along with a 5-pan Face Collection Palette.
You may be wondering how to use the different formulas and which best suits your skin type. These are based on my personal opinion and experience, but like with everything else, use what you like in whatever fashion makes you the most comfortable.
Liquid Highlighter: Mix with foundation or moisturizer for a subtle glow || Best for Normal to Dry Skin
Powder Highlighter: Define the high points of your face (Cheekbones, bridge of nose, cupid’s bow, brow bone) || Best for all skin types
Cream Highlighter: Apply over foundation with fingers, to create a matte, luminous look || Best for normal skin
Champagne Pop-A soft white gold, with peachy undertones
Swatched: Liquid $41, Cream $38 & Powder $38
This limited edition Palette is sure to cause some buzz! The Jaclyn Hill Face Palette will also be launching this month. In addition to Champagne Pop, its warm golden sibling Prosecco Pop is also included in this palette…along with one luminous Rose Blush and two mineral matte blushes which flatter most skin tones. This beauty retails for $52. Which is a steal, considering Champagne Pop alone retails for $38!! If you are able to get your hands on this palette, do so. It’s definitely my favorite in the collection considering everything you get for the price point. I would have liked if the case was slightly slimmer, but considering that some people complained of shattered product I get why the case is more sturdy. Comparing my two Champagne Pops (one purchased months ago) and the current one. The consistency and texture is still the same however, I did notice the highlighter isn’t as soft. Which is awesome in my opinion. The product isn’t manipulated as easily as before.
Swatched:Rose Spritz (Luminous Blush), Amaretto (Matte Blush), Pamplemousse (Matte Blush), Champagne Pop (Highlighter) & Prosecco Pop (Highlighter)
Aside from some pretty awesome skin enhancers, Becca will also be releasing a 5 pan Eyeshadow Palette with Jaclyn. The neutral palette will consist of two shimmer shades and three matte shades. These luxe shadows are soft, buttery and blend like a dream. The simplicity of the palette makes creating a day to night look super simple to achieve. These classic shades are cult favorites in the industry and some of my personal favs to work with. With that said, none of the shades are out of this world or extremely unique however classics never go out of style. If you want a sleek palette, with just enough shades to create the perfect everyday look, than this palette is worth checking out.
Left to Right: Chardonnay, Champagne Toast, Cordial, Cognac & Bordeaux
The entire collection will launch on Sephora.com on May 26th noon EST and in store on June 16th.
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I cannot get enough of this palette!!!
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I love your pictures!
shame they will recall the entire collection (except the liquid one) because of some negative comments…I wanted it so bad, put the date on my calendar.
Apparently some of the shadow were dry and patchy depending on the boxe…I’m so sad Jacklyn looked so happy with this collection..