Buy or Buh-Bye|Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Collection Face Palette Review

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Top left – Rosé Spritz, Amaretto and Pamplemousse

Bottom left – Champagne Pop and Prosecco Pop

Hello! Today I am going to review a limited edition palette for you. This face palette is part of a large collection from Becca and Jaclyn Hill. It’s the Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Collection Face Palette. There are several items in this collection, but today I’m only going to focus on the face palette. I got this last month when it first went on sale and it sold out within 30 minutes. They are bringing it back into stock in the store and online on June 16th. I’m guessing it will most likely sell out just as fast as it did the first time. If you are looking to get this palette then I suggest you get online or to the store as early as possible.

Let’s get down to the specifics, shall we?

Sephora and Becca describe this product as “A limited-edition, iconic face palette, featuring five shades of highlighter and blush—in collaboration with Jaclyn Hill, creator of the original Champagne Pop.”  The palette includes three blushes and two highlighters. The blushes are mineral blush in Amaretto which is a matte dark almond color, Pamplemousse which is a matte warm coral pink and then there is a luminous blush in Rosé Spritz which is a soft peachy pink with a pale gold shimmer to it. The two highlighters are the original Champagne Pop which is a soft gold color with a peachy undertone. The second one is Prosecco Pop which is warm darker gold.

Price – $52

Quality – These are highly pigmented products as are all of Becca’s face powders. Definitely use a light touch. I like to lightly dip my brush into the products, tap off the excess and apply to my face. Tapping off the excess is extremely important when using the blushes or you will look like a clown. The blushes and highlighters are buttery soft and I love them. They go on so smoothly and give a great glow. I personally can’t wear the Prosecco Pop because the warm dark gold color highlights any fine lines I have around my eyes. I do not have this problem with Champagne Pop. I like to use the brownish blush, Amaretto as a bronzer. Looks really good on pale skin. The Pamplemousse blush will be beautiful on darker skin as well as the Prosecco Pop.

Packaging – I adore the packaging. It’s a beautiful gold and white palette. Nice and heavy duty, clicks shut and has a nice, big mirror. This face palette would be great for traveling because you have your blush, a nice brown for contouring and two highlighters. I love palette’s that can offer so much in one package.

Longevity – I find this to be nice and long wearing on my dry skin. I don’t feel that anyone would have any issues with this lasting all day.

Buy or buh-bye – I like this palette a lot, but I don’t find it a must-have. If you are a makeup collector and love Jaclyn Hill (like I do) then you will want to get your hands on this palette. If you are not a makeup collector and were just curious about the palette then I think you can pass and just buy some alternative Becca products.

Alternatives – If I didn’t have this palette already then I would go buy the Champagne Pop highlighter from Becca because that is the best product in this palette. It is a permanent product in their line. That is a wonderful highlighter and I like it better than Prosecco. They price at $38.

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*This is not a sponsored post. There are no affiliate links in this post. I bought this product with my own money. All opinions are my own.*



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