Hey guys! Today I did my entire makeup look using all Becca Cosmetics. I'm a big Becca fan, so I wanted to test out a few more of their amazing products! When I think about Becca as a brand, I instantly think about "skin". Sculpted, bronzed, glory, dewy, contoured, smooth, flawless skin. Yes, that many adjectives.
Becca has it down with the formulas/textures for face products. I came up with this look: Focus on the skin with a simple winged liner and sheer, glossy bright pink lip.
1. Foundation: I mixed the Ultimate Coverage Fluid Creme Foundation (I used the shade Nude) with the liquid Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal to create a dewy foundation.
2. To conceal my dark circles, I first used the new Under Eye Brightening Corrector, and topped it with the Ultimate Coverage Concealing Creme in the shade "Banana" (a light yellow-tone). I also used "Banana" to highlight down the bridge of my nose and t-zone.
3. I contoured my cheek bones with the Low Light Sculpting Perfector. The creme formula actually makes it blend really well into foundation, and creates a natural shadow.
4. Next, I went over the creme contour with the Shadow and Light Bronze/Contour Perfector. I used the matte side for contouring and the shimmery side for bronzer.
5. To add a subtle flush to my cheeks, I used the Mineral Blush in the shade Gypsy. (a like shimmery ballerina pink.)
6. I used the Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Moonstone (a pale gold) to highlight the tops of my cheekbones and bridge of nose. I think Becca makes the best powder highlighters! They give your skin a literally dewy look.
7. I primed my eyes with the Translucent Eye Priming Perfector.
8. For Eyeshadow, I did a simple matte look using the Ombre Nudes Palette.
9. I created a winged black liner using the Ultimate Creme Eyeliner in Romanesque and a small angled brush.
10. To finish off the look, I used the Ultimate Color Gloss in Flamingo Crush (a bright fuchsia pink). Using a gloss creates a more sheer, subtle look than using a lipstick.
I hope you guys enjoyed this makeup post! Let me know if you'd like to see more!