Paris, the city of love, has always been an inspiration for cosmetic producers. The same was with the brand Becca Cosmetics which created a highlighter called Parisian Lights in collaboration with a French blogger Sananas. How would I rate the product? The answer is in today’s post!
What’s the new Becca highlighter like?
The Becca highlighter has been designed in such a way, to adapt to every skin type. Parisian Lights Highlighter is available in juz one shade – a candy pink with golden shimmering pigments. It will be suitable for girls with a fair complexion as well as for those with dark skin shade. The product comes in a silver packaging and has been equipped with a mirror in the middle. On the surface, there is an Eiffel tower with lights and sunrise was the inspiration for such a design.
Face Highlighter From Becca Cosmetics – Makeup
What effect does the Parisian Lights Highlighter provide? First of all, it is very natural and lightweight. The product makes the skin refreshed, delicate and younger-looking. It allows contouring the face and strobing. Parisian Lights will enhance your best features and help give them the proper shape. Also, it will work well as an eyeshadow because it will open up and brighten the eye. Hooded eyes will no longer look so heavy. The product by Becca Cosmetics can also be used to brighten up a matte lipstick to beautify the lips.
How to use Parisian Lights Highlighter by Becca?
Where to apply Becca Parisian Lights Highlighter? Use it on the part of your face that need to be emphasised and enlarged. You can apply it to the cheekbones, the nose, chin, temples, eyelids and lips. For the application, it is best to use a large, soft brush. Make sure not to use too much of the cosmetic, in this case, a little goes a long way. However, if you feel the need, you can add another thin layer for a more expressive look.
Do you also use face highlighters? Which one is your favourite? Have you ever tried Becca Parisian Lights Highlighter? Share your thoughts in the comment section!
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