Becca Luminous Blush Swatches

UPDATE February 2021: Becca Cosmetics has announced they will be closing their brand in September 2021.

Becca Luminous Blush (snapdragon, blushed copper, dahlia)
Top to Bottom: Dahlia, Blushed Copper, Snapdragon

This has to be one of the least talked about blushes these days.  I used to hear the occasional mention of them, but lately, it is all about the Cover FX blush duos or more recently cream blushes.  I typically stick to matte blushes because I often get breakouts on my cheeks, but I was pleasantly surprised that these look more satin once applied.  They do not accentuate any texture that I have and I haven’t used any other formula that looks as healthy on my dry skin.

Becca Luminous Blush swatches on dark skin (snapdragon, blushed copper, dahlia)
L to R: Snapdragon, blushed copper, dahlia

While this formula is easy to blend, it is quite pigmented.  I suggest using the fluffiest blush brush you own and starting with a small amount.  Snapdragon is not as luminous or as pigmented as blushed copper and dahlia.  So if you are nervous about the pigment level but still curious to try out this formula I would give Snapdragon a try first.

The luminous blush line has a total of 6 colors and they retail for $34.00.

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