Becca’s new holiday palette, is your go to , if you want to get your glow on. First of all, the palette features Becca’s best selling highlighter, Champagne Pop! Moreover Pop Goes The Glow, is the perfect name for the Becca Champagne Pop Face/Eye Palette. Also, besides the Champagne Pop highlighter, the palette has four brand new shades. Furthermore, Pop Goes The Glow is an extremely versatile palette. For one thing, you can use the palette’s shades on your cheeks as a blush. In addition, use the shades a a highlighter on your upper cheek bones, and your brow bones, and as a bronzer to contour your face. Finally, use all of the shades as eyeshadows.
Becca Champagne Pop Face/Eye Palette Pop Goes the Glow Packaging
To begin with, the holiday packaging is stunning.
First, the outer box is a warm metallic coppery-gold shade. In the center of the box is a see-through, raised plastic circle. Becca, The brand name, written on the plastic circle. Inside are pieces of loose silver, brown, white, and copper glitter. Think of it as a snow globe built into the center of the palette.
Moreover, the outer box has a center hole, where the snow globe goes. In this way, you get the snow globe on the outer packaging, and on the palette.
Next, opened, the palette has a full-sized mirror.
Then, on the other side, are five circle pans. First, the largest shade is the star of the palette, Champagne Pop. Four of the pans, the ones with the new shades, are smaller. On the other side of the palette, are where you can find the names of the shades.
The Becca Champagne Pop Face/Eye Palette Pop Goes The Glow Formula
To begin with, Becca’s formula is iconic. First, the unique formula, enriched with ultra-fine, multi-toned pigmented pearls, creates a gorgeous, glitter free glow. Therefore, the glow you get amplifies your own natural radiance. Furthermore, the reason the formula is so unique is it blend all of the pigments with a liquid. For this reason, the formula sets itself apart from other formulas. The reason is other formulas don’t blend pigments with liquids.
Because the formula blends pigments with liquids, the powders feel like buttery. They are so creamy. Hence, the powders melt into your skin. Above all, it is easy to apply the powders. And, the powders easily blend together.
The Becca Champagne Pop Face/Eye Palette Pop Goes The Glow Shades
First, the star of the palette is Champagne Pop. Furthermore, the highlighter, Champagne Pop, a soft gold shade, shimmers with pinky-peach pearls. To start with, Champagne Pop is a highlighter. Therefore, you can use it, in a C motion, along the tops of your cheekbones. Then, continue the C by carrying the Champagne Pop Highlighter up to your temples. Furthermore, use it down the center of your nose. Dab the center of your forehead with the highlighter. Also, put the highlighter on your Cupid’s bow. In addition, use this soft gold shade on your brow bones. In fact, you can wear Champagne Pop as an eye shadow. Use it on your eyelids to give them a natural -looking glow. Finally, use Champagne Pop on the inner corners of your eyes. One last thing, you can wear the highlighter over any of the other shades, to give them more shimmer.
Second, Caramel, a toffee shade, has a subtle golden pearl finish. To begin, use Caramel as a bronzer on the hollows of your cheeks. Then, you can use the toffee shade, as a blush, on the apples of your cheeks. Finally, use Caramel as an eyeshadow. I am not fair, so I would pat Caramel on all over my eyelids, up to and in my crease to give my eyes more definition. Also, I love the single statement eyeshadow. However, if you have fair skin tones, you can use Caramel as a crease shade, and to line your lower lash lines.
Next, Truffle, a warm bronze shade, has a shimmering golden perl finish. Depending on your skintone, you can use Truffle as a highlighter. So, brush Truffle on your upper cheek bones, and bring it up to your temples. Furthermore, Truffle can be used on the apples of your cheeks, as a blush. Then, I like Truffle all over your eyelids. Also, you can use it as a pop of color, in the center of your eyelids. Last, pop a little on the inner corners of your eyes. This will really make your eyes pop!
Then, Berry, a mulberry shade, has a subtle pink pearls finish. First, when I saw Berry, I thought that it was a great blush color. However, you can also use Berry as an eyeshadow. For example, you can use Berry on the outer third of your eyelids, and in the outer corners of your eyes. Also, line your lower lash lines with this mulberry shade. In addition, use it as your crease shade, in the outer third of your crease.
First of all, Pink Cream does not have a cream formula. Therefore, Pink Cream is the name of the last shade in the palette. Furthermore, Pink Cream, a dusty rose shade, has a shimmering golden-pearl finish. You can use Pink Cream as a highlighter, on your cheekbones, down the center of your nose, and on your Cupid’s bow. Also, use this dusty rose shade on the inner corners of your eyes. Moreover, Pink Cream can be used on the apples of your cheeks as a blush. Finally, use pink cream as an eyeshadow. For one thing, you can use this shade to highlight your brow bones. Also, use Pink Cream all over your eyelids. And, carry it up to and in your crease.
The Becca Champagne Pop Face/Eye Palette Pop Goes The Glow
Let’s start with this, if you want more definition, and you are looking to create depth, use a fluffy rounded brush, pick up the shadow, and dab it on with pressing motions. Then, if you want a more natural look, apply the shadows in a circular motion.
Finally, this is an amazing palette if you are fair, light and medium. This is your goldilocks palette because the colors are not too dark, and not too light. Although, if you are medium, medium tan and deep, the palette still works. However, the shades are really too light to create any defining moments! But, if you love to glow, you still will glow!
For me, I’ll use this palette to highlight my cheek. Also, I really love the blush shade. And, it is the deepest shade, so I will create some eye looks. Otherwise, the other shades looked great as natural, luminous eyeshadows.
One last thing, Becca says this is your full face and eye palette. NOT! First, with these shades, you’ll still need eyeliner, and mascara. And, I surely want to use a foundation. Moreover, I think the shadows will look better and last longer if you wear an eyeshadow primer.
But, the palette is so neutral, it would make a great gift. Especially, get it for those people that love to get their glow on!
What do you think about this palette? Have you tried Champagne Pop in other palettes? Let me know in the comments below. And, always feel like you can stop by to say hi!