Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette Review

A new addition to the ever expanding collection here at Casa de Uhapi is the Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette. If you read my last review on the Laura Mercier Contour Palette, you’ll know I had words with the highlighter in the palette. How does this palette compare? Stay tuned…

Right out of the box I thought this palette was very aesthetically pleasing. The high quality packaging is similar to Hourglass with the reflective, dark chocolate compact. Size wise, it’s roughly a 3 inch by 3 inch square with 6.5 grams of lowlight and 3.5 grams of highlight.

Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette Review

Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette ReviewThe “Lowlight” shade or contour shade is the perfect ashy grey/brown that makes for a natural looking shadow. It’s a matte cream consistency that takes a little warmth to get it going. After a few seconds, the cream becomes emollient and easy to work with. Pigmentation is semi-opaque but buildable.

The Highlight shade is somewhat similar in color to Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector in an Opal/Topaz mix. A truly beautiful, iridescent champagne gold that catches the light for a healthy glow. The consistency is the same as the contour, needing a few seconds of warmth to get it soft and workable. Becca is known for their highlighters and this one doesn’t disappoint, but still not as good as the original BSSP.

Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette Review

I really enjoy the quality of both products. With a little work, both are extremely beautiful on the skin. This is best for light skin with both yellow or pink undertones. The contour shade looks like it has a little shimmer in my picture, but that’s just from me playing with the products and cross-contaminating.

Becca Lowlight/Highlight Perfecting Palette Review

Overall, this a lovely product. Unfortunately, this palette only comes in these shades designated for the lightest skin tones, at least until Becca adds more colors to the line. Also, some people might initially be disappointed with the consistency, not realizing it does take a little extra work to soften. For $42 (or $21 a shade), I would agree it is an expensive price tag on a product that takes time and patience, but sometime patience brings out the best in things.

If you already own the Becca SSP in opal, pearl, or topaz – stick with that product for now. You can’t get better highlighters anywhere.

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