Champagne Pop Family
When Jaclyn Hill collaborated with BECCA Cosmetics last year to create the Champagne Pop highlighter, I fell in love and wrote about it here. Since then the collaborative collection has expanded to include a face palette, cream highlighter, liquid highlighter and soon the UK will have the split pan powder duos. Champagne Pop has become the highlighter that everyone talks about both online and irl, my friend Debs is obsessed too.
There’s something for everyone and so I thought today I’d talk about the difference in the products so you know which one would work for you. First of all let’s get the face palette out of the way because unfortunately this one was limited edition. Three blushers and two highlighters all cased in a gorgeous white and gold sleek palette. However, some of these blushers and highlighters are now available in the new split pan products. Champagne Pop and Flowerchild looks like my perfect combination but if you like a slightly pinker toned highlighter, Prosecco Pop is also gorgeous.
There are three formulas available in the Champagne Pop highlighter and I honestly couldn’t pick a favourite. The liquid shimmering skin perfecter is great to use either mixed in with your foundation or tapped onto the high points of your face. As it’s a liquid you can work it into the skin for a more natural finish and I find using my fingers is the best way to do this.
The classic powder highlighter works best with a small fluffy brush and I like to apply it to the tops of my cheekbones and down my nose. This one is the most obvious and shows up incredibly well on the skin, it can actually be over doe so I’d recommend a very light hand when applying it. The colour itself is a warm golden peach shade.
The cream formula is a lovely one for those with dry skin, mature skin or if you just want something a bit more subtle. The pan size is smaller so I simply like to take my middle finger and swirl it in the pan before tapping it onto my cheekbones, down my nose and onto my cupid’s bow. The formula blends really well with your base and looks very natural and glowy on the skin. It’s a great summer staple! I’ve also just noticed on the Space NK website that there is also a slim light version for on-the-go which looks great…. I need it.
I’m really excited to try the split pans and to complete my Champagne Pop collection but for now I think I’ve got more than enough highlighters to keep me going. So which one grabs your attention?
Photos by Lauren Shipley
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