Becca’s new Champagne Splits feature a pan of creamy pigmented blush on one side, and powder highlight on the other side. The duos come in the following combinations: Flowerchild/Champagne Pop, Hyacinth/Champagne Pop, Amaretto/Prosecco Pop, and Pamplemousse/Prosecco Pop. Each blush pan contains 0.15oz of product, and the highlight side contains 0.13oz of product.
If you didn’t get the Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop LE face palette earlier this summer, you can now grab some of the shades from it. Amaretto, Pamplemousse, and Prosecco Pop are from that palette. Hyacinth and Flowerchild are from Becca’s existing Mineral Blush shade range. I’ve been reaching for the Flowerchild and Amaretto duos often lately. The nude tones work well on my current tanner than usual skin tone. You know I love a good shimmery eyeshadow, and both Champagne Pop and Prosecco Pop work really well as eyeshadows.
The LE Champagne Collection Highlighting Brush is super soft, and the perfect size for blush. Personally I like a small blush brush, and an even smaller highlight brush. I’d grab this $28 brush while it’s still available. I wish BECCA would put out a few shadow brushes along these lines.