Hello dear ladies! I can’t say that I love the two-in-one type products but sometimes I’m just dragged to try out a multitasking product. This is how I was actually attracted by the BECCA Beach Lip and Blush Tint which I’ll make a review of today.
The package with the pigment is very small. It’s made of soft plastic with a screw top. There isn’t an applicator sponge or any dispenser, but instead they offer a small and narrow nozzle.
The product retails in a branded box.
Size - 7 ml.
Made in Germany.
The tint has a very interesting creamy-buttery-silicone consistency. The texture is very soft and gentle. The blending for the wash of color effect is fuss-free and at the same time I can layer the pigment very easily.
The list of ingredients for those who are interested:
The pigment is aimed to be used on lips and cheeks. Usually such products work nice as a blusher and can be rather shitty as lip stains.
But this tint by Becca really surprised me! It applies with the thinnest coat on my lips and I don’t feel it present at all. During the first minutes after application it feels a little bit buttery but later it dries down and the coverage looks totally matte then. If your lips are in bad condition, it’s better to exfoliate them otherwise the product may look uneven and will show all the flaking.
It isn’t drying to my lips but I would still recommend you apply a lip balm if you wore the tint the entire day.
The staying power is about 3 or 4 hours. The tint won’t live through a good meal but it’ll live through a light snack. There are no issues with removing as I usually remove it with a tissue. The tint doesn’t leave any pigment behind.
There are 8 tints in the collection. The most popular is the Fig
shade, though my Guava
is no way worse.
It’s the tenderest pink shade which is as velvety as rose petals. I think those who love nude and natural makeup will rave about this shade. And I think it’ll also be nice for bridal makeup.
You’ll need one small drop of the product to apply on your lips. I usually apply it with my finger, as the texture of the tint allows me not to outline the contours.
One layer of the Becca Beach Tint "Guava" is almost seamless on my lips as it has nearly the same pigment as my own lips.
But two coats show the beauty of the product to the fullest! I don’t like matte lipsticks but I do love matte lips very much. And this tint is perfect for that.
You can build up the color if you want.
In my makeup collection there’s almost the same tint by Yves Saint Laurent Kiss and Blush. But that one is different texture-wise and it feels a little bit more drying on my lips.
The Becca Beach Tint really impressed me! Comfort texture, stunning shade and a soft and velvet finish. I wish I bought it earlier because I think this tint would have been so nice for my own bridal makeup.
If you have a chance to try it, then I thoroughly recommend you to do it. But don’t swatch it on your hand, only on your lips! If you like tinted lips, then the Becca Beach Tint is definitely for you!
Price - $25
Thanks for reading my review! Stay always gorgeous and have a pleasant shopping spree!