I know the holidays are over but I feel like y’all need to experience this beautiful palette with me.
Becca’s Pop Goes the Glow Champagne Pop Face & Eye Palette was released this past holiday season and I almost slept on it. The original price was $40 but I purchased it after Christmas for $28, and I believe you can still snag it at the sale price on the brand’s site as well as Sephora. The palette comes with 5 shades that can be used on the cheeks and the eyes. Per Becca’s website, the shades are (from L-to-R):
- Champagne Pop (existing shade) – soft gold with shimmering, pinky-peach pearls
- Caramel – toffee with subtle, golden pearls
- Truffle – warm bronze with shimmering, golden pearls
- Berry – mulberry with subtle, pink pearls
- Pink Creme – dusty rose with shimmering, golden pearls
I almost didn’t purchase it due to already owning two similar shades in the palette. Not a huge fan of buying multiple products that are the same color but it was something about this palette that was calling me. This was my first purchase from the brand and I’m very happy with my purchase. This palette is so lovely that I’ve been wearing it damn near every day since it was delivered.
Champagne Pop is beautiful as an inner corner highlight and very lightly as a cheek and/or bridge of nose highlight. And no, it doesn’t look ashy on me. As you can see, Caramel blends right into my skin and is my absolute favorite for that reason. I’ll wear this when I’m going for a lowkey neutral look but still want to have a little glow. Truffle is gorgeous as a highlight as well as all over the lid. You could even apply it all over the lid with a little bronzer in the crease when running short on time.
Berry is a super cute blush with perfect pigmentation: not too pigmented and not too light. It’s just enough to show a wash of color on my skintone which is a good thing. One day I picked up too much on my brush and it still applied beautifully without having me look like a clown. Pink Creme is also one of those shades that will look good all over the lid but this time with Berry in the crease. So far I’ve just been wearing it as a highlighter on the days I wear pink for a complete monochromatic look.
If you’re unfamiliar with Becca’s formula I would suggest picking up this palette. This palette can be good for beginners because the formula is super smooth and builds up very nicely. It also is very easy to work with so you don’t have to worry about going overboard with any of the shades.
The formula in Pop Goes the Glow makes me want to try more from Becca this year. Might actually get the bronzer that’s been on my list for a few months now.
Will you be going to swatch this in store or ordering it? Let me know down below or tag me on social media if you do.