Becca Soft Light Blurring Powder Review

Last month, I reviewed several concealers and this month I’m reviewing a few different setting powders. First up, Becca!

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Claims
–Wearable beauty filter
–Does not cake or settle into lines and pores
–Sets makeup, prolongs wear, and refreshes any look
–Subtle luminosity that adds dimension
–Eliminates shine for a natural, perfected finish

Price
–$38 at Ulta, Sephora, Nordstrom, and beccacosmetics.com

Shade Range
–2: Golden Hour, Pink Haze
–My shade: Pink Haze

Pros
–Finely milled
–Cruelty free
–Paraben, sulfate, phthalate free
–Lives up to all of its claims

Cons
–Both shades are too dark for me

Final Thoughts
I really LOVE this formula. It really is a wearable filter. My skin and undereye area looked FLAWLESS. However, the color just didn’t work. I mixed it with the Makeup Revolution Ghost powder and that looked and worked fine, but I don’t want to have to do that every day because #lazy. I wish they would come out with this same formula in a translucent or lighter version. If you have a non-ghost skin tone, you should definitely try this!

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My huge pores basically disappeared and my undereyes were so smooth!

 

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No shade match=no approval

 

 

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