Becca Apres Ski Glow Face Palette | Samantha Jane

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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Becca Apres Ski Glow Face Palette

Becca Apres Ski Face Palette Review
Becca Apres Ski for Holiday 2017 is a beautiful collection, see the Apres Ski Eye Lights Palette Review. The Glow Face Palette is one of my favourite holiday launches this season. It's limited edition so if you want it, grab it! For the most part, holiday face palettes are a miss for me, the bronzer is always far too light. Not the case this time. See it in action in my Instagram Tutorial
Becca Palette Holiday 2017
The Becca Glow Face Palette retails for $54 USD and contains 6 face powders, 4 existing shades and 2 new shades. Overall, the quality of these powders is the same that can be expected from their single pans of products. Nothing worse than when brands release crap for the holidays knowing that people will buy it either way. The new shades to the palette are a Shimmering Skin Perfector in Icicle and Mineral Blush in Winter Berry. Although Icicle is a little lighter of a shade than I would normally go for it's a total fit for the holiday theme and a unique shade. Winter Berry is a great mid tone pink blush with a hint of berry, seems pretty universally flattering. The other shades all exist and are great, I especially love the Sunlit Bronzer, I have 2 of the singles and can't stop using them. 
Becca Glow Face Palette Swatches Holiday 2017
I think the Becca Apres Ski Face Palette for holiday 2017 could make a great gift, be it for yourself or someone else. I'm about an NC42 at MAC for shade reference, or Cafe in the Becca Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme. If you're any darker than me the bronzer may not work for you, I wish brands would release at least two versions of any face palette to make it more accessible. That being said, I love it for me. 

*This product was provided for my review, all opinions are my own. Links are affiliate. 
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