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Get ready for it: Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Champagne Glow Palette

Okay, who’s excited? I’m practically drooling. Jaclyn Hill has been saying she had something big in the works, and a few days ago on Snapchat she announced the release of this amazing holiday palette! Considering the rip roaring success of Champagne Pop, I’d say she’s going to be laughing all the way to the bank with this.

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The palette itself is called “Champagne Glow” and features two new shades- Pearl on the left and Bronzed Copper on the right. It’s a freaking STEAL considering Sephora is only selling it for $44. I was one of the fangirls that went out and purchased Champagne Pop within the first two weeks it came out, not just because Jaclyn Hill created it but suddenly EVERY Youtuber was using it and raving about it. I almost regret purchasing it now because the single highlight is $46 CAN.

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The shades are smaller however, at 0.084 oz each vs. the full sized 0.28 oz. I honestly never hit pan on highlights, so I don’t see this causing an issue. If I had known about this palette earlier I definitely would’ve waited as that Pearl shade is angelic! The Bronzed Copper is definitely more like a bronzer, however I imagine with a tan or even as a shadow base it would be beautiful.

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Becca is also a cruelty-free brand. Jaclyn Hill never really mentions this but I think she really should as more consumers want beauty with a conscience. All of these photos are from Becca’s website, and I love how they’ve released swatches already! The official word from Jaclyn Hill’s is that she did not create Pearl or Bronze Copper, but her name is on the palette because Becca is formally featuring Champagne Pop as the “highlight” of the palette (pun intended). Mark your calendars for October 27th, the official release date at Sephora. This is supposed to be limited quantities so it’s not a question of if, but when will it sell out!

It’s good to be back.

xo J

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9 thoughts on “Get ready for it: Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Champagne Glow Palette

    1. Thanks for pointing that out! I suppose it’s up to the consumer to determine what they constitute as cruelty free. Since carmine is produced from beetles (vs. cute bunnies), it likely won’t draw much controversy. For myself, hypocritical as it may sound, I’d prefer to have a natural insect-origin ingredient than a potentially carcinogenic chemical.

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