|Left to right: - Champagne Pop and Hyacinth, Prosecco Pop and Pampelmousse, Prosecco Pop and Amaretto and Champagne Pop and Flowerchild.|
Unless you have been hiding under your duvet for the last week then I am sure you already know about the brand spanking new addition to the BeccaxJaclynHill collaboration. They just will not stop! All our wallets must be feeling this, after recently splurging on the gorgeous beauty that is the Champagne Face Palette they have decided to go ahead and introduce a new product to their captivating line. Introducing the Champagne Splits, these are the same size as their original Becca Pressed Shimmering Skin Perfectors except this time the pans are split in half. One half is a Mineral Blush and the other is composed of either Champagne Pop (now a permanent member of the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Club) or Prosecco Pop (still limited edition). Above you can see what the compacts and packaging will look like, instead of the classic black and silver compartment the original Shimmering Skin Perfectors are housed in these will be gold and silver.
|Clockwise from the top:- Top: Prosecco Pop and Pampelmousse. Right: Champagne Pop and Hyacinth. Left. Bottom: Prosecco Pop and Amaretto.Left: Champagne Pop and Flowerchild.|
Ler's break down the individual shades to see what colours might tickle your fancy. First let's start with the highlighters. We have Champagne Pop. (temptalia) a soft white gold with pinky peach undertones and Prosecco Pop, (temptalia) a light medium gold with warm yellow undertones. So right off the bat, I think those with deeper or warmer skin tones might prefer Prosecco Pop. Honestly, they look very similar to me with Prosecco Pop being just a touch warmer and more orange in tone. Champagne Pop, on the other hand, will work on a larger variety of skin tones and one point of interest is Champagne Pop scored an A- and Prosecco Pop scored a B+ on temptalia's site.
|Swatches left to right: Prosecco Pop, Pampelmousse, Prosecco Pop, Amaretto, Champagne Pop, Flowerchild, Champagne Pop and Hyacinth. Image from snapchat.|
Now for the counterpart blushes, you can see the swatches above. The first blush is Pampelmousse (a less vibrant version of Hyacinth, medium pink with a satin finish), Amaretto (warm peachy brown, the most neutral on offer and my favourite), Flowerchild (peachy pink with gold shimmer), and Hyacinth (the boldest of them all, it is described as a vibrant poppy pink with a satin finish).
The Champagne Splits will be available to purchase on the 14th July from Sephora, they cost $38 or £32 each. You can purchase the Mineral Blushes (£26/$32) and Shimmering Skin Perfectors (£32) from both Space NK and Sephora.
Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post and found it informative. I can't say I am particularly tempted to buy any of them as I am not much of a blush person and already own the Champagne Face Palette, let me know in the comments below if you are excited about this latest release and as always please follow me on Bloglovin', I leave the link at the end of each post and it is the best way to stay up to date with my blog. Hopefully, I always post content you are interested in and if so then please follow it means a lot to me, I tirelessly promote each post and with a full-time job it can be very time-consuming. So any and all support is certainly appreciated. Take care.
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