A weightless yet highly pigmented gloss that imparts ultimate bold colour and intense shine. Lush and luxurious, this silky formula glazes lips in a long-wearing layer of bold colour and brilliant shine, yet feels completely weightless and never sticky.
Free of: Parabens
Becca’s new Ultimate Colour glosses are just the thing to add a subtle pop of color to your lips with a high glossy shine! These really have an ultra-lightweight texture that goes on smooth and isn’t sticky at all. Infused with hydrating vitamin E and emollient oils, the formula is quite moisturizing without the need of a balm underneath and actually feels more like a sheer creamy lipstick (perfect for those who prefer gloss over lipstick!).
And best of all, they don’t fall short on the pigmentation. The base color is evident after only one coat and with two layers, you get a denser finish of color but the finish has a little translucence to it, which is something I like! As for the staying power, they are not super long-lasting and I get about only 2 hours of wear time before needing re-application.
I have been trying out 2 shades – Palm Breeze (Mauve Rose) and Fallen Angel (Nude Spice). Both the colors are extremely wearable and perfect for just about everyone! Many nude shades don’t seem to work well for me but Fallen Angel has just enough warmth to brighten up my skin instead of washing it out. And I’m loving Palm Breeze too, both on its own and layered over a lipstick. Here are the swatches :
Available in 10 shades, Becca Ultimate Colour Glosses retail for $24 each and can be picked up at beccacosmetics.com. The entire Becca Line is now available at Sephora too !
Disclosure: This review features a sample product sent for consideration by PR and reflects my honest opinion as always!
I’ve never heard of Becca and they’re $24 each? Hmm…I do like a pigmented, non-sticky gloss, though…
Tina @ My Highest Self says
I think I might like Palm Breeze! I need to try BECCA soon.
Cindy (Prime Beauty) says
I love these too–I have a coral one and a red one. I’ll have to try the nude shade–I have trouble finding a nude that doesn’t made me look like a corpse, even that is a popular look these days!
Cindy – Yeah, it’s kinda hard to find a flattering nude shade but this one has been a good choice for me!
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