BECCA Cosmetics’ new highlighter palette will make waves

Stephanie Panecasio 9 November 2017 NEWS


In case your summer skin repertoire wasn't quite highlighted enough, BECCA has your back.

When you wear highlighters, you fully expect to shine like an absolute gemstone and BECCA Cosmetics knows it. Considering how popular the individual highlighters from the brand are, we'd say BECCA is definitely living up to expectations when it comes to radiance.

Now, we've been treated to a whole new palette of highlighting goodness, and can we just say that we are loving it. With three gemstone-inspired shades in varying tones (including a brand new, never before seen shade), our cheekbones are demanding we put one on immediately.

The shades include a vibrant Prismatic Amethyst, the brand new Pink Sapphire and the cult classic Moonstone. Not only do they look amazing on all skin tones, you can definitely build them up for a more intense look, which we are always in favour of.

One thing BECCA always does well is the packaging, and the Light Waves palette does not disappoint at all. The front of the palette is a gorgeous blend of blues, pinks and purples, almost mimicking a sunset on the beach at the moment just before the sun goes down.

The palette is part of BECCA Cosmetics' Holiday Collection, so it's limited edition and at the moment is only available on the BECCA website, but we've got our fingers crossed that it'll make an appearance on our Sephora shelves soon as well!

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