BECCA Nightingale Blush Review & Swatches

* Gifted - PR Samples

I love Becca Products so i was excited to try one of their blushes. Just like the Skin Perfectors pressed, the BECCA blushes are very finely milled, buttery soft and insanely pigmented... these blushes are no joke! Nightingale is my first blush from the brand and i can honestly say i own nothing like it in my collection. Nightingale is one of those perfect plum fall-time shades...

Nightingale is best described as a dark pinky-plum with neutral undertones, it has a semi-matte finish. The colour looks daunting in the pan but applies beautifully on the skin. Though many would think this blush is aimed at deeper skin-tones it is beautiful on all skin-tones if a light hand is used. As the formula is creamy, super soft and pigmented i find using a small duo-fibre brush best with this, as it picks up less product and blends out evenly without you having to work hard to diffuse and soften the edges. The formula of the blush makes them very easy to apply, blend and diffuse and most importantly they have amazing longevity.

L-R: Mac Lovely, Mac Gleeful, Becca Nightingale, Sleek Pomegranate & Nars Sin.

Strong un-blended swatches of the BECCA Nightingale blush

The Becca mineral blush line currently has six shades ( with three new releases in July being Nightingale, Lantana and Hyacinth ). I love the formulation of this blush so much i will also be ordering Wild Honey and Songbird next; It will have to be directly from Sephora as i cannot seem to find the BECCA blushers through Space NK here in the UK. The Becca mineral blushes are formulated with a natural mineral complex and infused with antioxidant vitamins A, E & C. They have no parabens and synthetic fragrances, they’re free of alcohol, chemical dyes and talc.

The blusher compact is the traditional 'BECCA' design in the grey rubberised circular compact with steel centred accent. Each blush is smaller than the pressed skin perfectors containing 0.20 oz/ 6g where as the Skin perfectors contain 0.28 oz/ 8g.

I will be reaching for this blush a lot this Autumn and Winter and hopefully adding some of the Poured shimmering skin perfectors to my collection. BECCA has fast turned into one of my favourite brands on the market today for face products.

BECCA Blush in Nightingale retails for $32 and is available through Sephora, who do ship worldwide. As soon as i find out the blush releases in the UK i will update you.

Have you used any of the BECCA blushes?

Thanks for Reading Lovelies

Jamey xo

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