BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Luminous Blush on Dark Skin

If you thought my skepticism for ABH products was unwarranted then you’ll definitely think the same of my skepticism for BECCA products. I just get an uneasiness about how many people tout Champagne Pop in spite of the fact that I’ve actually loved every product I’ve tried from her line, including the aforementioned Champagne Pop.

Anyways, I’ve been on this huge cream/bronzer/shine kick recently whereby I need every product that is luminizing. So of course I bought a Becca blush in Snapdragon.

It lasts 3-4 hours on me and is a pretty light pink that’s quite hard to over-apply as you can see for yourself in the photo below.

BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Luminous Blush in Snapdragon

Depending on the brush it can go on a little patchy, so that’s something to look out for, especially .

You don’t need Snapdragon, but if you want it I don’t dissuade you. And the finish is completely unique amongst the blushes I own as it’s got a lot of sparkle.


I’ve watched the other shades several times now in my debate over whether I wanted another one.

Tigerlily would be my next pick. Although I tend to think that every orange can be replaced by NARS Taj Mahal this is lighter in tone and blends out to be far more subtle.

Dahlia was a little too dark and aging for my personal preferences but I think it’d look amazing on someone with darker skin than me.

Blushed Copper is one I think I already own from the Becca x Jaclyn Hill 2015 holiday palette, as pictured below. I already love this shade, and it’s my favourite Becca product.

Blushed Copper close up

Hope this was helpful!