I revealed that Becca are launching a brand new Becca Zero Collection, and the Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip is another product within the new and exciting collection. If you’re all about the K-Beauty glass skin trend right now, you’re going to want to know all about this 2-in-1 highlighter which has launched right here….
Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip
In addition to the new Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip, Becca have also launched the Zero No Pigment Virtual Foundation too, as part of the new Zero collection. The Zero collection is all about perfecting the skin, and this Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip is $24 / £19 for 6.5ml.
The Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip is free from pigment instead, utilising the brand’s Clear Light Blur Technology to diffuse light around the face and create the most natural but light-scattering highlight alongside a covetable dewy, glass skin finish.
The Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip is said to be a must-have for imparting a dewy and natural highlight with a multi-gloss formula for creating a wet, glass skin effect on both the face and lips.
Glide across the highpoints of your face and lips for a wet, glass-like finish.
Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer , Butylene/Ethylene/Styrene Copolymer, Bht.
The Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip is completely free from pigment, and instead utilises the brand’s Clear Light Blur Technology to diffuse light around the face to create an enviable highlight.
With an ultra-comfortable and non-stick wearability, this versatile and adaptive formula is suitable for all skin tones thanks to the pigment-free formula that emphasises your natural skin tone.
The sceptic in me, sees the Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter for Face + Lip as just being a clear gloss in a tube. I can understand the whole Zero concept for their Virtual Foundation, but I’m not sure it works for this particular product.
You could essentially use any clear gloss on your skin and lips, but this product does claim to have a non-sticky formula which is definitely a positive, as you wouldn’t want to smear a sticky gloss formula all over the skin.
I personally love the glass-skin trend, and dewy skin and the ‘after’ photos remind me of the glow that the RMS Living Luminizer creates. I’m not as excited about the Becca Zero No Pigment Highlighter as I am with the Becca Zero No Pigment Virtual Foundation, but I still think it’s a cool collection as a whole, but it’s available right here.
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