Sunday, November 25, 2012
Now, after reading about BECCA's new business plan and marketing strategy (think skin), I was game for trying again, assuming that the smelly product had to be history by now. During Sephora's recent V.I.B. sale, I browsed for pretties and settled on BECCA's new Mineral Blush ($32) in Flowerchild. I was shopping online, and even though other shades looked like they might be equally nice, I went with the safe warm pink. I could not be more pleased. Plus, it has no detectable scent!
Add to BECCA's description the fact that the finish this blush leaves on the skin is darn near perfect - a sheen that perks up your cheeks and makes you look happy. BECCA says it's fun to layer Mineral Blush over Beach Tint, so there may be another BECCA purchase in my immediate future.
I did notice when I ordered, remembering that raccoon, that BECCA uses no parabens or synthetic fragrances in this blush, and it's also free of alcohol, oil, chemical dyes, and talc. You can see the ingredients at this link.
I think I need to try Sweetpea next. I'm having trouble choosing a shade of Beach Tint using the online swatches, and I know I love the Mineral Blush.You can purchase BECCA Mineral Blush at Sephora, where I purchased mine, or at BECCA's Web site.
Photo at top courtesy of Sephora; other photos by Best Things in Beauty