May 29, 2018

Becca Be A Light Face Palette for Summer 2018

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Becca Be A Light Face Palette ($46) brings together four different powders that act to brighten your complexion, blur the appearance of pores and fine, contour and define, and add a flush of color.

The palette is available in a Light to Medium and Medium to Deep shade selection each of which, as I said above, holds four different powders that can be used individually or together to illuminate skin and cast a glow on your complexion.

Light to Medium Palette:

  • Brighten Powder: A soft pearl powder that brightens the complexion.
  • Blur Powder: A flattering beige that blurs imperfections and warms the complexion.
  • Contour: A neutral tan shade to enhance and define your features.
  • Blush: A light pink marbled with silver pearl for a pop of color and light.

Medium to Deep Palette:

  • Brighten Powder: A neutral peach shade that highlights the complexion.
  • Blur Powder: A warm sand shade that blurs and enhances the complexion.
  • Contour: A warm bronze shade that creates natural dimension.
  • Blush: A warm copper marbled with rose gold pearl.

The way Becca describes it, it quite sounds like Hourglass’ Ambient Lighting Powder which I love so I’m interested to see how this holds up in comparison! I actually like the idea of using the brightening powder to set my concealer but not sure if that’ll work out so well because it appears to have a pearl finish.

Don’t become too attached though as this is available for a limited time only!

Becca Be A Light Face Palette are available now at and


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  • Maria

    This looks pretty but the brush and contour look very small, especially when you use your makeup brush.

  • Maria

    This looks pretty but the blush and contour shades look very small, especially when you use your brush.

  • Janessa

    For once, Becca came out with something I’m not into at all. Nothing about this caught my fancy, and I want to LOVE everything Becca puts out. I think they may have missed the mark with the ‘universal palette’ approach and only 2 options. I’m a fair/light girl, but I see even the light compact blur powder being too dark and warm for me. I’m surprised there isn’t more WOC pissed off at the ‘deep’ palette, which to me looks like it’s really meant for a more olive complexion rather than a deep skin tone. I’ll stick with my beloved saucer compacts.

    • Isabella Muse

      I sort of like the brightening powder but can’t justify the purchase for just that! I agree. It’s a rather limited shade option! I’m in the middle and the light looks too light and the medium to dark! :-/