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Becca X JaclynHill Palette | Swatches & Review

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I’m serious, I wasn’t going to buy this….. But here’s the swatches and review on my splurge!

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Here’s the palette when you open it up and look inside. The mirror is great and looking at those highlighters… I thought I’d never find anything better.

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On Top: Champagne Pop.

Now, everyone has been obsessed with Champagne Pop ever since it launched. I like the highlighter, but it’s actually not my favorite. I’ve had to experiment with different brushes to get it to really show up on my skin at all.

 

On Bottom: Persecco Pop

I actually like the color of Persecco better than Champagne Pop if we’re being honest. I think the golden tone shows up better than the other highlighter. Again, I had to experiment with a lot of brushes before I found out what would apply the highlighter the best.

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On Top: Rose Spritz

This blush is actually really pretty. It’s shimmery and could double as a highlight. It’s perfect for summer and spring and I’ll definitely use it on more natural, summery looks.

Amaretto: This one is darker and can almost be a bit of a contour on my daringly lighter days. I think it’s a pretty natural, matte blush that I’m not disappointed in.

Pamplemousse: To be honest, this reminds me of something my mema would wear. It’s a bit old-lady-ish for me. Maybe with a SUPER light hand, it can apply to be pretty, but I don’t see myself EVER digging in to this color.

 

Overall, I kind of wish I didn’t buy this palette. I LOVE Jaclyn Hill and support her ventures, but 52 dollars is a bit much for a product that is nice, but just isn’t ever going to be my favorite thing to reach for. The highlighters are nice for more natural days, and the Rose Spritz is a dupe for Coralista in my opinion. The packaging if absolutely gorgeous, but I’ve had better palettes. However, I think no less of Jaclyn Hill. She created beautiful colors and I can’t wait to support her future makeup ventures.

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