The BECCA Beach Tint is quite an expensive find, but one that I’ve been looking for for so long. I went to Adora to pick one of these beach tints up, but after purchase I found out that the mark-up was nearly double the original price. I would love to buy more of these, but I might have better luck online, since the price mark-up is so high and that’s the only retailer I know in Manila that carries the brand.
However, after everything that’s been said, I highly recommended the Beach Tint and I don’t regret this purchase.
I haven’t extensively used this until I went to Japan on vacation. I wanted to keep my makeup bag light and portable and I succeeded, somewhat. I wanted to bring this because it is a multi-purpose product, for use on the lips and cheeks. It is also supposedly waterproof (which explains the name).
It was when I was on vacation that I appreciated the versatility, ease of use, and overall greatness of this product. I got the beach tint in the shade Raspberry, which is one of the deeper, berry-est shades. It might actually be the darkest shade in the whole line, but don’t quote me on that.
It comes in a squeeze tube similar to the OCC Lip Tars, and also similarly, you only need a drop of product for a decent amount of pigment.
(The swatch is so small because I am saving every last drop of this liquid gold.)
It’s such a great product, I want to sing it praises.
I know this isn’t the best beauty shot (lol), but you can see how visible but natural this tint is on the cheeks and lips! I apply one dot on each cheek, and one on the lips. Longevity of wear is pretty excellent. Oh, say hi to Sarie and the sakura. 🙂
The formulation tends to separate, so sometimes you have to shake it up to kind of mix up all the liquids inside. When I went to Japan, which is a great deal colder than sunny Manila, the Beach Tint came out as kind of a cream. Here, it’s pretty liquid.
This is another picture in brighter light:
See? Flush! 🙂 Anyway, thank you very much for reading. Hope to see you here soon. 🙂
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