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BECCA Beach Tint in Grapefruit, plus a review revisit

BECCA Beach Tint Guava, Grapefruit

Today, I’ll be talking about the BECCA Beach Tint that came in the “Best of BECCA” set I ordered a few weeks ago. If you’re new here, BECCA Beach Tints are one of BECCA’s cult products and a personal favorite of mine. Beach Tints are “water-resistant colours for cheeks and lips.” As with most multi-purpose products, I prefer this using this for one purpose, and in this case, it is a much better cheek product than a lip product.

The first one I purchased is called Raspberry, and I loved it so much, I got another one, Guava. The one that came in the set is called Grapefruit, and it’s the one on the right, which is similar to Guava, but more orange than Guava’s coral pink.

BECCA Beach Tint - Grapefruit - Swatch

It’s not extremely pigmented, and I honestly wasn’t expecting much mileage or use out of this because on the hand, it looks really blah. I didn’t want to get my hopes up, I suppose, is what I’m saying. However! When I put it on my cheeks, it gives me just the right amount of glow and warmth.

BECCA Beach Tint - Grapefruit

It’s really natural, even compared to the other two shades I have, which give more color. I think it’s because Grapefruit is closest to my skin tone. It’s also quite a great deal more watery than the other shades I have. I find that if I shake those up, the liquids kind of mix together better than the liquids in this particular shade. Not a deal-breaker, just something I thought I’d note. 🙂

Although I love these products, I feel like I’m going to tap out on other shades for now. In my experience, the darkest ones seem to work best on me. I love both Guava and Grapefruit, but the price tag on these makes me think twice about repurchasing them. I would get another tube of Raspberry when I run out, though, but I think I’m done hoarding experimenting with Beach Tints for a while. 🙂

BECCA Cosmetics is cruelty-free.

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5 Comments

  1. Gracie says

    I have strawberry and fig. While I sometimes think fig is so light I’m just imagining it, I use it when I want barely there definition to my cheeks. Strawberry is a winner though — it’s very natural flush on my cheeks 🙂

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