Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflé - Watermelon/Moonstone

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Hey there! You may notice something different here. Will Sing for Makeup got a makeover! I'm thrilled with the new look and still getting things exactly how I want them. I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I do. Thank you for being here!

I know that people aren't really talking about the new year anymore, but I've really wanted to focus on trying new things lately. The beginning of the year seemed like a good time to start. That may sound silly when it comes to makeup, but it's so easy to get stuck in a makeup rut, even for a junkie like me. So, I would like to get out of my comfort zone and try products that I wouldn't have in the past -- starting with cream products. My initial venture into cream product territory has been with cream blush and the Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflé in Watermelon/Moonstone. 


The consistency is more of a whipped soufflé than a heavy cream. If you're a bit scared of cream products like I was, then this is a great product to try first. Watermelon/Moonstone is described as a coral red infused with pale gold. While this color does have a fair amount of shimmer, it's nothing over the top. It gives a nice sheen to the cheeks. If you like highlighter, then you will probably want to add a bit on top of this blush. I'm really impressed with how easy this blush is to apply. I stayed away from cream products thinking that they would be so difficult to use. Not true with this one! I've used my fingers and a brush to apply this, and it blends and builds beautifully. My favorite brush to use with this product is the Real Techniques Stippling Brush. It places and blends the color quickly and easily. The staying power is only as good as what you use under it. I find that when I use this over a light tinted moisturizer my blush will disappear in a few hours. Wearing a more long wearing foundation helps the blush last all day. The final test I had for the Beach Tint was wearing it over a powder foundation. I'm a huge fan of mineral powder foundations, so I wanted to see how this would behave over one. I'm happy to say that it worked! It blended out without moving around my powder foundation. I'm wearing over a mineral foundation below.

Wearing Watermelon/Moonstone over Laura Mercier Pressed Mineral Powder
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My first cream blush turned out to be a success! Do you have a favorite cream product?
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