How Are BECCA’s Rose Quartz & Rose Gold Shimmering Skin Perfectors Different? It's All About The Undertones
There are plenty of reasons to wear rose-colored makeup this season. For starters, the shade is super on-trend at the moment, and it’s just down right pretty. So, if its limited edition status didn’t already have you dying to pick up BECCA’s latest highlighter, this information might. How are BECCA’s Rose Quartz and Rose Gold Shimmering Skin Perfector shades different? Let’s break it down.
If you’ve already own the Rose Gold highlighter, I can see why you may be hesitant to scoop up a similar pink product. But, the brand is here to assure you that you’ll get something different from these two products. According to Instagram, Rose Gold is more warm colored and has gold undertones whereas the Rose Quartz shade is a lighter pink with cool undertones.
Honestly, both of these are perfect for the season, so there’s no going wrong with either. But, the Rose Quartz highlighter won’t be around forever, so if you’re going to add it to your collection, you’ve got to act sooner rather than later. It’s available exclusively at Sephora. And when you see this baby swatched, I think you’ll be convinced to make a purchase while you still can. Because there’s nothing wrong with getting a perfect glow, all thanks to this pink shimmer-y shade.
Both of these will add something different to your collection. So, don't be afraid to grab each one!
Rose Quartz is just beautiful.
Plus, it looks great on a variety of skin tones.
But when you see Rose Gold swatched, you can definitely tell the difference between the warm and cool undertones.
Shimmering Skin Perfector in Rose Quartz, $38, Sephora
If you're falling more and more in love with this color, you're in luck! This bright pink shimmer is still in stock at Sephora.
Shimmering Skin Perfector in Rose Gold, $38, Sephora
The Rose Gold and Pearl versions are also in stock, so you might as well buy those while you're at it.
You can never have too many BECCA highlighters in your life. Especially not when each one is this different.
Images: beccacosmetics/Instagram (1); Courtesy Sephora (2)