Beauty in a tick: Becca's Beach Tints in Lychee and Watermelon

  Lychee (left) and Watermelon (right)

Lychee (left) and Watermelon (right)

Colour that's good enough for your lips (not mine) and cheeks.

Personally, I love wearing Becca's Beach Tint on my cheeks, because all you need is your chosen tube (any one of the eight shades will do) and your ring finger to dab and blend.

Sheer them out or build them up for a flirty flush. A subtle wash of colour really makes your cheeks glow.

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  Watermelon (left) and Lychee (right) swatches unblended

Watermelon (left) and Lychee (right) swatches unblended

  Watermelon (left) and Lychee (right) swatches slightly sheered out

Watermelon (left) and Lychee (right) swatches slightly sheered out

  Watermelon worn as a lippie

Watermelon worn as a lippie

  Lychee worn as blush

Lychee worn as blush

When worn on the lips I've noticed both Lychee and Watermelon suck the moisture straight out of my lips and leaves them feeling parched. The Sahara-like conditions force the colour to collect and settle within the fine lines of my lips, making the once matte finish appear patchy and downright gross.

Recently, I sent P-Cakes the tube of Watermelon I purchased -- she had the same feedback as me. Great on her cheeks and drying on her lips.

The Bagful breakdown:

Total amount for Becca's Beach Tint:

Value for money spent (performance and quality):

  • 7 out of 10 bags — it's not a multi-purpose product for me, but it might work for you.

Would another purchase be on the horizon?:

 

*PR samples provided –  Thoughts and ramblings written here are completely my own.