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Earlier this year, BECCA made the sad announcement that they will be shutting down in September 2021. Maybe you didn’t find the announcement shocking, but it still means you will need replacements for all your favorite BECCA products.
After tons of research and lots of swatching, these are the best alternatives for your favorite BECCA products.
BECCA Under Eye Brightening Corrector
The BECCA Under Eye Brightening Corrector is a holy grail product for many. It hides dark circles by brightening and reflecting. All it takes is a small amount of product under the eyes and you’ll look like you had a full night’s sleep.
For those that love the under brightening corrector, there are tons of alternatives available.
For those that are looking for a wider shade range, consider the Bobbi Brown Under Eye Corrector. This corrector is available in 7 different shades. Not only does this corrector work with a wider range of skin tones, but it is formulated to conceal different colors of under-eye darkness. Pick a peach shade if your under-eyes appear green. Opt for a bisque shade for under-eye circles that look more purple. Opt for the Bobbi Brown if you want more of a color corrector and less of a brightener.
If you are looking for a drugstore option, you can’t go wrong with Pixi. Make sure to stalk the Pixi and Target websites because this corrector always sells out. Like the BECCA Under Eye Brightening Corrector, this corrector from Pixi is available in two shades. Choose this if you want a product that is less emollient but provides a touch more coverage than the BECCA.
Shimmering Skin Perfector® Pressed Highlighter
BECCA is probably most known for their highlighters. Almost everyone that loves makeup has tried a shade or two from the shimmering skin perfector highlighter line. Available in 11 different shades, there is a highlighter for every skin tone.
The shade most people associate with BECCA highlighters is champagne pop. It was advertised as the most universal highlight shade. If you want to get the closest and most affordable dupe, look no further than the Wet N Wild MegaGlo Highlighting Powder. For the Champagne Pop shade, you’ll find Golden Flower Crown is the closest dupe. Choose Precious Petals to replace Opal.
Recommended reading: The All Time Best Highlighters
Backlight Priming Filter Face Primer
This is the BECCA primer for anyone that wants to look like a glowing angel. It gives the skin a beautiful radiance while also giving a blurring effect.
Glowy primers like the Backlight Priming Filter are available almost everywhere you look. However, not all radiant primers are created equal. For those that want an upgrade from the Becca formulation, you need to try the Vesca Soft Sun Radiant Skin Primer and Luminizer. The Vesca primer comes in three variations, allowing you to pick between radiance, warmth, and brightness.
Shop now: $30; vescabeauty.com
More affordable options are also available at the drugstore. Physician’s Formula is the most mentioned dupe, but a better alternative is the NYX High Glass Face Primer. Be warned, this primer does not hold back.
Shop now: $10; nyxcosmetics.com
BECCA Mineral Blush
BECCA’s finely milled mineral blush packs some serious punch. Just a slight swipe of product is all you need to get the perfect flush.
Shop now: $32; sephora.com
Everyone has been scooping up the Wild Honey shade of the BECCA blush. If you are looking for a similar shade and formula, you have to check out MAC’s Warm Soul. If a peach nude isn’t for you, they offer several other shades from mauve to coral.
If you are looking for a mineral blush with a much smaller price tag, check out Burt’s Bees. While the shade range is smaller, they do offer one blush each for fair, medium, and tan skin tones.
Shop now: $10; ulta.com
It is super sad to see that so many favorite products will be gone after BECCA closes this year. If there are other BECCA products you are looking to replace, leave a comment. Or if you know of other BECCA dupes, share that too!
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