Becca Mineral Blush ‘Gypsy’ – Review and Swatches

We all know that Becca has had a pretty good year.  In fact, I think it’s safe to say that Becca has been the MVP in the year that glowed.  They are the immediate go-to brand for highlighters, but believe it or not, my first love was one of their blushes.

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Today I’m sharing a little gem called ‘Gypsy’.

I remember seeing ‘Gypsy’ online and falling completely head over heels.  It was only a picture, and I couldn’t find any additional information on the product, but I was sold regardless.

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‘Gypsy’ is a taffy pink that beautifully leans gold.  It can be worn lightly to give just a slight hint of colour, but trust me, this blush becomes a star when you build it up a bit.

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It contains 6g of product, compared to a NARS blush, which has 4.8 g.

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I was lucky enough to grab this blush when it was on Hautelook.  It was one of those ‘treat yo self’ moments, and I’m so happy that I got my hands on it.  It is definitely one of those blushes where I swoon a little every time I open it, because, well…just look at it!  It’s my favourite type of blush – half rosy flush, half highlight.  In the close-up photo, you can really see the detail (the only actual highlighter I’m wearing is just under my browbone, so any other glow on my cheeks is alllll ‘Gypsy’).  I have two words for Becca’s Mineral Blush in ‘Gypsy’; PHE-NOMENAL.

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