Highlight on Fleek

Last week I chatted about ALL of my highlighters (powders, creams, liquids, the whole shebang). There's now an even 10 with the introduction of Champagne Pop, a limited edition collaboration between Becca Cosmetics and Jaclyn Hill

It's housed in the same sturdy packaging as the other Shimmering Skin Perfectors, and retails for the same price ($46 CAD). The highlighter is described as a "soft white, gold shade with pinky peach undertones".

Rather than talking about it I think it's more valuable to show you Champagne Pop alongside other highlighters. Behold! Here it is next to theBalm's Mary-Lou Manizer and Becca's Opal

L to R: Becca Opal, Becca Champagne Pop, theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer

Right away the peach tones stand out to me. It's different from the more yellow Mary-Lou Manizer. It isn't golden or bronze-y, so it is a better option for fair and pink-toned skins. The delicate glitter really translates well once on the cheek.

Admittedly, no highlighter can be astoundingly unique because they all have to fall within a spectrum. Of course it's just variations on a theme here – so do you have to have it? Probably not. But if you love highlighter than I know that will love this! This highlighter is not for the faint of heart so if you prefer a more subtle look than check out my highlighters post for other options.

I tried to take a photo of this on my face this morning but the lighting was poor and didn't capture the intensity. This gives a gorgeous gleam on the cheeks. I wanted to share this review ASAP so I'll post a photo on our Instagram @erinandkatherine in the next couple of days! (UPDATE: Click here to see it on me via Instagram!)

Simply put, like any Becca highlighter Champagne Pop is very high quality – smooth and pigmented. I love it and have been wearing it non-stop since it arrived. I wouldn't be surprised if lots of you are tempted, so sign up for the email notification for when it comes back in stock.

What do you think of Champagne Pop?