I have been using this eye tint almost on a daily basis for about four or five weeks. That’s almost unheard of for me – usually I’m chopping and changing, testing out new things, finding faults with the old things.. But I can’t find much of a fault with the Becca Eye Tint. It gives a sheer gleam of colour across the lid that can be built up to a more intense effect – the Vicuna shade is beautiful, a peachy-nude that makes the lid look absolutely smooth and even.
This formula is crease-proof and budge-proof, making it perfect for summertime, and perfect for creating an easy ‘no-effort’ sexy eye. I just slick a little bit on with my fingertips and leave it to dry for a few seconds and it stays on for the whole day. I love that I can leave it bare for a glossy, sexy eye, or I can use it as a shadow base. The sheen from the Eye Tint seems to shine through powder formulas to give them a slight ‘lift’ and extra brightness.
This really is the ultimate in ‘easy eyes’ – take a look at the Becca video I made to see how simple it is to apply. No brushes required, and there’s no clean-up required because there’s no dropped powder or smudged product. This will most definitely be a re-purchase, but I was rather taken aback to see that it had sold out on the Becca website! You can put your name on a waiting list at Cult Beauty HERE.
Becca’s Eye Tint in Vicuna costs £20 and I think that’s well worth it for such a well-performing product. There are quite a few cream eyeshadow products similar to this on the market but none that I’ve tried so far have come close in terms of quality!
Becca Eye Tint, is £20 from SpaceNK here.
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