Flowerchild is one of two new blush shades which were released recently as part of the Becca Halcyon Days collection. They're described as luxury mineral cheek powders which are designed to impart a natural, luminous color.
Flowerchild is described as a peachy pink with golden highlights on the Becca site.
|Heavy swatch on the left & lighter swatch right|
The formula is lovely. It's silky smooth, soft and pigmented and applies beautifully. I've found I only need to touch the pan with my brush to pick up an adequate amount of product.
The powder blends well and leaves cheeks with a delicate hint of pinky coral colour. I'm normally not a fan of shimmery blush but the subtle golden shimmer in Flowerchild is barely visible on cheeks and leaves a kind of glowy finish instead of a being sparkly. The formula is described as long wearing and I have found that it holds up well on my oily skin.
(I attempted a photo to show what it looks like on but my camera didn't seem to pick up the colour well)
Flowerchild is the first powder blush I've tried from Becca and I'm impressed with the formula, lasting power and pretty shade. I imagine I'll be reaching for the pinky coral colour a lot during the summer months. It looks lovely paired with Becca's bronzing powder and also works well when I layer it with Guava Beach tint.
Flowerchild is available from Zuneta where it's priced at £25.00