Everyone knows that Becca makes award-winning highlighters – and now it’s winning at inclusivity too. The beauty brand has added to its range with the darkest ever illuminator for dark skin tones – the new shade is called Chocolate Geode and it’s described as "an eye-catching, rich chocolate brown with golden pearl finish". As shown on the stunning Seynabou Cissé, the Senegalese model is glowing as if she’s lit from within. The 23-year-old is wearing Chocolate Geode; we can see a generous application on the cheekbones, her brow bones, and inner-eye corners. It’s official – you really can wear it anywhere you want.
Seynabou Cissé is a model face to watch
According to Cult Beauty, the creamy powder luminiser is like “crushed gemstones in a compact”. It’s ultra-fine and blurs imperfections, as well as giving skin an enviable, lit-from-within glow.
As well as Chocolate Geode, two other shades were added to the range - Prismatic Amethyst and Rose Quartz. These were initially both limited-edition but proved so popular with fans they were added to the family permanently, and would look amazing on all skin tones. In fact, lavender highlighter was recently the dubbed the makeup trend for summer.
You can find Becca's Shimmering Skin Perfector in Chocolate Geode at CultBeauty.com now for £32.
Fans are super happy with Becca for the recent addition of Chocolate Geode, with one commenting on Instagram: “The diversity shown here makes me emotional – every woman deserves to be represented in this way. This is beautiful.”
Becca isn’t the first brand to broaden its highlighter range; MAC launched Mineralized Skin Finish in Gold Deposit, Glossier’s Haloscope highlighter in Topaz is another favourite, and fans go wild for Charlotte Tilbury’s Filmstar Bronze and Glow in Medium to Dark.
If the idea of highlighting is too scary, mix the products into your moisturiser to give your face a golden hue.