From left to right:
Parisette lipgloss (soft pink)
Hollyhock lip and cheek cream (I love this. It's a berry/rose shade, very flattering because it's not purply like a lot of berry shades.)
Tulle demi-matte eyeshadow (pinkish lilac)
Charmeuse demi-matte eyeshadow (neutral mushroom beige)
Emmanuelle eyeliner powder (cool brown)
The liner shade is not terribly pigmented used dry; I think this is one of those products that to get a strong line you have to use wet or use with a sealant type product. I will man up and try it with my Illamasqua sealant one day. In the meantime, it does give a soft line used dry with a push brush.
The overall effect is very soft and pretty; softly defined pastel eyes (I'm using Tulle on my lid, Charmeuse in the crease), flushed berry cheeks and flushed pink lips (I'm using the gloss over a dab of the creme on my lips.) I've added a little bit of Nymph shimmer powder to my cheek and on my browbone; if you wanted to add a shimmer powder to the look I'd recommend one of the cooler tones like Nymph or Gypsy. This is definitely a cooler toned palette, which is a nice change of pace from the Aurora palette (the last palette released, which was warm bronze/plum toned.)
Swatches are below in the same order:
Both pictures are clickable for larger/closer images. The Becca Showgirl collection is available at Beauty Expert here. Becca is a lovely brand, if expensive, and this palette is a good way to try a few different products all at once for £55. The eyeshadows and liner are all 1g; which is the same size as a full-sized product (although with the liner bought separately you do get a sealant.) The lip gloss and lip/cheek cream are both 1.5g each.
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