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Lowlight Sculpting Perfector by BECCA

Lowlight Sculpting Perfector

staying power(10)
pigmentation: sheer

Top Reviews


blends well

this product blends like a dream

- Cult Beauty User

(i just use a realtechniques contour brush) i've also used my fingers to do it in a rush, and warming the product helps its blendability so thats an option if you want it

- Sephora User



pros: its lightweight, versatile, and the pigmentation has just enough gray to absorb light to accurately depict a shadow and contour

- Sephora User

i layer my contouring, so the pigmentation is perfect, because i can build it up as much as i need, without it feeling to heavy

- Sephora User

staying power


it glides on, it's buildable and it lasts all day

- Sephora User

it's long lasting and worth the money

- Sephora User



with an almost balmy texture it applies almost translucent but then when you take a step back you can see where it make a very natural shadow effect

- Sephora User

it's pretty sheer and incredibly natural looking, which is why i love it

- Sephora User
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Sephora userJuly 17, 2015


As someone with very fair, very yellow toned skin, it's been a challenge finding any sort of bronzer/sculptor that doesn't skew muddy and red on my face. I love how sheer the colour of this is, as well as the firmer texture, as it prevents me from over-applying. I use a synthetic angled brush with this, and find that the smoothness of the bristles prevent the brush from picking up as much product as a natural hair brush would. This is perfect for me, but someone with darker skin tones could try a natural hair brush for more pigmentation. I've had no problems with blending this, either over foundation or on a bare face. Oh, yeah, and it's scented the same as their liquid shimmering skin perfector. The scent dissipates upon application, but it'll linger on your brush if you don't wash it between each use. <span class="shop__a pd-reviews__translate-span">« less</span>

- Sephora
Sephora userAugust 12, 2014


This stuff is truly amazing. I picked it up on a whim because I was unfamiliar with the Becca brand and wanted to give something of theirs a try. This seemed like a key piece in their Perfector line, so I gave it a go. First thing, when you use this product, be sure to choose your brush carefully. You'll want to use something flat -- like a flat, more traditional foundation brush; or a flat angled brush. This will just ensure that you apply the stuff correctly so it can live up to its promises :) Once you've chosen your brush, it's super easy to apply. The color can be easily adjusted to your skin tone (i.e., to accommodate a tan in the summer or paler skin in the fall/ winter). It's a neutral brown (think, a slightly more sheer cream/ gel version of Chocolate Soleil), so it can suit those with olive skin tones, darker chocolate/ mocha skin tones, yellow undertones -- you name it. Lighter skinned ladies should obviously use a lighter hand in the application; and if you do, I promise you won't be disappointed. The stuff has a very natural look, but it can be adjusted for additional drama/ photo makeup. I love this stuff -- and it works particularly well under bronzing powders. I like to blend some in after my BB/ CC cream (I don't do foundation in the summer); then, I go in with Chocolate Soleil to the contoured areas and blend it out with Milk Chocolate Soleil or traditional setting powder. The effect is a beautifully tanned looking face -- but NOT a "bronzer face"... i.e., no orangey-red undertones or any of that weirdness. For the no-tan seasons, this product also performs well alone over foundation/ under setting powder + illuminator for a natural glow. I like to use it in concert with my Too Faced Natural Face pallette for that (though I bet it'd look lovely with the "Secret to No Makeup" palette, too). Enjoy! <span class="shop__a pd-reviews__translate-span">« less</span>

- Sephora
Sephora userSeptember 27, 2014

amazing contour!!!

I've always used bronzers, never with shimmer but always with the intention to have it look like natural shadow. When Lancôme stopped making their darker matte bronzer I was on the hunt. MUFE matte bronzers were too orangey, and definitely didn't look like shadow, more like I was putting a different undertone of darker foundation on my face. But this... this is amazing. I didn't realize how creamy it was, and at first I didn't think I could blend it. The trick for me wasn't using an angled contouring brush but rather a narrow, domed foundation brush. I swirl the contouring cream on just the tip of it and draw my line. I don't like contouring my jawline so I just do the sides of my temples and down in the hollows of my cheeks. After I draw, I lightly go over the edges and blur/blend it swiping like you would eyeshadow almost. Then I set it with a thin layer of Milk Chocolate Soleil by Too Faced. I want to try it with the highlighter by Becca too but I think I like how natural just a lowlight is. For the tops of my cheekbones and my lips, I use a light wash of Becca's waterproof stain in Dragonfruit. Done and done and perfect. This is the HG product for contouring that takes time getting used to, takes a great brush and experienced hand but when it's done right my goodness it's PERFECTION!!!! <span class="shop__a pd-reviews__translate-span">« less</span>

- Sephora
beautybridge.com userNovember 4, 2015

Just that perfect color for a natural contour

With so many contour powders, cremes, sticks, and foundations out there, it can be a bit daunting to find just the right product that is the right balance of warm and cool, with just the right consistency to make it hard to over-apply. Of course blending is always going to be extremely important no matter what product you use, but I really do find that this product makes application a breeze. It has a more sheer consistency with just the tiniest amount of what I can only describe as sheen. I recommend applying either under or over foundation (depending on how you plan to apply your foundation, with with a foundation brush or sponge/blender) with a small synthetic brush. You can also always deepen the color of the contour by adding a powder after setting foundation with powder, but the product performs beautifully on its own. I am Latina with a light to medium golden olive complexion, and this contour color works well for me. <span class="shop__a pd-reviews__translate-span">« less</span>

- beautybridge.com
Sephora userFebruary 26, 2015

NO color payoff even on fair skin

I am about as fair as they come and was a bit worried about how dark this product looked. But I really wanted to try a cream contour, so I asked for and got this as a birthday gift. My worries were for nothing - there is ZERO color payoff. I've tried using brushes, my fingers, a beauty blender...nothing works. By the time I am done trying to 'build' (ha!) this product on my skin, my foundation/bb cream has been essentially rubbed off. This was a big, expensive disappointment.

- Sephora


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