Becca Luna (6.5) Light Shifter Dewing Tint Review & Swatches

by Jeremy

Becca Luna (6.5) Light Shifter Dewing TintBecca Luna (6.5) Light Shifter Dewing Tint ($30.00 for one oz.) is a dark brown with neutral-to-warm undertones with subtle, reddish tones and a luminous sheen. It had a lightweight, spreadable consistency that felt like a gel cream, so it wasn’t runny or thin but spread particularly well over the skin, especially over base products. It’s marketed as both a tinted moisturizer and a standalone highlighter, and it had a tinted enough base that it yielded sheer coverage–as described–for all-over usage. It applied evenly to bare skin as a standalone highlighter on the

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high points of the face and blended over the foundation as it wasn’t prone to lifting it. The finish was dewy and luminous without being too tacky or wet, but it wasn’t transfer-resistant all over; those who love very dewy finishes may love it all over, but others may prefer it as a base under a more matte, medium-coverage foundation or used to add luminosity on specific areas. It had more of a sheen than an overtly pearly finish, so those who find other luminizing products too shimmery may prefer this formula. It wore well for nine hours before starting to look a little worn/faded.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like the scent).

Formula Overview

$30.00/1 oz. – $30.00 Per Ounce

It’s described as a ‘sheer tinted moisturizer” so that the shades are “flexible” while giving an “ultra-dewy finish.” When I saw the promotional video and read through the ingredient list, it was very much called to mind other tinted luminizing products, often more billed as luminizers than tinted moisturizers. I initially purchased the three shades closer to my skin tone, in case it was more tinted moisturizer than luminizer. Still, I’d say these are tinted luminizers.

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