BECCA Beach tint in Fig

BECCA Beach tint is a water-resistant gel color for lips and cheeks.


Becca beach tint has a creamy gel consistency that blends very well without any streaking. The product does not dry right away allowing you to spread the product completely. It comes in a very small a 0.24 oz tube, but slightest amount is needed to cover the entire cheek, which makes up for the amount purchased. It has a yummy sweet fruity scent to it. I chose a the color Fig which is a light pink/brown. The color choice might be a tad light for my skin tone especially in the summer months. I needed to layer the product to gain more color. I have also applied it to my lips, which didn’t give me much color at all. However,  I am thrilled with the results. The color appears translucent and so natural ,giving me color that looks like it came from within. The product blended seemlessly leaving little evidence of where i’ve applied it and where it ends. The creamy formula gave my skin a glowing sheen. I truly love this product, I think it is exceptional. I would love to pick up a brighter color for the days when I need more of a pop.

Becca Beach tint come is six shades:

Guava – a fresh coral-pink

Rasberry – a deep berry pink

Peach – peach with a hint of pink

Watermelon – a pink

Grapefruit – a fresh orange-pink

Fig – a nude pink

Unfortunatelly this product is hard to come across in certain colors. I got mine at who can add you to a wait list for this product.

 Have you tried Becca Beach tints?

11 thoughts on “BECCA Beach tint in Fig

  1. The lips and cheek tint in Grapefruit is still one of my favorite multipurpose products. Wonderful for on the go & the summer time. Which one do you use more regulary?

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