Becca Eye Tint in Baroque

Becca Eye Tints are a “semi-sheer water-resistant creme that tints lids with a soft wash of colour. Long-wearing, crease-resistant and streak-free, it builds from semi-sheer to deep and dramatic.” 

Becca eye tints are  cream shadows that provide lids with a wash of color. The incredible silkiness of the cream is much similar to the line’s lip and cheek tints. A little bit goes a long way, the product remaining moist during blending for perfect application. The cream simply glides along the lid with great ease, whether using your finger or a brush. Although they are said to be buildable I didn’t receive much drama layering this color on me. The tint wears all day without ever falling into creases or smudging. 

Baroque is described as a mushroom beige. The color is very subtle and suitable for everyday or for achieving a natural look. The tint works perfectly as a base to apply powder shadows. It gives you a smooth surface and helps keep shadow in place all day. Worn alone or layered I quite love the look of Baroque. Although there is no shimmer in the product it has a radiant quality to it.

wearing Becca eye tint in Baroque

Becca Eye Tints are $24 (here)


15 thoughts on “Becca Eye Tint in Baroque

  1. I have this one too! The formula is great, but I’m not too sure about the color yet. It pulls really warm on me! I might have to try to combine it with different shadows so it’d look a bit less warm 🙂 You’re as gorgeous as ever!

  2. I tried the beach tint and the formula separated on me in less than 6 months. So I hesitate purchasing anything cream from Becca. It might be a dud or it might be our weather here, but I actually stored it in a cool place. It’s a bummer, no? This shade looks absolutely lovely!

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