Wet & Wild MegaGlow Highlighting Powder - Golden Flower Crown vs. BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter - Champagne

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According to Cruelty Free Kitty and PETA: Becca and W&W are certified cruelty-free. This is the closest dupe we've found to Champagne Pop & at $4.99 versus Becca at $38 our beauty guru thinks it's totally worth it! These are very similar in their color, vibrancy & formula. Champagne Pop is a bit more pigmented while Gold Flower Crown is a bit sheerer but buildable. So you can get it to look as pigmented as CP with a little bit of work. They are both a bit creamy in texture & blend wonderfully on the skin.

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fedtownqueen

12/17/2018

I completely agree! I LOVE both of these highlighters so much and if you spray a little setting spray on your brush before you go into the wet n wild one you get a bigger color payoff and it looks just as good as CP.

Amber G

04/13/2019

wet n wild is the bomb.com for Wayyyyy Less

Rosie

04/17/2019

Highly recommend the wet and wild one! And it’s super inexpensive so it can’t hurt to try

Blossem

04/20/2019

After using both brands the one I reach for more is Wet and Wild...with the price point,color pay off and convince for me the answer is simple!

Florida girl

05/06/2019

Love the Wet and Wild highlighter!

Tricia

06/17/2019

For 5 dollars, this highlighter is AMAZING. Like another reviewer stated, spraying your brush before you apply gives you just as much glow as Becca highlighter. I have tried multiple shades, and they are all SO pretty, but precious petals should be a staple in everyone’s make up collection.

Tricia

06/17/2019

For 5 dollars, this highlighter is AMAZING. Like another reviewer stated, spraying your brush before you apply gives you just as much glow as Becca highlighter. I have tried multiple shades, and they are all SO pretty, but precious petals should be a staple in everyone’s make up collection.

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