The Becca X Jaclyn Hill collection is coming to Australia

Get ready to glow, baby, glow

Beauty Crew Contributor / May 25 2017

Back in 2015, makeup artist and YouTuber Jaclyn Hill collaborated with BECCA Cosmetics and created the brand’s most popular powder highlighter ever - Champagne Pop. 

Originally launched as a limited edition item, the peachy-gold skin brightener was soon added to BECCA’s permanent product line up because its looks-amazing-on-every-single-skin-tone formula kept selling out instantly.

So, it’ll come as no surprise to hear the two are pairing up again to extend the Champagne Pop family with a full Champagne Collection.

Highlighter lovers will soon be able to get their hands on a limited edition Champagne Glow palette, which includes two large golden highlighter shades: the original Champagne Pop shade and the brand new Prosecco Pop. Add to that three exciting new blush shades - Rose Spritz, Amaretto and Pamplemousse - and it’s safe to say we’re excited.

But that’s not where the good news ends. The much-loved Champagne Pop pressed power highlighter shade will soon be permanently available in BECCA’s Shimmering Skin Perfector and Poured Crème formulas. Hurrah! There are also some incredibly pretty highlighter-blush duos that you'll want in your kit as soon as they're available.

The new limited edition Champagne Glow Palette will be in Australian Sephora stores come Monday July 11 (you'll want to make a point to go in ASAP - these babies have been selling out like hotcakes in the US) priced at a cool $89, while other products, like the highlighter-blush duos, in the collection will be in stores later on in the month.

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Cherie is somewhat of a digital dinosaur, having kick-started her beauty writing career back in 2009 at PRIMPED alongside industry expert Zoë Foster Blake. Since then, her words have appeared online and on paper for BEAUTYcrew, POPSUGAR, beautyheaven, New Idea, and Fitness First, while her marketing know-how has helped brands such as L'Oréal Paris, The Body Shop, A’kin, and Dr. LeWinn’s add a journalistic flair to their digital content. She is a vocal advocate for (physical) sunscreen, is rather fond of a bold lip, and is utterly terrible at styling hair.