|Would buy this product again.||87%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Hm. I feel a little ambivalent about this. I feel it's a little sheer and on the orange side. I don't particularly mind sheer, but it's just an odd shade of orangey nude on my yellow undertone NC25-30 skin tone if I don't blend it with a different blush. It looks incredibly shimmery in the pan, but it's very natural and NOT glittery/shimmery once applied. I guess overall I do like this blush, but it wasn't what I was hoping it would be. I was really hoping it would be my HG glowy nude blush but alas, the search continues.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Very pretty champagne flush. I quite like it for a high light powder because I don't feel like it's dark enough on my complexion to be an actual blush. Very pigmented and will last me a long time. I HATE the Becca packaging though. This does give you a very angelic look!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This blush exceeded my expectations. I was looking for a nude kind of blush to use basically just to accentuate my cheek bones. It does it perfectly and more, it adds a polished look. I wear it by itself everyday and if I want to add rosiness to my cheecks I add Gypsy PSP on the apples of my cheeks. Highly recomend this blush, granted I got it with 50% off.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Silver Eyes: Hazel
Wisp is similar to Becca's Flamenco bronzer - not a dupe, per se, but it's close. I use Flameco almost every day - it is my go-to matte bronzer. Wisp is like Flamenco in that it is a light bronze/tan with lovely peach undertones. The only difference between the two is that Wisp has a bit more apricot/peach than Flamenco does, and Wisp has a lovely, soft, subtle, golden shimmer, while Flamenco is matte.
For my NC20ish skin, Wisp is a combo blush/bronzer with *plenty* of pigment. I pat my 187 brush lightly on the powder for a perfect color payoff. In closing, even though Wisp is close to Flamenco, the extra peachiness and the truly amazing (tho subtle!) golden glow make it different enough to not only keep it, but to treasure it. ♥
EDIT 9/12/09 -- This is now my favorite blush of life. I like it more than Sylph, Malika, GA #1 and Chanel Tea Rose.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
At first I wasn't sure if this was going to be too warm because I'm NW15, but that is so not the case. I find this product to be very versatile and blendable. I like to layer it on top of a brighter blush, this tones it down and makes it look really nice. It can almost be used for anything, a blush, highligher or a bronzer. It is very subtle and adds a nice glimmer that is very subtle, I just love this blush!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a great nude blush. Reminds me of Chanel Nude with shimmer. Doesn't turn orange on me at all or accentuate my sometimes red cheeks. Just a nice soft beige with a tiny bit of peach.
Kind of pricey, but should last a long time
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was lucky to swap for this. When I first saw Wisp, I was skeptical whether it will look too bronze or orange on me as the colour appears in the pan. P/s: The colour looks similar to Becca Flamenco Bronzer in the pan but turns up differently after application. Fortunately,Wisp turns up very beautifully on my cheeks with a peachy-beige hue.Not orangy nor looking muddy at all. ( you may refer to my FOTD pictures to take a look).
Overall, very natural and polished I must say, and this will definitely be great for nude look.Texture is silky and fine with subtle shimmers. This lasted on my cheeks the whole day too. Now Im impressed with beige blushes, something different from the usual pink,peach,rosy,coral blushes that I have. Will like to try more beige blushes next time esp LM crushed hazelnut! For reference, Im a MAC nc 15, LM Porcelain, Becca Sand.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Finally. I waited over 6 months for this to come out. Why Becca could only get pieces of it's Spring collection out at a time we will never really know. This week I was today Becca finally updated it's website, which was great because in June Holiday 2006 really was not cutting it, and I saw Wisp in stock. I was so in doubt that I called to make sure and yes they did have it and so I did an order which was great because I hear Sephora is pulling Becca and Nordstrom's seems to have done the same so I'd like a place to order from other than NM and BG. Having the full product line doesn't hurt either and they even had a GWP.
So Wisp. It's the same type of powder (very finely milled) as the other soft touch blushes but I was surprised at how dark it was. I pictured it so light from the picture but it's a good thing that it is darker. It's like a it's a nude blush with a hint of bronzer in it but when I say that I mean for very fair tones (for everyone else I'd say it's a nude). It's a golden tan nude with a hint of peach and gold glimmers. Very subtle and good for any nude look you might want to try. I did the full Go Nude look with Wisp layered over Blossom and also on the eyes over the new Eye Tint and was very pleased. Wisp gives off a nice polished glow without screaming I'm wearing makeup. I like this much better than Sylph but I think Malika is still my favorite soft touch. Wisp is great and I think I will get lots of use out of it. Becca Sand LSC, NARS Mont Blanc, Fresh Nothern Light. UPDATE- Wisp is really a standout over the eye tint and blossom. It's a very nude but polished look and I've had lots of compliments. Over the eye tint is really makes a pretty subtle shimmer, I really love it.