The Becca Blushed with Light Palette originally retailed for $34, but I wasn't able to get my hands on it before it was sold out everywhere. Well, okay not everywhere since Sephora.ph still had some. I didn't want to buy one from them at first because they were selling it almost double the original price.
But last December, Sephora.ph put the palette on sale for P1620, so I finally got one. And then, a couple of weeks later, I got a second palette when they rolled back the price even more to P1250. Since it was December, I had a Sephora birthday coupon (P350).. subtracting that to the sale price, I actually got my second one for only P900!!!! SCORE.
*I sold the first one I got, of course :P
Wisteria is a matte rose mauve
Songbird is a shimmery warm orange
Snapdragon is a bright pink from the luminous blush range
I don't have photos of me wearing Songbird because weirdly, it just looks exactly like Snapdragon on me. Despite Songbird being orange, and Snapdragon being pink — they both look bright pink on me! They're also both from the "luminous blush" range, so they're shimmery. Meaning, yes, both emphasize my acne scars. I know, how lovely..
I love how Wisteria looks on me, though. It actually reminds me of my very first blush: MAC Blushbaby. It's a muted rose shade, and I find it very flattering on any skin tone. Whenever I use this, I also put some on my nose ala Kim Bok Joo for added cuteness lol. (She is my favorite; I don't think I'll ever get over her ♥)
The blushes are not buttery-soft, in fact, all three are quite on the dry/hard side. It does not affect their performance though, because all three are SUPER pigmented, so there's that.
If you can still find this palette, especially if it's on sale, go ahead and grab it. It's not the best blush palette there is, but it's certainly not bad for the price. :)
*Becca is (was?) cruelty-free, but was recently acquired by the Estee Lauder company. They have plans of expanding in Asia (we'll see if Mainland China will be included).