Another palette I purchased towards the end of last year (ULTA), was the Becca Afterglow Palette (construction made me hide away all my new makeup). The Afterglow Palette contains three (3) Shimmering Skin Perfectors PRESSED in Moonstone, Rose Gold & Topaz AND two (2) Mineral Blushes in Wild Honey & Flowerchild. Remember, Becca offers their Skin Perfectors in POURED, PRESSED & LIQUID (as discussed HERE). Well this palette just confirms, that I love PRESSED (& LIQUID). Remember how I didn't like the Rose Gold POURED? Well, I LOVE Rose Gold PRESSED! It looks so good on the nose & as a blush topper. Same for Topaz! Topaz POURED if applied too heavily looked muddy on me, but the PRESSED version is very beautiful. I was worried that Moonstone was too white (chalky) for my complexion, but surprisingly it wasn't. When applied, it gives a nice glow. You don't need very much of these, because they are highly pigmented. This palette also gives you some great options, if you're on the go a lot or travel. For me, it was cheaper to buy than purchasing all of these separately (plus, I didn't know if I would like skin perfectors). Now, the two blushes. I've never tried Becca's blushes before. I recently purchased one of their newer ones ... Luminous Blush Blushed Copper (can't wait to try). The formula is great! They're very pigmented and apply well to the skin. For me, it was the choice of colors that was a little problematic. Wild Honey, is beautiful but applies lighter than shown in the palette. So it kind of blended into my skin. I may just need to apply more. It's very subtle. When I swatched Flowerchild on the back of my hand, I felt it was a pink that wouldn't agree with me. It wasn't quite my favorite pink, but it looks much better on. This palette is very sleek, streamlined and I love that it contains a built in mirror. It fits comfortably in your hands, so it's not cumbersome and as I mentioned previously it gives you some really nice options. Overall, I'm very pleased and can see myself getting lots of use out of it.