BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

BECCA Cosmetics Mineral Blush Wild Honey BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

I hope you all are enjoying the holiday season! The product in this post was definitely a bit of a holiday splurge. I’ve been intrigued by BECCA Cosmetics ever since they appeared in Sephora. After reading Becca at The Beauty Sample’s review of Sweet Pea, I was inspired to try a BECCA blush. I ended up purchasing Wild Honey.

Becca Wild Honey Mineral Blush BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey


On, Wild Honey is described as a peachy nude. I think of nudes as having a beige or brown base, but other than that, it’s a term that can describe such a range of colors. To me, colors like Wild Honey look less like any one single color and more like a blend of many. I uploaded an image of Wild Honey onto a Color Palette Generator (have you seen these, by the way? for all my fellow color fanatics, this is such a fun tool), here are the tones it came back with:

BECCA Mineral Blush Wild Honey Swatches BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

So as you can see, the blush is a blend of muted warm browns, pale burnt orange-y beige tones, dusty pinks, and light salmon peachy pinks. On my warm-toned skin, it leans more orange-peach than pink.


Wild Honey is incredibly buttery smooth and blendable. It’s a very soft and natural shade, but pigmentation is buildable, although it does maintain an underlying sheerness. I was recently reading a post by Sunny at Mostly Sunny where she described a product as being intentionally sheer. This is a perfect example of an intentionally sheer product. It’s beautifully formulated and highly pigmented, but not designed to give opaque coverage.

The finish is somewhere around a satin-matte. Like the Lippy Girl Oragnic Mineral Blushes, the first ingredient is Mica. I’m assuming this gives both blushes their not-flat-matte finish, although I’d say the BECCA blush is slightly more glowy than the Lippy Girl. I love this finish for blushes – they give you the slightest bit of highlight that won’t show up as shimmer or glitter, even in the most unflattering office lighting.

[learn_more caption="BECCA Mineral Blush Ingredients"] Mica, Squalane, Zinc Stearate, Lauroyl Lysine, Silica, Glyceryl Caprylate, Glycerin, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Retinyl Palmitate, Terpineol, Water/Aqua/Eau, p-Anisic Acid, Sodium Levulinate, Levulinic Acid, Potassium Sorbate. May contain/peut contenir [+/-]: Iron Oxides (Cl 77491, Cl 77492, Cl 77499), Titanium Dioxide (Cl 77891), Red 30 Lake (Cl 73360), Red 7 Lake (Cl 15850:1), Yellow 5 Lake (Cl 19140:1), Carmine (CI 75470).J1258[/learn_more]

BECCA Blush Wild Honey BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

BECCA COSMETICS Mineral Blush in Wild Honey BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

Becca Wild Honey Blush Swatch BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

My other nude blush is Sleek Suede. Here’s the two next to each other for comparison.

BECCA Blush Wild Honey Sleek Suede Comparison BECCA Mineral Blush in Wild Honey

The Basics


Have you tried BECCA Cosmetics? Do you have a favorite nude blush? I’d love to hear, let me know in the comments.

  • Sarah

    Hello :-) I have not try the blush until now, but I own two nail polishes from Becca. Tangerine Dream and Toasted Marshmallow. I love them :-) awesome.

    • Catherine

      Thank you for your comment, Sarah! I don’t think I’ve even seen the nail polishes, I’ll have to check them out. ♥

  • Katherine

    The color is lovely! I love Becca Cosmetics. :) One of my favorite brands!

    • Catherine

      Thank you for your comment, Katherine! This is my first Becca purchase and I’m impressed! What are your favorite products? ♥

  • Becca

    EEKS! Thank you so much for the shoutout, dear Catherine!! I feel so honored :D

    And YOU GOT THE SHADE I WANTED TO GO FOR NEXT!!! It’s so pretty I am swooning right now!

    • Catherine

      Just giving credit where credit is due ;) Thank YOU for showing this product! I had the hardest time choosing between Wild Honey and Sweet Pea, I went back and forth at least 4 times haha. This shade would be beautiful on you – I think it’d work for a lot of people, but particularly good for light-medium warm skintones! ♥

  • Sunny

    I have Damselfly and it’s easily one of my favorite blush formulas out there! I love how soft and pretty it looks, and the lasting power is amazing! I am waiting for them to come out with more shades, because I’d LOVE to own more!

    • Catherine

      Ohh I looked at Damsefly, it’s SO pretty! I think I remember it being similar to Wild Honey but brighter? I’ll have to go check your site for it. I’m so impressed with these blushes – the texture and colors especially. The only thing stopping me from rushing to get more is the price point ;)

  • Adeline

    Oh I might have to check these out. I haven’t tried Becca yet, but I’ve been eyeing their beach tints for awhile.

    • Catherine

      Thanks so much for your comment, Adeline! It took me a while to purchase anything from Becca (definitely outside my usual price range), but I’m really glad I did. I actually have a review & swatches of their beach tints coming up! ♥

      • Adeline

        Fantastic! I’ll look forward to it.

  • MyLuciteDreams

    Hi Catherine. I love the Becca Mineral blushes! They are a favorite. I have Songbird, it’s such a beauty. I’ve been thinking about picking this up as well, loving it! I also love the color generator! I’ve never seen that, what a helpful tool. I’ll probably be uploading photos all afternoon, haha. Love it :-)

    • Catherine

      Haha, it’s a little addicting! When I saw they give you HTML color codes, my first thought was YESS, now I can perfectly match my blog’s link color to my favorite lipstick ;)

      The Becca blush formula really is beautiful. I actually love it now even more than when I first reviewed it. Songbird looks so pretty… really every color in that line is appealing to me. ♥

  • Phyrra

    This is such a beautiful blush!

    • Catherine

      Thanks so much for your comment, Phyrra! It really is so pretty ♥

  • MsKimiKiwi YT

    This looks lovely! (:

    • Catherine

      I’ve been absolutely loving it. Thanks so much for your comment! ♥

  • Holly

    Hi, thanks for the post! I’m looking for the right peachy nude blush :P Have you tried Everyday Minerals’ blush in “Daydream”? I think it would be nice to see it in a comparison with these, too :)

    • Catherine

      I haven’t tried it but I’ve seen a lot of great blush shades from that brand. Everyday Minerals seems to have so many beautiful nude blushes… there were a couple very light beige-y nudes I almost ordered a while back. I’ll have to look at Daydream again! Thank you so much for leaving a comment, Holly! ♥