Blushes/lip and cheek cremes
Blossom: I never thought it would happen, but it has: Blossom is the perfect "no-blush" blush for me. I've tried so many blushes and bronzers in every color and formula available and every single one, no matter how it was applied, was always at least a tiny bit noticeable. (Not that I really mind, as I need some color in my cheeks and I like playing with a variety of shades.) Blossom looks totally natural on my pale skin. It looks very drab in the pan but on my skin it's a gorgeous nude. I was shocked at how it looked as though I weren't wearing anything - I just looked healthy. I also put some on my medium-toned mom and it looked fabulous on her too. While it's a perfect shade for me I think it's best to try it on before purchasing, if possible.
Coquette: Looking at this in the pan I was afraid it would just make my cheeks look dirty, but it showed up a lovely shimmery golden beige. It's similar in color to Bobbi Brown Sandstone and Copper Diamond shimmerbricks, but a touch more golden than the brownish tones those have and the shimmer is definitely much more subtle. I thought it was pretty close to Nars Sertao blush, but upon swatching and trying them both on either side of my face, Sertao is a lot warmer. Like the other Soft Touch blushes this provides a nice candlelit glow and is finely milled with great color payoff, so I don't need much for my pale skin. I think this would be best on warm medium/dark complexions, but applied lightly fair skin can make it work.
Malika: I'm in love with this! It's a gorgeous, subtle peachy-nude that leaves an absolutely amazing candlelit glow on my cheeks. Colorwise it's similar to Shu M Peach 41, but somehow prettier (I guess it's the glow effect!) Pigmentation is excellent - not so pigmented that I have to use a skunk brush but not so sheer that I have to pile on a ton of product - just perfect for my fair skin. I don't think this would show up on dark skin except as a highlighter, but for pale/medium skintones this is a must-have in my opinion.
Petal: Nice product and color but I wouldn't repurchase because it's pretty much identical to Stila Gladiola convertible color and very similar to Stila Dahlia rouge pot, both of which I own. It's a fairly bright orangey peach and very pigmented, so I only need to use a tiny amount. It works on my fair skin but I think it would be even more flattering on warm, medium and dark skin tones since it's a very warm shade. As with Rosebud this product doesn't work as a lip color (way too orange and same feeling of dryness) but makes a great easy-to-blend and long-lasting cream blush. If you don't already own anything similar then this is a good buy.
Rosebud: I had been eyeing this for a long time since I love Becca's regular creme blushes so much, so I finally caved and bought it. While it doesn't work as a lip color for me (feels very dry and looks way too Easter-egg pink) it's excellent as a blush. Colorwise it's similar to Jouer cream blush in Petal -- matte cool pink -- but a tad more pigmented. I only need to use the tiniest amount on my fair skin, so I'm assuming this shade would work for darker skin tones as well. The texture is almost identical to Becca's creme blushes and has the same great staying power, but I found this to be a bit more emollient and even easier to blend. Definitely a good purchase if you want a cool pink cream blush that lasts.
Sylph: This is everything I wanted Benefit Dandelion to be and more! It's a gorgeous pale warm/neutral pink with a very fine shimmer. The shimmer is more of a highlighter, similar to Bobbi Brown's shimmerbricks but even more subtle. It looks almost identical to Benefit Dandelion in the pan but much more pigmented and finely milled. It gives a beautiful natural glow and I love that I can apply it with a light hand to pair with smoky eyes, or put a bit more on and pair with more toned-down eyes and pink lips. Just be careful with storing or traveling with it - it's very delicate and shatters easily.
Wild Orchid: I love the texture of Becca's cream blushes and this is no exception - creamy and smooth and stays put on my oily skin. The color itself is gorgeous, a nice cool plummy lavender. Since it's so pigmented I need only a tiny bit for it to show up on my fair skin, so this means it would definitely show up on medium and dark skin tones (although you may need to layer a bit more on.) I love pairing it with silver eye shadow and a sheer violet or lilac lip, but it would work with pink lips too.
Other Becca products
Brow gel: I haven't tried many other brow gels or clear mascara but this is great. It doesn't flake and keeps my brows in place all day. Definitely worth the money, especially since the tube lasts a while even with daily use.
Compact concealer: This is a great concealer! Works wonders for concealing blemishes and redness - thick and creamy. As an undereye concealer it does get a little cakey, but as a blemish/redness concealer it covers VERY well and most importantly, doesn't fade or make my skin more oily than it is. For shade reference I'm NC 20 in MAC, Px Virtual Matte in Ecru, Armani Lasting Silk No. 4 and I wear Biscuit in this concealer.