BECCA is and will remain a cruelty-free company. We do not test our products on animals and we will continue to hold true to this principle.
BECCA’s Professional Makeup Artist program is closed at this time. We appreciate your understanding and hope to re-launch again soon. Please keep an eye on our website’s FAQ for updates.
Is BECCA a part of The Estée Lauder Companies?
Yes, BECCA is a proud member of The Estée Lauder Companies.
Why has BECCA joined The Estée Lauder Companies?
Our #BECCABeauties are our guiding light. The past few years have been amazing and we have grown tremendously. We appreciate all of your support and love to help get us where we are today. As we continue on our journey, we are excited to join The Estée Lauder Companies family. With their extra support, we will be able to bring our products and vision to even more #BECCABeauties worldwide.
Will BECCA products or formulas change in any way now that BECCA is owned by The Estée Lauder Companies?
BECCA’s beloved products and formulas will remain the same. We believe light is the essence of beauty. We are dedicated to each and every one of our fans and your own individual take on beauty. That’s why we are committed to being inclusive and creating products in balanced shade ranges for all skin tones, from fairest to deepest. The Estée Lauder Companies are incredibly supportive of BECCA continuing our mission.
Are BECCA products Gluten Free? Are they vegan?
BECCA Cosmetics does not claim any of our products are gluten free or vegan.
Do BECCA products contain parabens?
Most BECCA products are paraben-free; however, some are not. We’ve included a full listing of ingredients for each product on the product page and specify claims like “paraben-free” in the Details and Ingredients tab of each page.
Why does the order of the ingredients differ based on place-of-purchase?
It is important our Ingredient Labels comply with mandated regulations and guidelines in the different countries in which our products are sold. As we grow internationally and update packaging for global regions, you may notice some small changes to the label. For example, in the European Union (EU) Mica is not considered a ‘colorant or pigment” and would be featured in the body of the Ingredient Label. Whereas, in the United States (US), Mica is considered a colorant, and therefore listed before the "May Contain" section of the Ingredient Label. These updates do not impact product formulas in any way, the changes apply to packaging only, strictly to meet necessary labeling requirements in each region in which we offer BECCA merchandise.
Why does BECCA re-release shades from Limited Edition products?
When a product or shade is Limited Edition, it means we have produced a limited number of quantity. When a product or shade is permanent it means production is ongoing and items can be constantly restocked. Our #BECCABeauties are our guiding light and when we hear your requests for Limited Edition shades to be made part of the permanent BECCA collection, we work hard to make these requests a reality. This was the case with our Luminous Blush in Blushed Copper, Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter Champagne Pop and Prosecco Pop.