Becca Champagne Pop Glow Dust Highlighter is a light-medium, peachy gold with warm undertones and a luminous sheen. It’s pretty much a dead ringer for the original, pressed version of Champagne Pop, so if you have that, this would be very redundant; the biggest difference is that the loose version ended up being a bit more buildable in coverage and level of glow. The loose powder felt finely-milled, silky, and applied evenly and blended out easily. It had a moderate glow that was noticeable but didn’t emphasize my skin’s natural texture. It wore well for eight hours on me before fading slightly.
Per the brand, the formula is supposed to be “liquid-like and velvety soft” with a “hyper-reflective glow.” The powder was finely-milled enough that I think the texture is as described–silky and smooth more than liquid per se–while the glow itself was more moderate and buildable but not “hyper-reflective” out of the box (pot).