The new Benefit Fake Up Crease-Control Hydrating Concealer ($24) will be available this March in three shades. I happen to be a huge fan of Benefit concealers particularly Boi-ing which has played a very important part of my early twenties concealing adventures. When I heard Benefit Fake Up Concealer was launching I immediately couldn’t wait to get my hands on it and play!
Hydrating concealer? Check I need some of that considering how dry my eyes are! Crease-control? I need that too please! Thanks every so much.
So what’s the verdict on Benefit’s newest concealer?
A little sneaky peek at Benefit Fake Up Hydrating Concealer is on HSN today.
You know me, I get terribly excited about concealer and this looks a treat!
Benefit World Famous Neutrals Most Glamorous Nudes Ever is one of three new $30 makeup palettes introduced by Benefit for Spring 2013.
These essential kits contain six different eyeshadows in two different formulas for creating nude, natural looks for Spring. I mentioned in a prior post that this palette could be one of my favorites of Spring 2013 and I still stand by that. I’m just loving the shades so MUCH!
Do love the new Benefit World Famous Neutrals Most Glamorous Nudes Ever. It could be my most favorite palette release of Spring 2013 to date peeps.
But than again, for palettes, Spring has been a little slow going eh? But yeah, I’m all about neutrals and I’m really liking these shades! It’s Complicated, this delightful peach shade, is prob one of my fav shades in the kit…well, perhaps that’s a lie, all the shades are rather lovely.
Take a peek!
Benefit Primping with the Stars ($32) is one of three new All-Star Instant Beauty Kits that the brand is launching this January at Sephora which includes essentials for lips, cheeks, and eyes.
If you’re a fond fan of Benefit you’ll appreciate having all your favs in one easy to carry around palette or if you’ve never tried some of Benefit’s cult favorite products this is a good chance to do so without committing to a full size.
Take a look!