July 23, 2012

Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything

I’ve long since hit pan on my Benefit Confessions of a Conceal-a-holic. That’s why my eye is on the new Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything Palette.

Yeah, no secret, I’m a total concealer h0r. Facts is facts, before eyeshadow, before blush, I head right for the concealer.

I’m always hunting for the next great concealer and strangely enough I sometimes hope and wish I won’t find my HG concealer so I can happily keep hunting and trying new ones.

The new Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything not only contains concealer but other key pieces for creating a flawless face.

Take a peek!

Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything Palettes ($30) are a new box makeup set set that contain four Benefit favs for creating a flawless complexion.

These sets are available in Light, Medium, and Deep and include:

The sets will be available in August at Sephora.com, Sephora, and BenefitCosmetics.com

Most of the products I’m a HUGE fan of already like Boi-ing and Hello Flawless. I love the idea of having them all in one set for easy travel.

Whatcha think?

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  • Littlecreek

    Benefit base/concealers make me sad. The lightest shade is too dark for me so I miss out on all their goodies. πŸ™

  • Becca @ The Beauty Sample

    “…strangely enough I sometimes hope and wish I won’t find my HG concealer so I can happily keep hunting and trying new ones.” LOL spoken like a true beauty addict πŸ˜› I definitely know the feeling though…it’s fun to be on a constant hunt for your “HG” products–but I don’t know what I would do if I ever actually found one! Luckily (or unluckily??) I’ve never found an “HG” of anything–I’ve found items that I really, really love and will use for a while but I am always on the hunt for the next big thing!

    • the Muse

      LOL! I constantly find things that work great Becca but still proceed to look for something else what is wrong with us!?

  • Vanessa

    Bought one (medium, which suits my NC25-30ish skin) during the flash sale last Friday at Sephora and I absolutely love the kit. It looks discreet since it’s disguised as a book, and the insert can be removed so I can reuse it to hold other things. I love the foundation (“I’m so Money” honey) and plan on buying the full-sized version soon cause the one in the kit would probably last 12-15 uses.

  • Nat

    I like that the Boi-ing appears to be in a plastic closeable container, unlike in the concealaholic kit. πŸ™‚

  • Alanna

    “I sometimes hope and wish I won’t find my HG concealer so I can happily keep hunting and trying new ones.”
    muse omigosh i know exactly what you mean! i’ve been doing that oil-only cleansing stuff for a couple months, and my skin looks AMAZING, clear, hydrated, doesn’t oil itself crazily, better than it’s ever looked… but but but… i miss cleansers! toners! bits and bobs and complicated things! i hope i never find a HG ever again!

      • Alanna

        I’m using equal parts jojoba, castor, and grapeseed oils, but that is subject to change without notice as I experiment with formulations! My skin seems to really favor jojoba which is interesting because that’s what my mom used on me when I was little to soothe my eczema. But yeah, no soap, cleanser, or toner has touched my face for a couple months. I still use eyecream and a little moisturizer on my dryer spots on my forehead and cheeks. The oil cleansing is weird because you can literally feel the little “beads” of hardened sebum being pulled out as you massage your face and they soften, and my pore strips and black masks work a lot better and I need them less frequently.

        • Littlecreek

          Hmmmm. Interrrrrrrresting. Sounds like I will be spending some time googling this evening. Thanks!

  • Shelby

    I’ve heard the lighest version actually has the third lightest concealer, so not for us fair girls or anyone below an NW/NC 25.

  • rebecca

    I’d love it, but the LIght isn’t light enough for me so I miss out πŸ™ I wish they’d do a “Fair” option…

  • Allysun

    O man this looks cool. I’d super love to try this except, I think the included “Champagne” shade is going to be too dark for me.. (I’m always the lightest/2nd lightest in most foundations/concealers :-/).
    I got excited since Benefit only included shade 2 concealer in their boxes before, but this one actually has shade 1!
    Perhaps if l start fake baking now, I’ll be able to pull it off by the time it releases haha ;D

  • Sam

    I always want sets like these and with a $30 price tag, it’s not expensive! However my skintone is tan and I wish brands came out with more shades in sets like these for deeper skintone gals D:
    maybe next time…*sighs* I know MUFE has a set like this but it’s like 70 bucks…-_-