Benefit boxed powders

Hey everyone!

Today I have a quick post on the Benefit boxed powders. I will be showing you guys which ones I have and whether I recommend them or not. They cost around €34 depending on where you get them, which makes them quite expensive but these are the kind of products that last a long time so you do get your money’s worth.

Sugarbomb is a typical peachy pink kind of blush perfect for everyday use. It’s nicely pigmented, but it’s definitely more of a sheer wash of colour with a nice glow. However it’s not shimmery either so it won’t look like you have glitter all over your cheeks.

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I’m sure you’ve seen this before, but here is what it looks like. I usually just swirl the 4 colours together with my ELF stipple brush and we’re ready to go.

Dallas is my latest addition to the family. I originally got it as a 2 in 1 thing. You know.. for when I’m running late and I want to contour and apply blush at the same time because it is that universal kind of shade. However I have been enjoying it a lot lately just as a blush.

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It is a matte blush but it does have a very slight sheen to it. It’s just such a beautiful shade for fall and winter without being too dark. They describe it as a ‘dusty sunset plum’ powder… yeah that’s pretty much it.

The last one has been on my blog before. The Hoola bronzer is the first one I got because it was raved about so much. It does its job as a bronzer and a contour powder really well so I don’t blame them.

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You can go and read my Best of bronzers post if you want to know more about it.

And of course some swatches: Sugarbomb – Dallas – Hoola (from top to bottom).

Till next time!


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