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Benefit's brand new cheek & lip tint is three shades of gorgeous. This creamy stick features lovely coral, watermelon, and champagne pigments that blend together for a sheer wash of color. The swipe-on stick is supereasy to apply—great for times when you’re on the go. We got the first look on this multitasking wonder—see the blush in action in our exclusive video with Benefit's Maggie Ford Danielson in their Soho boutique.
I do not like this product, I should have gotten the bene-tints instead. This product feels greasy and doesn't stay on for long time wear.1
I am a Benefit lover...I love Benefit and I usually chose their products over another brand. I was excited to get my Fine-One-One and bought it after I watched the How To video but, it was not what I was expecting. I am fair skinned and I do not feel like the colors complemented my complexion. The highlighter was not visible enough for me and it almost seemed like the color disappeared once it was rubbed in correctly. I am very sad that it did not impress me because I have been waiting awhile to try this out.1
I saw this heavily advertised in magazines and on websites and it was pretty new but pretty well liked and I wanted to try a new cheek stain. This was awful, it doesn't stay at all and it barely shows, it's not a buildable color either. I have fair skin so if it's not showing on me it's not going to show on anyone else. It was really disappointing.1
I sampled this product before I bought it - and I am so happy I did. I had high expectations but this cheek/lip tint went on cakey/chalky and wore off my face almost instantly. I use Benefit foundation, too! Sorry Benefit, not a fan. The color is beautiful and others seem to like it but it just didn't work well for me. I have naturally oily skin so that could be it. I am still a lover of Benefit, just not this product (and Bad Gal mascara).1
Loved the colors and was hoping they would be complimentary with my skin tones, but I must have too much pink in my skin. These initially appealing layers of peach and apricot didn't really show up at all-any of the layers. Also didn't really like the texture for my skin. As for me, I'll stick with a single blendable powder and a highlight.2
The colors of this tint is to coral for my fair complexion. I only use the champagne color for my lips.2
I'm white and have a tanned complexion, and this was too light to show up, unfortunately. The orange-ish side was also very creamy, and laid on top of my skin, instead of blending in. Love the idea though! The stick format was going to be such a purse asset.2
I'm a bit of a Benefit junkie so I purchased this as soon as it came out but it's just not one of their best items. The watermelon is the most pigmented shade and tends to be the main color that you get vs. a blend.
Save your money and buy Benetint or one of their box o' powders instead. Their powder blushes look very natural and have great staying power, which is far more than what can be said for fine one one.
I saw this in a demo video and thought it would be a great time saver. The concept was great. The actual results were less than stellar. The color does not show up well on my skin even though I am medium complexion. The size was not worth the price for me. I guess it would be okay for an on the run beach day but not really something I would use daily.2
I bought this hoping it would give me a little color when I choose not to wear make up but still wanted a little color on my face. It is hard to apply and by the time you rub it in to blend the colors it looks wiped off, not to mention my cheeks are red because I have to rub so hard to blend it in.2