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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.
This product is a wonderful idea but not personally for me.4
I was super excited about this but I don't feel like it is very vibrant. I usually put a powdered blush over this. It does apply smoothly and looks ok but is a bit peachy.4
I swipe this on clean and moisturized (plus sunblock) skin before going out to exercise. Gives me some glow, some definition and some pep. I don't use it for work day makeup so much, but it's great for my off time. I do recommend it for a lovely glowy sunkissed face!
This is so cool. I first saw this on another website and tried a sample. Hard to gauge based on a sample but decided to give it a try. When I saw Birchbox offered it, I ordered it right away. It goes on easily and evenly and the shades are perfect for my fair skin tone. I never thought I would use a cream blush but loving it and use it everyday!4
We'll this blush is fun, nicely package and a nice color on my fair skin, blond hair complexion. It does require quite a bit of blending though or you will have a stripe on your cheek. I like it overall.4
I keep this in my purse for a quick and easy perk me up on the go. The colors are beautiful and it blends easily.4
I love this thing! The color isn't super sheer but it isn't super pigmented either. It distributes the perfect amount of color for day or night. I took a star off because the color on my lips faded within an hour. However, as a new mom, I'm always looking for ways to stay cute in the littlest amount of time possible and this is it!4
I'm just learning how to put on makeup, and I didn't want to start off with putting on powder blush. This is a good way for me to learn how to start putting on makeup, with the colours definitely sticking out on my light skin. The only problem I have, as others have mentioned, is that it doesn't go on evenly so it dents.4
This blush leaves the prettiest color on your cheeks. I need three swipes to leave a color, one and two swipes does not leave much color on my cheeks. I do not like this on my lips, it leaves my lips too pale.4
This makes for easy blush and highlighter all in one. I just sweep it across and up, then blend. Looks natural with a nice light highlight above cheekbones. I also like using brushes to use the pinks on my lips and the highlighter on other areas of my face. The very small downside of this is that when you use the colors separately, it is not always as even when you just use it as a 3 way sweep across the cheek area.4