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In 1977, Jane and Jean Ford, the twin sisters behind Benefit, met a local dancer who requested a long-lasting red pigment that wouldn’t budge during her shows. They listened, and this beloved rose lip and cheek stain was born. Year after year, it’s a bestseller for good reason: the translucent color leaves us with a natural flush so we look pretty, not made-up.
I really liked using this product on my lips. Gave a nice color but was not overwhelming. Was able to use normal lip balm over, but still have color. Have not used on my cheeks but am planning on it.4
This is something I never would have thought to buy but now it will be a staple for me4
I was not sure about this product when it arrived in my box, but fell in love with it! Add just a little to your cheeks and your lips.. Honestly loved it4
I received a sample in my January Birchbox. I don't love it for lips, it's a little too runny. But it's perfect for cheeks. Adds a perfect natural color to your cheeks. Stays better than your typical powder blush.4
I love that this stain really lasts, and that it is a multi-tasker. I'm not sure about the color, however, as I usually use more pinky tones. The color really does last all day though, and the sample is large enough for me to really try it out long enough to decide if the color is right for me. Who knows, maybe it will grow on me!4
Color is to dark for me. The product however is very user friendly. If it's offered in a less bold color I will try this for sure.4
I've never used a stain before so I found this product really neat.4
This is a nice product and blends well although can be a little too pink for my style and a little pricey4
Nice light tint for lips and cheeks. I like benefit products in general and this is no exception.4
The stain is very long lasting and simple to put on. If you have a darker skin tone, it's a bit harder for the stain to show up, so I would recommend getting the darkest shade made for the product.4