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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 thought this was a great product and would so use it and would so refer to friends and family5
Such a pretty color on skin. Great for quick makeup applications especially if you dont have a brush. Aboslutely love benefits high beam too one of my favorites.4
This lip stain works well. I have not tried it on my cheeks yet.3
So excited to try this! I love that you can use on cheeks and lips and that's its buildable. The staying power is awesome too! Can't wait to try the other colors!4
Color didn't stay with me long at all, but the wet feeling did.2
I dont usually wear blush, but I have fallen in love with this product. I really like the color it gives my cheeks. I've added this product to my daily routine.5
I have never used a product like this before. I have only used it on my lips. I feel like it dried my lips out. And you have to blend with your fingers. Then your fingers are red... I wasn't too happy about that. It was a nice tint for my lips, but I don't know if I loved this.3
So far I have only used the Benetint on my lips. Used with a little lip balm the bright color spreads perfectly and leaves a perfect shade.4
I used this product and was pretty excited to have a tint under my gloss. Within a few hours my lips were extremely de-hydrated and for a few days following, I couldn't get them moist again. I would recommend not using this product.1
Love this stuff for the lips! Very pigmented and gives a beautiful luscious lip color. It doesn't look like you're wearing anything, it just looks like your natural lip color is amazing.
I would not recommend wearing this on the cheeks. Unless you blend it out with amazing speed, the area you first applied it ends up dark than the rest of your cheeks. It says to apply with three dots and blend out, but the dots are incredibly obvious. I don't know anything who doesn't have the same issue as me.