Benefit Hoola Bronzer and Dandelion Blush/Powder.

Hello girlies, 

Today I will be reviewing two Benifit products. I love Benifit products so much, they are so temping to buy but are also incredibly expensive. What I tend to do to avoid wasting my money, is to buy the mini versions of the products. I adore these, it gives you a chance to try the product and decide weather it’s worth spending all that money on, before actually having to spend the money. Today I will be reviewing the Benifit Hoola Bronzer and the Dandelion Blush/powder.

These are the products. I have the full size version of the Hoola Bronzer as I got it as a gift and I don’t like the packeting as its cardboard which can break easily, however the mini version seems to have a plastic casing that actually secures really well. 

So first off my favourite , Hoola.

The thing I love most about this bronzer is that’s it’s got no orangey tones to it at all, which is somthing I like in a bronzer, as sometimes they can leave you looking a tad orange rather than bronzed. It’s also matte which is amazing as I tend to prefer matte blush and bronzer then all the focus of shimmery goodness on the main event – THE HIGHLIGHT.  It is a very suitle colour, not to dark but still very buildable if you wanted a more dramatic look. The colour blends so easily without caking or leaving patchy marks, just a very smooth even look.  

I would definely recommend this product.

I always thought this was just a blush, I was wrong! It’s a brightning face powder too, who would of known. I personally wouldn’t use it as a face powder as I’m quite pale and I don’t want to look like a pink fairy on a day to day basis, If I’m honest I’m terrified of using this as a face powder, as its one of my favourite blushes. Just like the bronzer it’s a suitle colour, a baby pink, almost matte but a few flakes of shimmer, and totally blendable- it’s like their the perfect match.  I would say this isn’t very buildable for me personally, but what can I say I didn’t even know it was a face powder, and a buildable pink face powder would be a recipe for disaster. 

Overall love this as a day to day blush. 

That’s all for now girlies,

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