Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot
Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot

I wasn’t expecting to like this blush set as much as I do. Blush sets are quite hard to come by unless you go to a pro range such as Ben Nye but I like the idea of having all my blushes in one place. If you could see my make-up drawer, you’d realise why – blushes are the one thing that seem to go AWOL all the time!

Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot
Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot

As you can see, all the most popular shades are there from Dandelion (I remember when Dandelion first launched – we’d never seen a blush in a cardboard box before – honestly!) through to Coralista so there’s pretty much everything you could need. There’s also a teeny pot of Watts Up and an even tinier blush brush (emergency use only I suspect).

Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot
Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot

I think the presentation is fabulous (it’s a tin holder with an insert) and even though I prefer creme blush, I can see myself getting a lot of use out of this so it’s going into the keep drawer.

It’s £29.50 and the best deal I can find is at Boots where if you buy two or more Benefit products you get a sample of their facial serum. It’s HERE. Otherwise, deals on Benefit are hard to find.

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