If you’re a Benetint fan, then these four Benebalm Benefit Tinted Lip Balms are designed to go along with the tints – they’re little hydrating hits of gentle colour that moisturise with mango butter.
The packaging ties right in with the Tints and has taken detail on the casing from each Benetint.
Colour wise, I’d describe them as a milky wash of colour. From left to right: Benebalm, Lollibalm, Chachablam and Posiebalm. I’m wearing Chachabalm at the moment and it’s very balmy on the lip – too soon to say if it’s hydrating but it certainly has all the feel of a regular balm and although the colour is a hint, it’s definitely there.
So, you can see that Benebalm Benefit Tinted Lip Balms give the merest hint of colour, although I must admit they do look a little more lively on the lip. I think if I was choosing one shade for summer, I’d pick Lollibalm because it’s the most milky and does that kind of creamy lavender thing on the lip but in a very subtle way.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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It’s a June launch for the Benebalms – but I hope they come sooner – I’m ready right now!
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