It’s a September launch for Benefit Majorette Blush – if you love Benefit, you’ll love this creamy cheek pep.
Majorette is the kind of peachy pink that really brings your skin tone to life – actually, this is very blendable and smooth so it’s good for almost any tone, including the lightest, but go with a gentle touch initially. It’s far easier to add more than to take away. Benefit Majorette Blush isn’t powdery, but nor is it that kind of slick, loose creme blush – it’s somewhere inbetween and I’m calling it a dry cream.
My one issue (apart from the fact that a majorette isn’t everyone’s idea of glam) is that it’s kind of over packaged. It feels like a weighty, chunky thing and not great if space is limited. The packaging is a majorette drum so it’s very cute and very stylised, but a space invader! Actually, it has a fragrance – peach and pomegranate (smells like bubblegum to me though) which I didn’t even notice when I put it on. It’s impossible to smell your own cheeks (unless you know something I don’t!) so I don’t know if it lasts all day or not.
Benefit Majorette Blush is £23.50.
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