Benefit’s focus this year is on owning the brow market – you’ll see plenty of coverage around this in the next few days – so I thought I’d focus on the smaller launches ahead. Feedback from BBB commenters is consistently that people are fed up with seeing the same products on the same sites time after time because while it makes for a grand brand splash, it’s not a good experience for them! So, you’ll see the campaign everywhere and there’s no need for me to repeat, especially when I’m really not that into brows. So, back to the Benefit Life’s Little Correctors set.
Inside the box you get three little plastic containers, Bo-ing 1 with Lemon Aid, Bo-ing 2 with Lemon Aid and Erase Paste 2 with Eye Bright. This is all kinds of handy if your skin tone fluctuates like mine does, or you like to top up on the go because they’re small and very portable. On the other hand, they’re a bit plasticky and cheap looking and I don’t know that I’d feel I had £20 worth of product from it.
If you haven’t used Benefit concealers and tone correctors before, they’re fairly industrial strength – they don’t disappear easily, but for my skin they are a bit on the dry side because of their durability.
Benefit Life’s Little Correctors launches on 28th May for £19.50.
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