Hope you are all having a great Jubilee weekend, I'm writing this listening to the Jubilee concert, definitely feeling very proud to be british right now, the road I live on had a street party for it yesterday, which although it was a complete washout with the rain, it was definitely quite amazing to see everyone come together to celebrate anyway. Anyway, onto my review, I'm a huge fan of Benefit's Blushers, The packaging is always amazing, they have great pigmentation and quite literally last for ages, I think I have had most of mine for at least a year and haven't hit the pan on any of them yet so although they seem quite expensive at £23.50, they are definitely worth it in my opinion, they come in a little flip top box and also come with a little brush to sweep the colour onto cheeks, although personally, I don't use this brush, I tend to use the Real Techniques Blusher brush that came in the real techniques Core Collection to apply my powder blushers.
Coralista is definitely one of the more popular of the Benefit blushers, it's a very pretty coral-y, pink colour and makes me feel like it's summer even in the middle of winter, it has a pretty shimmer running through it that makes cheeks shine when it catches in the sunlight and adds a lovely "pop" of colour to cheeks. I dug it out this morning because I love how it looks when the sun is out as well, it looks really great with a tan but is equally as good brightening up the face when my skin is a little paler too.
I'll do reviews soon of my other Benefit Blushers as well!
Which is your favourite blusher?
P.S - I have been having a bit of a beauty clearout recently and put some stuff up on eBay if you want to check any stuff out - My eBay