Saturday, January 11, 2014


Benefit has an exceptionally large amount of successful products that everyone seems to rave about, Dandelion being no exception. I wanted to do this review because I thought it would be help a lot of you decide whether or not it's a product to add to your collection and something you would get use out of. If you have been contemplating a new blush then this is a must read review!

Dandelion gives a natural and glowy complexion which is probably why Benefit advertises this as a face brightening powder. Although it's much too pigmented for me to use as an all over powder, it gives a lovely flushed look to the cheeks.

The texture is very fine and as a result you may have to apply more product than you usually would to get colour payoff. This will also depend on your skin colour so if you have fair skin it shouldn't be as much of an issue as it is for tanned skin.

As mentioned earlier, Benefit advertises this as a face brightening powder which implies to use it all over the face but I much prefer to use it only as a blush on the apples of my cheeks.

The swatch above shows Dandelion generously applied, as you can probably tell it isn't very bold and so is quite a natural blush.

All Benefit boxed powders retail for $51 in Australia.

Benefit Dandelion is available at all Benefit counters, usually located at Myer or David Jones. You can also order directly from the US site which can be beneficial in saving money.
Thanks for reading ♥

*This is a sponsored review.


beautyqueenuk said...

This is one of my favorite Benefit blushers x
Beautyqueenuk xx

Maddison Joy / Australian Style and Beauty Blog said...

This made me want this blush even more (if that's even possible!) I'm an Australian Blogger aswell, it would mean the world to me if you were able to look at my blog and give me some feedback. I know these sort of comments are so annoying but you've made such an amazing name for yourself and it would be great to have some feedback. I love your blog and youtube :)