Benefit have been known as a brand that has helped keep our brows in check for years now. They’ve been known for their brow bars and for giving us all a personalised “brow DNA“. So it’s no surprise really that Benefit have introduce a brand new range for all us of who want to maintain those preened and polished brows.
The Benefit Brow range has proved ever popular that many of the products within the range have already bee named as award winning products.
I for one am someone who has always struggled with creating those perfectly arched brows that many people find so effortless. I decided it was time to try out the one brand that everyone was raving about when it came to brow maintenance, and gave the Benefit Brow range a try.
It’s rare that Makeup Revolution doesn’t feature within my makeup collection. Every time there’s a new release of makeup by the brand, I’m generally right by their stand in Superdrugs wanting to get my paws on their new products.
This product, however, has been around for almost a year now and has not ceased to amaze me on not only it’s quality, but it’s sheer precision to actually do the job.
As I’ve mentioned in many posts previously, Makeup Revolution is THE brand for dupes, with their own twist on products. Thus, making it not only affordable for us all to get our hands on the latest trending must haves, but also easy to recreate makeup looks effortlessly.
We’re all fully aware of the greatness that is the Ben Nye Banana Powder, the queen of reality TV herself, Kim K, has raged about this powder endlessly. It has not become the mattifying powder that is a must have if you want to achieve perfectly set makeup. However, setting you back sometimes even £30 for a small jar of the powder, it isn’t the easiest product to get your hands on.
This is where Makeup Revolution saunter in.
As someone who has darker skin it can sometimes be difficult to find the right concealer that matches your skin tone. Yes I know many say, to just get a colour that is two or three shades lighter than your foundation, but with many brands, this isn’t even possible. For anyone that has olive, tan, or is of an asian/indian skin tone you’ll know the struggle to find the right concealer. And honestly, the struggle IS real.
Having tested out concealers over the years, I’ve finally found two that I can really call my holy grail concealers for asian skin. I’ve tested literally every brand out there, tried out every concealer I can get hands on, but they just haven’t worked right with my skin tone. They’ve either been too light, or the coverage just hasn’t been right.
In the past I have spent years wearing glasses, having to pull late nights to study, or just haven’t managed to get enough sleep. This itself, as you would expect, has taken huge toll on my under eye area. As someone with indian skin, I am prone to getting dark circles under my eyes, and have forever wanted to conceal and hide them in anyway I could. View Post