Benefit Bella Bamba Blusher Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Description:Brand: Benefit / Type: Blushers / Skin typ: All skin types / Benefit Bella Bamba Blusher / Amplify cheekbones and create the illusion of sculpted features with this 3D watermelon blush / Laced with shimmering gold undertones / bella bamba is taking eye ... more
Newest Review: ... it's safe to say it is suitable for all skin types. This blusher costs £23.50 from Benefit so it is a more expensive product ... more
Customer Benefit Bella Bamba Blusher Reviews (5)
by - written on 31/01/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I got this a few weeks ago after being really impressed with Benefits 'Hoola' Bronzer. I use blusher daily however find the one I use during the day to be a bit too subtle for use in the evening and when I go out, do decided to buy this one from Benefit for use in the evening, I bought it from the Benefit counter in Boots and it cost £23.00. I'm well aware of how expensive that it, and would never usually spend so much on a blusher, but I knew it would be a good one and intended it only for occasional use so knew it would last a while. **Packaging** Like the other Benefit blushers and bronzers this comes in a little heavy duty cardboard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/12, updated on 12/11/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I am not Benefit's hugest fan as I think some of their products are a bit too 'funky' for me, however one of their products that I do love is their range of blushers. I recently needed a new blusher and when browsing the Benefit range spotted the 'Bella Bamba' blusher. The Bella Bamba blusher is a bright pink shade and has little flecks of gold through it. Like all of Benefit's blushers, this one comes in a little square box. When you lift up the lid, the inside of the lid has a handy little mirror and the box contains the blusher and a little brush. I found the brush itself a bit useless as it is far too small. I prefer to use my own brush with this blusher. ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 09/02/12
I can't believe I paid £23.50 for a blusher but the store assistant gave me a free makeover beforehand and I guess I was sold! The packaging is gorgeous. The blushes comes in the usual cardboard box style (a popular style for Benefit) and you simply open and close the lid at your leisure. However, it doesn't come open by itself as it's magnetic - so I was told! The blushes comes with a small brush but I prefer to use a larger brush as it swirls it around better then. It's also a "flat" brush and I dislike using "flat" brushes. The blusher itself is very pink and girly. It's a little bit heavy and "in your face" for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/12 (Useful, 18 readings)
After reading lots of rave reviews, i decided to take the plunge and purchase this blusher! The finish it gives if a light shimmery pink with gold particles of shimmer, although in the pan this looks very bright i find that with a light hand it is a lovely pink buildable colour. I think that this blusher may be better on medium to dark skin tones and could be a tad too bright for very pale skin tones. What i also like about this blusher is that it is scented! A fresh fruity smell which although is a strange concept to have a scented blusher, is a nice thought all the same. The packaging is fun and holographic although i think when the ... Read the complete review
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