Benefit Hervana Good Karma Face Powder Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
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Benefit HERVANA face powder 8.0g Net/0.28oz
Benefit Hervana' a "good karma" face powder.Seeking a f ...
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Customer Benefit Hervana Good Karma Face Powder Reviews (5)
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I am a little bit afraid of blusher because I blush so much naturally when I am embarrassed or flustered. I bought Sugarbomb by Benefit about a year ago because it seemed like a more subtle way to add colour to your cheeks, rather than just full on pink. I'd been getting along swimmingly with it but then got distracted by Benefit's new creation called Hervana. What does the product do? The product is described by Benefit as being a Good Karma face powder for those who are seeking a flush of enlightenment. Put more simply, it is a blusher which has been created using four different shades of pink which blend together to create the perfect blush on your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Today I am reviewing beneFits new boxed powder - Hervana I love the box design of this, it's very spiritual and heaven-y which I guess makes sense since its called Hervana. I got this in america and I'm not quite sure whether it is out in the UK yet, I'm pretty sure it is though so you can get it at any place that sells BeneFit cosmetics so, Boots, Debenhams and other department stores for the price of £23.50 which goes for all their boxed powders too. Now I have a bit of an issue with benefit cosmetics as you will know if you have read any of my other benefit reviews. They have some AMAZING products, e.g tints, perfumes, creaseless cream eyeshadows ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
This review is centred upon the Benefit's blusher called 'Hervana'. I have a few Benefit products in my makeup bag but I can't really afford to buy them with my student loan which is why I was extra greatful when my sister purchased this product and then realised that she didn't like it as the colour was too bright for her and she isn't used to wearing much makeup and found this blusher too overwhelming. I have the Texas Benefit face powder and use it all the time and it lasts for ages so I had high expectations for this powder also. The blusher comes in such a cute blue/purple box. Underneath the lid is a handy compact mirror which is good for if you are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/13 (Useful, 16 readings)
Over the past three months, i've been using this nearly every day. Its a gorgeous cool toned blush, with just the right amount of sheen for me. The blush itself costs 23.50 so it definately isn't cheap, but I do feel it is worth the money. The packaging for example is beautiful. A heavy cardboard box with a picture of what I feel dusk looks like when the sky decides to be utterly beautiful. Opening it up, you get a small fluffy brush and then a beautifully pattered powder underneath. It has 8 different sections, in a swirl pattern, with 4 different shades (two of each). I also find it smells pretty great too I've actually never used the brush ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 23/06/12
This blusher isn't cheap. It's £23.50! The blusher comes presented in the most adorable packaging and you get a free brush inside the box. The brush is nothing special and it's flat in shape. The bristles also lose their grip on the brush so after a few uses they either fall out or droop to the side. This effects the results so I would recommend using a better quality brush when you use the blusher. This often results in a long lasting effect. The blusher contains four different shades that when mixed together create one look. The shades are all lovely. They're a mixture of pinks and roses and there's also a nice light colour in there as well. You ... Read the complete review
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