Benefit Non Fiction Liquid Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Description:Brand: Benefit / Powders / Type: Foundation / Medium coverage and silky texture /
Newest Review: ... to apply, good for money value and you do not need to apply lots to have full coverage and feel confident in what you are ... more
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Customer Benefit Non Fiction Liquid Foundation Reviews (8)
by - written on 24/02/09 (Very useful, 1161 readings)
As you can probably guess from my previous reviews (and the countless times I've said this), I'm very big on beauty products. Whether it's moisturiser to toothpaste to make-up, you name it, I'll try it. In this case, I'll be talking about Benefits Non Fiction Liquid Foundation. I bought this after it being recommended to me by my friend Cheryl (who just happens to work at the Benefit counter in Debenhams). She told me that it gives the 'no make-up effect', which is something that I've always looked for in a foundation. I'm definitely not one of those girls who slaps on orange foundation, then they apply it incorrectly and end up looking like a tango cake. No ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/08, updated on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 3081 readings)
For quite a while now I have resisted getting involved with Benefit products. To me it seems like Lush, it has a cult following! I mean my first bath bomb from Lush years ago turned me into an avid follower, like a lamb to slaughter. However, I made a fatal mistake way back with Benefit. I ended up buying and falling in love Benefit 'Jewels' liquid eyeshadow that I found in T.J Hughes for a pound since finding out it is about £13.00 per eyeshadow normally! I then came across a Benefit powder eyeshadow for £2.00 and that confirmed how great the brand is. So I'm constantly now on the look out for Benefit products (on the cheap) and this happened with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/08 (Very useful, 234 readings)
Benefit's Non Fiction liquid foundation retails at £19.50 and can be found online at benefitcosmetics.co.uk; at larger Boots stores or boots.com and most department stores. This liquid foundation comes in 7 shades that range from very fair to very dark and is meant to be a "no make up" effect foundation, that will add colour to the skin, cover up blemishes, whilst still allowing the skin to look natural and more radiant. The whole concept if this foundation is to give your skin the most natural look possible by being quite sheer but I guess you can build the coverage if you so wish. Whilst the colours are nice and will blend in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/09 (Very useful, 286 readings)
As my skin can be quite oily sometimes im always on the lookout for a foundation to magically make my skin as flawless and unshiny as can be. So when i tried this out on the Benefit make up counter i was really excited as it seemed to do the trick. Unfortunately it wasnt to last. I bought this for about £22 and at that price i was expecting the results to last if not for the whole day, then a least a good few hours. It a really thick foundation and it did a great job of covering a few blemishes i had at the time, but after about an hour of the sales girl first applying it i felt like my face felt a bit greasy! After checking my make up in the mirror i noticed my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I have to admit that I'm really not a fan of Benefit Foundation. This is partially because I have sensitive skin and found my skin didn't react well to the product at all. I found the coverage to be uneven and the colour didn't really match my skin tone. I'm a fair complexion and thought that as I love other Benefit products then this would also work for me. Is t me or did anyone else find it to be quite heavy and a little orange? This must be what 1980s makeup as like (sorry Benefit) but it felt quite cheap and I was disappointed as I felt it was a waste of money. When purchasing the product at House of Fraser I found the sale ... Read the complete review
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