Benefit Play Sticks Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Description:Brand: Benefit / Type: Foundation / Subcategory: Stick / Benefit Play Sticks Creme To Powder Foundation 8.5g / Helps to promote a healthy complexion while giving natural-looking coverage / With a variety of silky smooth shades to choose from / there's a ... more
Newest Review: ... I only need a very light coverage and by using a foundation brush on the stick it gives a light coverage. In the winter I ... more
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Customer Benefit Play Sticks Reviews (14)
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 442 readings)
While applying my daily dose of make-up this morning, I realized that I was running extremely low on my trusty Benefit Non Fiction Foundation, which upset me deeply. Thankfully, I was heading to my local Boots anyway, so I could pick up a new one. "Sorry sweetheart, we've discontinued it". My heart sunk. That's when they offered me the Benefit Playstick. I was told it was like Non Fiction except in solid form. Hw wrong they were... Benefit say, "Concealer, foundation and powder all in one? our velvety smooth crayon sticks are marvelously fun, easy and encourage you to apply just as much or as little as you need. The combination of green tea ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 734 readings)
Playsticks is a combined concealer and foundation from Benefit available in 8 shades. Their palest shade, Jax, is the one I use, and the colours range from here to quite dark so they generally cater for everybody. This foundation comes in stick form with a twisting base. The idea behind the name and product is that it's supposed to be fun and easy to use. To use it as a foundation, you can either apply with a brush or sweep the stick directly on the face and then blend. I tend to use a brush, but it's easy to use either way and due to its creamy texture, it goes on really well and sinks nicely into the skin, leaving no 'chalky' effect. To use as a concealer, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/12 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I went to go get a make over done at the benefit counter in house of Fraser because I felt like a full change in my make up as what I was using just wasn't doing it for me any more, along with a primer, concealer and powder the lady used one of their play stick shade 'spin the bottle' This foundation was specificly chosen for me by the lady because of my skin condition, she claimed this would help cover up and perhaps soothe it as well while I'm still sorting it out. My make up wasn't working out for me any more and I just fancied a change, benefit is brilliant and cheaper however I found I needed to buy everything for it to all look good and in the long run it was more . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
On my last visit to Benefit, I decided to treat myself to some new foundation so I asked the sales girl about Benefits latest offering and she showed me plays sticks which is a cream foundation in as the name suggests -a stick. Initially I was sceptical, I have used foundation sticks before and found them to be to heavy. Benefits play sticks costs £25.50 for an 8.5g stick and comes in a grey twist stick. The packaging is quite understated by Benefits standards. It is a simple grey cylinder . This cream to powder foundation contains green tea, chamomile and gingko biloba and claims to promote a healthy complexion and give a natural looking complexion. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Benefit cosmetics are a really unique brand who sell a wide range of products in all sorta of shades and colours. Although their prices are rather on the expensive side, they are a brand that I consider to be a prestige one such as Estee Lauder and Dior. This product comes in a compact little tube and is pretty much a stick, hence the name Play 'Stick'! From the outside the product looks really neat and attractive which is what drew me to it in the first place. As far as the quality of this product is concerned, it really is top quality! The coverage is excellent and similar to Double Wear by Estee Lauder which was a firm favourite of mine until I ... Read the complete review
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