Benefit Powderflage Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Description:Brand: Benefit / Type: Concealers / Subcategory: Powder / Light-diffusing powder great for camouflaging dark circles & fines lines for under eyes & face /
Newest Review: ... powder and it comes with a tiny fan brush. The brush is horrible, it is like straw! It applies it okay but it scratches your ... more
Customer Benefit Powderflage Reviews (14)
by - written on 16/05/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I recieved this for Christmas from my brother. I had asked for it after reading rave reviews in a magazine. The powder costs £19.50 and you can get it in Boots, Debenhams and online at benefitcosmetics.co.uk. The powder comes in a round plastic pot which has a clear bottom and a pink screw lid. The pot is then contained in a cardboard tube which is decorated in camoflage and has a metal stopped at the top and bottom. Also inside the tube it the flage brush to apply the product. Benefit describe the powder as; 'A virtually weightless powder concealer camouflages fine lines and dark circles. It's fast, easy, lite and breezy!' When you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10, updated on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 251 readings)
I wasn't actually intending on purchasing this. However, I was at my local Benefit counter to purchase an item I'd ran out of. I was about to pay when the lady told me that if I purchased another item then I'll get a free powder worth £20. I thought to myself 'ohh what a bargain' obviously it isn't really as I'd already spent £40 on 2 small items, but if you've been to a Benefit counter, you'll know how persuasive Benefit girls can be. My friend who used to work for Benefit told me that they have to persuade customers into buying another item. The product claims to camouflage fine lines, dark circles and blemishes, hence the name Powderflage! I don't suffer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/09 (Very useful, 148 readings)
If you've read any of my other reviews on Benefit products, you'll know I hate a slight love/hate relationship with the brand. On one hand they do so wonderful products that are fun to use and feel like a real treat when purchased, but on the other hand a lot of their products are a tad gimmicky and don't live up to their promise. Plus, they're very expensive for what they are. I decided to give Powderflage a go as I've read a few things about it and found that generally the reviews have been rather positive. Also, rather embarrassingly, I was sold on the idea of a pink powder in a pink container! Isn't that terribly fickle? Lastly, and probably most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/08 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Benefit Powderflage is a powder concealer and only comes in one shade but will suit many different skin colours. You can buy this at Benefit counters in Boots, Debenhams, House of Fraser etc. and also online at benefitcosmetics.co.uk and currently retails for £19.50. They claim that this product will hide dark circles around the eyes and fine lines on the face. It's a pretty brightening pink powder that comes with a little fan shaped brush for easy application. The product comes in a tin and inside you'll find the brush and the little glass pot with the pink powder inside. There's a little sifter on the glass pot to prevent spillage and the brush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 211 readings)
Every time I write a beauty product or make up review on DooYoo I tell myself that I really don't need to buy anymore! I always seem to buy products, use about half of them and then decide to replace them with something else meaning I've got lots of half used things in my make up bag. For once I haven't actually spent any money in order to write this review (well done me!) as while staying at a friend's house for a recent weekend I forgot my under eye concealer and ended up borrowing hers for the weekend. Now I've always used a liquid concealer yet my friend suggested I try her Benefit powder one... and who was I to say no to Benefit? Benefit was started by ... Read the complete review
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