Benefit Blush Reviews

Hello, lovelies!

I’m in love with so many blushes in my makeup arsenal, there’s one brand that seems to top the cake: Benefit Cosmetics.

Benefit blushes are by far my favorite products to use. Not only are these particular blushes long-lasting and super pretty, but they compliment all skin tones in the prettiest way.

Benefit has multiple blushes, all with unique characteristics that set themselves apart from the rest. Today I’m going to be doing a review on five benefit blushes – Bella Bamba, Coralista, Dandelion, Rocketeur and Sugarbomb.

Without further ado, let’s get started πŸ™‚

Swatches and ReviewsΒ 


Bella Bamba

Bella Bamba is a bright pink-red powder with a gold shimmer. At first glance, Bella Bamba looks incredibly pigmented, and you’re eyes aren’t deceiving you; this particular blush gives every skin tone a warm flush with one simple swipe. Because this blush is so pigmented, a little goes a long way.




Coralista is a beautiful coral-pink with a gold shimmer. This blush is by far my favorite because of the incredible dimension it gives my cheeks. In a way, Coralista doubles as a highlighter because of the intense shimmer mixed throughout the formula. If you’re looking to splurge in a high-end blush, I highly recommend Coralista.




Dandelion is a baby pink with a light shimmery sheen. If you’re one to go for a more natural blush, look no further than Dandelion. This subtle, yet incredibly pretty blush looks completely natural and sweet when applied to the cheeks.




Rocketeur is a pale red-pink with a slight shimmery sheen. If you’re drawn to red-based blushes but scared it’ll look too overpowering, don’t worry for a second. Rocketeur is guaranteed to give you those rosy cheeks we all want while making it nearly impossible to get clown cheeks.




Sugarbomb is a muli-dimensional blush comprised of four different colors – red, pink orange and purple, all with a slight shimmer. When all the colors are blended together on the cheeks, this blush gives off a subtle coral-pink color similar to Coralista. However, this shade is much more muted and has less shimmer as opposed to Coralista. If you’re interested in a barely-there blush, look into purchasing Sugarbomb.



Thank you so much for reading! Stay lovely.




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