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Benefit Hervana Blusher

April 25, 2014

Benefit products have always been a favourite of mine. Since discovering them a few years back I’m always trying to pick up new products to try. One thing I’d never tried before was their box blushers, I’ve mainly just stuck to mascara’s, primers, and foundations in the past. The difficult decision was trying to pick which one to try. With such a great range of box blushers available I wanted to try them all, but as I’m a slightly paler girl I decided to pick out Hervana, as it’s a mix of paler pinkier shades which would create a subtle glow on my skin, rather than look so obvious. 

Hervana is made up of four different shades; lucky shell, divine peach, heavenly rose, and berry delight, and blended together the colours make a orchid blossom blush shade. I mainly use it this way, but occasionally I use the lightest shade as a highlighter. I usually go for more peachy tones than pinks, but I really love the colours in this. I just love how this makes my skin look like it’s glowing and gives me a subtle flush kind of colour.

I love everything about this Hervana blusher, from the cutesy packaging to the gorgeous pink shades. It’s taken place as my new favourite blusher, and I find myself reaching for it on a daily basis. Although Benefit blushers aren’t exactly cheap, they retail for £23.50, I really think they look much prettier sat on my dressing table than others. I’m glad I took the plunge to try one of the Benefit blushers, and I’m already thinking about buying another one, probably Dandelion. Do you have any of the Benefit blushers? What do you think?


2 responses to “Benefit Hervana Blusher”

  1. Louise says:

    Oooooh I've wanted to try this for ages but for some reason have never picked it up! You've convinced me to buy it! xx

  2. Gemma Turner says:

    I own only two Benefit blushers – Rockateur and Dandelion, but this looks seriously gorgeous. I love blushes which are subtle rather than be super obvious! xxGemma // ♥

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