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Benefit Erase Paste review

New Product Alert: Benefit Erase Paste

Benefit is rolling out a few new products for Spring, and the first big one is Erase Paste ($26). It's a brightening, full-coverage concealer meant to hide blemishes, brighten dark circles, and draw attention away from expression lines.

I've been playing around with a sample for a while now, and while it's not the perfect concealer for my own personal needs, I know it's going to be exactly what some of you are looking for. The texture is very creamy, and it blends well; Benefit recommends using your fingertips for application, and I'd argue that it's almost necessary. (The heat of your fingers will help the concealer spread better than a brush would.) The coverage is another plus; the highly-pigmented formula is opaque enough to cover most dark circles. A little goes a long way, so the small jar will last forevah.

So why isn't it my perfect concealer? Medium, the shade I tried, has a pink cast that didn't work well with my coloring. But that's an individual thing; if you do have pinkish skin and you're looking for a creamy concealer, it's worth checking Erase Paste out.

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