Benefit Benetint

In the past we have stayed far away from lip tints that also double as cheek tints simply because we were wary of the application process. We were afraid such a skinny brush would leave our cheeks looking like sunburned zebras. But the PDF instructions that come with Benefit Benetint ($29) break it down in such a way that has us regretting the fact we've ignored this miracle makeup for so long.

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Posted on 01.16.12 at 12:55 PM

I love me some tints, but the applicator on Benetint scares me too. I now swear by Origins "Pinch Your Cheeks".

sarah beth

Posted on 01.16.12 at 7:42 PM

I think you mean "wary" not "weary."


Posted on 01.16.12 at 9:53 PM

I did. You are correct.


Posted on 01.17.12 at 8:10 AM

I love stains as opposed to lipsticks or blushes, but I've used benetint and find it rubs off easily. I use Covergirl's Outlast lipstain and it is FABULOUS. Even used it for my wedding =)


Posted on 01.17.12 at 2:45 PM

I threw mine out. It never seemed to make a difference on my cheeks, but I had red tinted fingertips all day long.

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