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Well the next big launch from super cool cosmetics brand Benefit looks set to be Benefit Majorette Blush. It promises to be surrounded with as much hype as the just launched They’re Real Push Up Liner and for good reason – it looks absolutely gorgeous! I spotted it on Benefit Italy’s Instagram page last week and it got me rather excited! Keep reading for the low down.
I have had confirmation that this will be launching in the UK, I think around September time, so I wanted to give you a little peek of what’s in store!
Benefit Majorette Blush Pack Shot:
I hunted around for an image to show what the untouched Benefit Majorette Blush looks like and found this official shot from Benefit.
So pretty isn’t it! So what is it? A quick bit of internet research has revealed that this is a cream to powder blush and the tag line looks set to be “A Booster Blush to Amplify Your Flush”. Well that’s what the FDA says anyway! The shade and scent is peach and pomegranate which sounds absolutely gorgeous.
There isn’t a whole lot of information available on this yet but I have scanned a few forums and found that it can used alone but one of the main uses is as a blush booster. You use it before the Benefit Blush Boxes to give your favourite blush a new twist and also to increase staying power. I am rather intrigued by this and will be trying it out as soon as possible. I can’t wait to see the packaging up close and personal and also experiment with the texture.
The Benefit Italy press launch promises a September 2014 release date for the Benefit Majorette Blush and so I assume it will be similar here in the UK. I hope it is sooner rather than later. No info on price yet though. Any guesses? Place your bets!
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