Benefit’s Erase Paste Review

Benefit’s Erase Paste Review 

Wondering through my local Beales I cannot help but stop by the beauty department. I love the way the counters are set out, all bright and beautiful drawing you in. Closer and closer, until whats that? You have bought something. Woops! 

There are not very many sort after brands in my local department store. My favourite out of the ones they do sell is Benefit. Unfortunately, they do not sell brands such as Mac, Urban decay or Laura Mercier. Which is upsetting for me but very lucky for my bank balance. 

I picked up the Benefit’s Erase Paste as I wanted to find a concealer which would be able to cover any pimples or spot scaring. I really like this concealer for this reason. It has quite heavy coverage but does not look too caky on the face. I really like to wear it on it’s own with a bit of powder on top to set it. Another plus is that is lasts throughout the day and is also very easy to touch up if needs be. Along with wearing it on it’s own, it is also very easy to blend when applying on top of a foundation. 

I do however, wish there were more than just three shades to choose from as I feel even the lightest is still too dark for my skin tone. I do feel that Benefit do not seem to cater for really light skin, I find it very difficult to match myself to their concealers and foundations and because of this tend to stick to using their eye products and primers. 

What is your experience with Benefit’s Erase Paste? 


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