Saturday, June 3, 2017

Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter: Review and Swatches

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Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter: Review and Swatches
Benefit recently expanded the Dandelion family again with a new highlighter called the Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter ($38 CAD). With a lightweight baked formulation that's super intense and pigmented, the highlighter is getting a lot of love and I can see why. To read my review and see some swatches, click......
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter: Review and Swatches
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter
Packaging:
The Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter comes in a pretty pink cardboard box with a pearly sheen. The powder includes a small cheek brush and you get 3g of product, which is shockingly little, considering that your average cheek powder contains anywhere between 6g to 10g of product. When you look at the actual pan though, there appears to be a lot of product, but that's because the powder is baked, giving it a much larger volume.
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter: Review and Swatches
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter
Formulation:
With the classic Dandelion fragrance (a subtle floral accord), the Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter has a lightweight and silky texture. The pigmentation is pretty phenomenal, a light swipe (as you can see below) provides an opaque and intense sheen that's free of sparkles or glitters. When lightly applied on the cheeks, Dandelion Twinkle provides an alluring soft pink champagne glow. Because the coverage is so versatile, the highlighter will please those looking for an intense sheen as well as those looking for a subtle glow. Finally, the wear is very good. Highlighters fade very easily on me but Dandelion Twinkle did a good job at staying put.
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter: Review and Swatches
Benefit Dandelion Twinkle Highlighter
Availability:
Benefit is available online and in stores at Sephora and Shoppers Drug Mart.
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