Monday, March 25, 2013
Spring Blush Love: Benefit Coralista
Our last Spring Blush Love is Benefit's Coralista!
Coralista is, surprise!, another coral color. Benefit calls this a warm coral pink, which is spot on (and also basically how I've described the other blushes I've showcased this month). I'd say this is the most peachy/orange coral I've show so far. It's very very shimmery and I do not use a highlighter with this. It adds a nice natural flushed glow to the skin.
Coralista is a very buttery blush. It's a little soft so you might kick up some powder with your brush but it's very easy to work with. The pigmentation on this is amazing! I just do a small tap of my brush at first and build up from there. You can sheer it out like I do or go full color, true to pan if you wanted. Coralista is very easy to work with, I don't have problems with blending or anything like that.
I got this mini Coralista from a Benefit set when I ordered for my birthday. Benefit actually does minis of their box o' powders in a lot of sets and the packaging of this one isn't as flimsy as you would think. I would definitely purchase the full size if I ever run out of this mini. I love all of the Benefit blushes I've tried, so if you're on the fence about them, I say go for it. Most of them are shimmery, but they are absolutely beautiful.
So that's it for Spring Blush Love! I hope you enjoyed this little series. Blush is probably my favorite makeup product and I enjoyed sharing the ones I've been wearing lately with you!