Musings of a Muse

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Nov 7, 2007

Benefit Dandelion Review

I know, I know, I don't give enough love to Benefit do I?

Honestly, I do like Benefit regardless of past entries! It's just sometimes they have really miss products that make me want to throw myself on the floor and have a bit of a tantrum (well maybe nothing that drastic!).

Some items I've purchased from Benefit are absolute gems and one such item would be Dandelion.

You need this. No questions. You need it.

Dandelion has to be thee perfect powder I have come across in this life (and maybe the next). As many misses as Benefit has in my book there always comes along one particular product that they create that I just fall in love with and need with me should I be stranded on a deserted island (Hmmm well maybe I'd need a hot guy too! We can discuss that later though!).

Dandelion, of course, is one of those products that I adore. It's so difficult to explain this fine powder but I shall do my very best. I can only speak for my own skin tone but this powder weirdly enough, contrary to it's sheer, rather colorless state within the box, is quite pigmented and actually gives my cheeks a stroke of color that is so very natural and flawless!

Like I said the powder, strangely enough, is a very sheer pink (with almost a touch of peach). It comes in a cute little box with a strong sturdy brush with slightly harsh hairs (but I still love the brush).

You'd never think looking at it that it would pack such a powerful punch. You can use it in one of a few ways. You can stroke it across your face as a finishing powder, you can use it for touch ups, you can use it alone for a pretty flushed look, and you can use it over your blush to tone it done some! I'm positive it has any number of uses and those are just a few ways I've used it for!

You simply can't go wrong with this nifty little powder!

FINALLY a HIT from Benefit! The Muse loves you for giving her Dandelion ;)

Have it?
Love it?
Hate it?
Want it?

Tell me all about it!

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Blogger Heather Mary said...

Great post!

I went to Sephora to buy this, and decided to test it first, using the MA's brush she set up for me. After about 10 swipes, u still couldnt tell i was wearing anything on my cheeks at all. *sigh* I was so bummed. the MA there said she thought maybe I would do better using Glee from Bare Escentuals, so I bought that instead and use it almost every day. But a part of me deep inside, still cries for Dandelion. LOL I wish it worked better on me, Im so bummed :( hold me! bwahahhahahaaa

November 7, 2007 at 7:22 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

Hi Heather!

Thanks :)

You're not the first person that told me it just wasn't a go with this! and I'm always shocked!!!!!! It's such an interesting little powder that seems to me would work on most complexions!

I don't have glee as it was a bit too muddy on me :(

Go firgure :) Cosmetics are weird critters what works for me doesn't work for you and vice versa!

LOL *pat pat* don't worry the Muse will make it all better!

November 7, 2007 at 7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

does dadelion have any parabens in the ingredients/.?

November 8, 2007 at 4:11 AM  
Anonymous Rebecca said...

I really love this blush! Although, I do believe it is better suited to girls and women with fair or medium-fair skin. I have some friends with tanned skin who I tested Dandelion on and it failed to show up on them (under both artificial and natural light).

But for me, it's the perfect pick-me-up product!

November 8, 2007 at 9:14 AM  
Blogger Ann the Queen said...

everyday minerals has a blusher called pink ribbon that works exactly like dandelion. just in loose form. i believe its more pigmented too!

November 8, 2007 at 9:31 AM  
Blogger Minou said...

I have this!

It gives me a very natural, healthy pink glow to my cheeks. =)

November 8, 2007 at 9:32 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hello Anonymous

I tried searching around but couldn't find an answer. I'm not sure if it does or doesn't have parabens!

So sorry! If you find out do let us know!

Hi Rebecca,

Aw :( poo! My sister is darker than I am and it quite looked nice on her ;) But I imagine it isn't suited to everyone sadly!

It's perfect for me too! I love this stuff!

I noticed the site no longer has it up and available in full size just in the palette!

AHH! But sephora does ;)

Hope this isn't a demise to a great product!

Thanks for your comment :)

November 8, 2007 at 9:40 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

Hi ann!

Thanks for telling me! I'm gonna check it out ;)

Hi Minou!

It does the same for me! It's strange how such a sheer powder can give me such a gorgeous glow ;)

Thanks for the comment!

November 8, 2007 at 9:43 AM  

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