Beauty Buzz: Benefit Coralista

July 29, 2009

The days of summer may be winding down on the calendar…but it doesn’t mean you have to lose that golden glow anytime soon. For those who spend time under fluorescent lights or in air-conditioned abodes more than they’d like to, Benefit’s Coralista ($28) powder blush can warm up the complexion quicker than a day at the beach.

The key to this product is that it’s in the orange-pink family as opposed to golden-browns. Many think applying a bronzer is the only way to fake a tan—however, if you have a pale base to start, that glow may look orange and uneven. However, this new powder blush offers an alternative.

Coralista stays true to its name. The coral-pink powder is ideal for creating the image of windswept cheeks with a touch of sheen for most skin tones. Plus, a faint floral scent adds a touch of the islands to the formulation.

Housed in a retro-style metallic leopard-printed box, Coralista serves up a decent portion of powder at 12.0g net wt./0.42 oz. and comes with a wood-based, natural bristle blush brush. Say “aloha” to Benefit for a tropical treat.

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