Friday, 24 January 2014

Benefit Erase Paste

I've been loving Bobbi Brown's Corrector in Light Bisque (reviewed here), but I've also been trying out Benefit's Erase Paste* ($32 CAD/0.15oz). Erase Paste is a heavy duty concealer that I've been using underneath my eyes, but it can also be used to conceal blemishes on the face.

Benefit Erase Paste

Benefit Erase Paste

"Benefit Erase Paste is a concentrated, creamy, blendable concealer that instantly brightens and camouflages all-in-one. It has an innovative formula which makes sure signs of stress and fatigue are a thing of the past. These three brightening neutral shades give every gal correction perfection." - Sephora

Benefit Erase Paste

Benefit Erase Paste

Benefit's Erase Paste comes packaged in a cute little pink/purple tub that comes with a spatula to scoop out the product. I have the shade Fair, but there's also Medium and Deep in this lineup. Erase Paste is fairly thick in consistency, but it blends out very easily. I take the included beauty spatula, scoop out a small amount of product, and apply it to my under-eye area. I usually apply my under-eye concealer as the last step in my makeup routine, so that I don't have to worry about getting any fallout from my eye shadows on that area.  

Benefit Erase Paste

Once applied, Benefit's Erase Paste lasts on my skin all day long, without creasing or fading. I think that this formula would be great for anyone with drier skin, since I find this concealer fairly creamy and hydrating. I didn't have any issues with it settling into fine lines, but then again I don't have too many issues with that since I'm only 21. I currently don't have horrible dark circles under my eyes, but this concealer does cover any issues that I'm having. I know that once midterm time comes around & my sleep decreases, I'll be relying on this concealer a lot more!

Benefit Erase Paste

Benefit Erase Paste
Note: there may be trace amounts of foundation on my under-eye area

Benefit Erase Paste

Have you tried out Benefit's Erase Paste before? I'm a huge fan of this concealer, and I love that it provides full coverage without looking cakey. If you wanted me to do a comparison between Benefit's Erase Paste and Bobbi Brown's Corrector, please let me know in a comment below! What are your favourite under-eye concealers? :)

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10 comments:

  1. I didn't even think you really needed undereye concealer in the first photo but you can definitely tell the difference and this one looks great! I would definitely be curious about a comparison between the two!

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    1. Aw thank you! I've been lucky lately & have been getting good amounts of sleep, but during midterms and exams my under eye circles can get really bad!

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  2. Oh wow this looks amazing - I'm running low on my current concealer anyway and the results of the Erase Paste is fantastic so I think I'm gonna grab this once I run out completely.

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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    1. Thanks! Definitely try this out, I think you'll like it :)

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  3. Wow! This looks great! I've only heard good things on it too :)

    www.natalielovesbeauty.com

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  4. Definitely makes you look more awake. It is especially important for us students! haha

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    1. Aha! I couldn't live without concealer during the school year!

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  5. I really want to try this as my under eye circles are really bad. You looked lovely in both photos, I wish I could get away with no concealer like that. Xx

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    1. Aw thank you! :) You should definitely give this one a go :)

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