Written on: 26/07/2011 by Lilprincess (2 reviews written)
I got this blush at a Sephora shop in one of my visits to my relatives in L.A. I've been long time after it, but $28 was a bit excesive for me, fur a single blush. Lastly, I decided to make a present to myself. I still think about the high price sometimes, but the quality of the product, the colour and the lovely smell makes me forget about it. I have medium skin with yelloz undertone and this peachy colour fits great and looks really natural. It doesn't make my skin look like a cake, nor... (read more)
Written on: 21/02/2008
I love it, easy to put on - impossible to make a mistake with, and leaves a nice matte finish with very little shimmmer (which can be aging if you're over 30!) (read more)
Written on: 05/11/2006 by Hollyballoo
If like me, you're not overly keen on the sun-kissed/tanned look, then this is the perfect compromise.
To me, BeneFit Georgia blusher gives that effect of having gone away for a nice refreshing weekend rather than a week in the Tropics - far more healthy looking! (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2004 by Gail (4 reviews written)
BeneFit Georgia - This powder which is advertised as "giving your complexion a warm glow," turns those with fair skin to a not very attractive peach-pink.
There's really no way to regulate the hue. Whatever color pigment is used is certainly evident, resulting in a rather harsh, false appearance rather than a glow.
Don't really believe that a respectable Georgia peach would look like this even in the middle of the burning of Atlanta.
- Gail Cooke (read more)
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