Reviews for Erase Paste by Benefit
Rating: Aug 19, 2013 9:01am
Great for pimples and redness not under eyes
I got this product to get rid of my under eye circles but it never delivered on that promise. I could never apply it so it didnt look yellow or caked on.
I do however love it as a pimple and red mark concealer. You only need a very little and it spread and covers a lot. I use no1 for my very pale skin it just requires a bit of blending. It lasts all day an doesn't slip and it blends well with foundations under or over the top.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Georgina83.
Rating: Aug 15, 2013 5:43pm
I was a little unsure about this stuff, it's so thick and sticky but it does work really well for dark areas around eyes. I find it's best used when pat on to the area and edges blended, a fluffy blending brush also applies this nicely but it does take a bit more work to get the coverage right.
Definitely think the price is well worth it, if you can find a shade that matches your skin perfectly it can easily be worn on it's own without being set as it doesn't gather in lines. If applying over your eyelids it should definitely be set with a powder though as the constant movement of your lids will push product around.
Only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is because it does occasionally break me out if I try to put it on other ares of my face as with most benefit base products so be aware if you have had this issue with other Benefit products as well.
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Rating: Aug 13, 2013 11:07pm
Amazing !! I was recommend this product and so glad I was!
Easy to use! Only need a tiny bit! Blends in, looks perfect, lasts for hours! What more can I say!!
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Kez9999.
Rating: Aug 1, 2013 1:01pm
This is great for those with dark circles (myself being Italian and being prone to very dark shadows under my eyes). It's creamy but not heavy. I use the medium and it's great.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Beethesass.
Rating: Jun 24, 2013 3:49pm
Fantastic For Concealing Spots/Pimples
This has a slightly drier formula than some other concealers so I'm finding it fantastic for dotting onto a red pimple or spot to conceal it. The formula stays well and covers the spot easily. I'm especially finding it easy to use with the appropriate Benefit brush. (I wouldn't put this under my eyes or where my skin is drier only because I have dry skin there already with fine lines and prefer to use Benefit's Boi-ing for that area as it's more creamy and moisturising.)
I have medium skin colouring with golden skin tones and have this in no.2 which is perfect for me to cover the odd naughty spot.
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Rating: May 3, 2013 8:34pm
Great for nasty red pimples
I was recommended this product as an under eye concealer but it's NOT good for that at all in my experience. I highly recommend it for use on red pimples or marks. It's thick, and I find the best way to use it is to stick the tip of your finger in the pot then dab it on your blemish. Apply foundation over the top, or use Erase paste on top of foundation - you choose.
Rating: Feb 15, 2013 8:49am
This is a fantastic concealer like Product. It is very long lasting and you only need the tiniest bit each time!
Rating: Feb 7, 2013 7:57am
I hard pressed to think of a concealer that has worked on my under eye circles so well. A tiny dab goes a long way and it blends really easily and nice. Just pat pat pat and the results are amazing! Love it
Read the full review of Erase Paste by LisOnLife.
Rating: Jan 30, 2013 4:26pm
I can't get past the texture of this concealer. It's way too thick and cakey looking under the eyes which further emphasises fine lines.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by adajetish.
Rating: Nov 19, 2012 11:48pm
not heavy+luminating+coverage= Perect formal photos
i had my formal makeup done at a benefit counter and Grace used the erase paste under my eyes and huge,HUGE difference didnt sit on top of fine lines or need a thick cake layer
Read the full review of Erase Paste by amber.lee.