Reviews for Erase Paste by Benefit
Rating: Oct 25, 2014 12:12am
conceal those panda eyes
this corrector conceal the dark circles without making the under eye area look dry. great for those days when you did not get much sleep the night before and/or have consistent dark circles - like me.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Alice320.
Rating: Oct 23, 2014 11:12pm
I never leave the house without some of this on. It is probably the best product I have ever used overall. It's the only thing that covers my dark circles without turning them a greyish colour and brightens up my entire face!
Rating: Sep 11, 2014 8:41pm
This is my favorite make up product that I own. I am so insanely in love with it. I've tried my fair share of concealers, and this is the best in the business. This stuff will last for flippin ever, so I would spend twice what you actually spend on it. I have had mine 9 months, I use it every day, and I haven't even used a quarter of the little container. It goes on thick, but not in a cakey, icky, gross way. It's a perfect coverage concealer as far as I'm concerned. My mom told me that when she first discovered it, she was watching another woman put it on and my mom said "I don't mean to be rude, but your bags have completely disappeared!". It took me a few more years to try it out, and I regret waiting that long. think that it would work well for any age, as long as you know how to wear it. If you have wrinkles I would suggest using a primer first, and then using this. Foundation or even just pressed powder goes on wonderfully over it. I really only ever use powder, because foundation is usually just too heavy for my skin, and the powder looks lovely over it. If I have a zit here or there all I do is dab some of this one it, put on my powder and, presto! i'm ready to go. I dare anyone and everyone to try this product out. I would be surprised if you hated it!
Rating: Mar 31, 2014 1:11pm
Does a good job
On a whole I really enjoy this product. I agree with other reviewers about it not being the greatest for under the eyes as sometimes I find that it makes it look a little too thick and cakey under my eyes. I like the colour correcting property of it for my dark circles but will only use it there if I'm not going to have it on for very long under my eyes so I don't have to deal with the creasing it causes. I do like this as a general concealer though. I can use this on those stubborn blemishes underneath the skin, it is really good at covering bruises and any love bites you may have unwantedly recieved! This product lasts a really long time because of the tiny amount that is needed which makes the price tag so much better!
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Cherie751.
Rating: Feb 21, 2014 7:21pm
Pigmented and thick
This lovely little concealer is rather pigmented and thick, but does blend rather well. I have been using this primarily under my eyes to hide my bags, and when first applied, it can be a little sticky, but I've been using a Beauty Blender to dab and spread it under my eyes and this is working really well for me.
Once it dries down, it's no longer sticky, so that's not an issue at all. It also doesn't tend to make me look like a 'reverse panda'.
Rating: Jan 11, 2014 2:27pm
This is a really thick concealer that takes some getting used to. A little bit goes a long way when used under the eye are. It blends easily and is great for those with dark circles. I blend it out with a soft brush & then set with finishing powder. Packaging is great and comes with a little applicator to keep the product hygienic. I would definitely repurchase.
Rating: Jan 11, 2014 1:35pm
I bought erase paste while I was in America. It is amazing! It covers up any blemishes and blends in to any skin type! If you have light skin, you should rub it in a lot until it looks natural.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Rosalie.
Rating: Jan 7, 2014 1:11am
pigmented and thick concealer
I have tried using this concealer on blemishes and under my eyes. I bought the shade medium. When used under my eyes, I find that it can get a little cakey. This was when I used my fingers and patted the concealer on. I will have to do some more experimenting with application techniques for this concealer. When applied on blemishes, the thick and sticky texture makes it work perfectly when covering up blemishes. There is also a decent amount of product in the container, and as it is very pigmented, a little really does go a long way. I am now overseas so it is winter, this may be the reason why the concealer is caking up. The area under my eyes are a little dry
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Jasmen111.
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.
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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.
Read the full review of Erase Paste by Zaralis.