Yesterday I shared the beautiful new Benefit Cheek Stars Reunion Tour Palette with you, and today I have the mini version; Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette to show you both of which will launching very soon. The larger sized palette contains five full sized cheek powders, as well as a little cheek brush for £52. This palette is a lot smaller, with just three shades so keep on reading to find out more.
Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette
The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette combines blushes and bronzers from the past and present together, featuring the bestseller Hoola matt bronzer and the newly updated cult products Sugarbomb and Georgia. Inside the palette, there’s a little special tips & tricks guide to always hit the right note when it comes to beauty!
This palette contains:
- Hoola matt bronzing powder for the face Mini | 4.0 g net weight
- NEW! Sugarbomb rosy-pink Rouge Mini | 3.5 g net weight
- NEW! Georgia Peach Gold Blush Mini | 4.0 g net weight
Benefit recommend dusting Hoola on your nostrils, under the cheekbones and chin. Give your cheeks a sweet rosy pink touch with Sugarbomb or a golden sheen with Georgia like a freshly picked peach.
The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette is a lot more compact than the other Reunion Tour Palette, as it contains three mini sizes instead of full sizes and there’s no brush either. Even though the powders are mini, they’re very generous and very close to being full size so it is a great deal.
The three powders included within the Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette are Sugarbomb, Georgia and Hoola. It’s currently available in Poland and Germany, but will be launching within the UK very soon. The palette is Germany is €33 but the value of the powders inside the palette is said to be worth €55.50 making it amazing value for money.
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