#NEW Benefit hello happy Soft Blur Foundation (Review on dry skin)

Say hello to the new Benefit foundation…
It’s cute, it’s petite and it’s available in twelve different shades.


The hello happy soft blur foundation by Benefit is described to give the complexion a sheer to medium coverage, with an SPF of 15 and PA+++. Having a liquid formulation with a smooth and weightless consistency as well, I must say that you do need to shake this product up well before use.


In my opinion I would have to say that I think that the hello happy foundation is a good base to use in the summertime, as it is light, comfortable whilst also giving a really healthy looking, dewy coverage to the skin.

One thing I will say about the coverage of this foundation, however, is that you do need quite a lot of product than possibly normal?! Whether I am using too much of this foundation at the moment OR just like a richer, stronger coverage overall (I don’t know) but I do find myself applying more of this product than usual.


Overall though, I must say that I am a fan of this foundation and would certainly recommend heading to your nearest Benefit counter to check this product out and possibly getting shade matched too…
On a naturally drier skin type, just like mine, I must say that this almost skin tint styled product sits beautifully. From effortlessly blurring larger pores to taking the edge of any fine lines, I love how this product looks!

It applies evenly, blends incredibly and just sits so lovely on the skin! In terms of lastability also, I must say that this foundation works really well. After a number of hours of wear, this natural, dewy foundation appears healthy in appearance and thankfully hasn’t clung to any drier patches either! I am very tempted to head back to Benefit and pick up a darker shade of this foundation for when I am fake tanned.

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Love, Jess
OXOXO

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