Blemishes? …. What blemishes?!

Concealers…. there are thousands to choose from! Literally!  Every brand even usually has about 2 or 3 different types. I have tried and tested so many of them. Very rarely do I come across one where the consistency and coverage are perfect.

‘Boi-ing’ is Benefit Cosmetic’s ‘industrial-strength’ concealer. It does not disappoint.  I dont go anywhere without this product.

It comes in 3 shades so you are sure to find one to suit your skin tone.

The texture of the concealer itself is very smooth, soft, creamy and extremely easy to apply and blend. It gives fantastic coverage for dark under-eye circles, acne or dark spots. Not only that but it does it with a light-weight formula. This product won’t pull or weigh your skin down. With some high coverage concealer’s, they are thick in density therefore accentuate wrinkles, so although you cover one problem, you are creating another. That doesn’t happen with this product, it is surprisingly light for its level of coverage.

Benefit recommends applying this product with your finger tips, which works quite well, however, I prefer to pat this product on with a natural hair concealer brush. It doesn’t sit or blend well when applied with a synthetic brush.  This product is at its best consistency when it is at room temperature, so if you have it out and about in your handbag and it is cold, warm it up a little by holding it in your hands for a few minutes.

I find this product is suitable for all skin types.

Be careful not to apply too much of it. You only need a thin layer for it to be effective. When you start to put too much on and set it with powder you will get the caked effect, which you will get if you put too much of any concealer on.  Since you only need a thin layer of this product you will find that you get great use out of it.

If you have any questions about this product, feel free to ask.

Boi-ing comes in a 3g pot and is priced very reasonably at £16.50.

Boi-ing is available to purchase online at http://www.benefitcosmetics.com, Alternatively, you can find Benefit Counters at many department stores including Debenhams, Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser and Boots.

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