The Benefit Boi-ing Concealer Collection

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There's nothing that gets me more excited for a new beauty release than hearing it's concealer. As someone cursed with dark circles that won't quit, concealer is an essential part of my daily makeup routine. So, Benefit releasing a whole stash of their famous Boi-ing Concealer is something I am totally down for. There's four newbies available:

Benefit Boi-ing Airbrush Concealer | This has a slightly more whipped and light texture than the other three in tub format, but I really like that as it gives a diffused look when applied to the skin. It still offers great coverage and would be a perfect every day option for any complexion!

Benefit Boi-ing Industrial Strength Concealer | This beauty is designed to cover everything from dark circles to blemishes to discolouration. It's (obviously) thicker than the others in the collection, but a little goes a long way with this one. I don't find it to be too dry either, which is a plus for a heavy concealer!

Benefit Boi-ing Hydrating Concealer | One for those who want a bit of coverage, but have issues with drier skin. This concealer is housed inside a moisturising balm, so you get the best of both worlds. I like this one on any marks that haven't faded, as it gives just enough coverage for a minimal makeup day.

Benefit Boi-ing Brightening Concealer | Another one for those with dark circles or tired eyes, the brightening concealer (formerly known as Erase Paste) has a slightly peachy-melon undertone so works to lift the eye and counteract the blue tones. I like to pat this on, wait for it to warm up and then lightly buff it in - goodbye dark circles!

Are you picking any of these up? Helen x 

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