Benefit Boi-ing Concealer reviews
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|Benefit Cosmetics Boi-ing 03 Medium 0.1 oz
updated: 06/06/2017 12:09 UTC
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I received a mini sample of this and I absolutely love it. I use it mostly instead of my foundation to reduce foundation lines and the blending process. Although it doesn't cover as well as a foundation, it works amazingly under powder and doesn't crease.
My only fault is that after using it as an under eye concealer it caused a large spot under my eye which still hasn't gone,even though it has undergone many Microdermabrasion treatments
A good concealor is hard to find, and this one is okay so far. It will cover up a lot, but it may break you out too. So I would not recommend for those with severe cases, or those that want to wear it everyday.
Fantastic, fantastic coverage. Thick and reportedly "industrial strength." While this is awesome for covering up, this is not good for your actual skin.
I won't say terrible, really-- it shouldn't give you big tender spots, but it may make your existing acne worse by smothering it.
Bottom line - use it for special occasions or daily under eye concealing. Refrain from daily use, unless you don't mind a couple extra zits here and there and are great about washing your face.
Also, if at all possible, use as a last resort. Your first priority should be prevention!