Monday, June 15, 2009

Review: Benefit Erase Paste

Erase Paste in medium
Cost: $26
I'm back yay!! So I got a lot of request on sharing my thoughts of my Benefit Erase Paste and here it is. I did a great deal of research before I bought this product. There was many mixed reviews on this product either they hated it or it was O.k and there was one or two "I love this product". After I saw how many people hated it I still bought it anyways lol, and I say I fall into the "Its O.K but I'm still going to use it because it kind of works" category. It's a little thick and very creamy. I use this under my Studio Sculpt NW 25 Concealer to help with my dark circles. The way I apply it is I put a good amount below my dark circles with a concealer brush then dampen a sponge and start blending it upwards. The coverage is slightly full but not completely. I have some pretty dark circle so someone with minor circles would like this product more I believe. Also keep in mind the color of these are pinky peachy colors so treat it as a corrector not a concealer. After I have applied my concealer over my erase paste I set it with a translucent powder. So all in all this is a pretty good product for me. I'm not dissapointed but I don't think I'll be buying it again. If you ever read my other reviews and post I love to try knew products so I may try Laura Merciers conceal camoflauge or bobbi browns corrector. To see how I apply my everyday face routine click here


  1. Thanks for the review. You're right that the Studio Sculpt concealer doesn't do its job to the fullest, so I usually use another concealer over it on my undereyes.

  2. thanks =) for doing the request. I have the BB corrector in light peach. Its not bad, but its not great either. I actually think it needs to be creamier. lol. xxx thankyou so much, i really appreciate this.

  3. i was so interested in this, but i think im going to pass on it now reading your review. lol thank you!

    & thanks for following my blog. i hope you have a chance to enter my giveaway

  4. i think you should try bobbi brown's correctors, i have it in bisque and i love it! =D