Benefit Hervana Blusher £24.50* is a beautiful multicoloured powder blush which Benefit describe as being a good karma face powder that contains four complementary shades; lucky shell, divine peach, heavenly rose and berry delight which swirled together create an orchid blossom blush. Just like all of Benefit’s Box O Powders, the Benefit Hervana Blusher is packaged within a card compact, with a magnetised lid containing a mirror, and a brush nestled on top of the powder.
I’ve read a lot of reviews where people slate the enclosed brush, but I happen to think it’s quite effective due to its angled shape of the bristles, which fits nicely against the contours of the cheeks.
Hervana is such a pretty pastel powder, with a kaleidoscope pattern of the four shades. To use the powder, Benefit recommend swirling all four shades together but you could technically use a small brush in one specific section, although I haven’t found that to be very effective so I just use them all together.
Hervana isn’t super pigmented which might disappoint some but I actually love that Hervana is subtle as I can wear it that way, or choose to build it up to be slightly more intense. When blended together, Hervana is a pretty rosy plum shade which imparts a soft yet natural satin flush which is ever so flattering for my pale skin and it suits every lip and eye colour, making it one of my most worn blushes.
I like that because you have different colours within the same pan, the shade looks different almost every time you apply it but I love every single shade it creates as it’s such a soft, flattering shade for my skintone and I just love the Benefit boxed blushes.
Have you ever tried the Benefit Hervana Blusher before?