Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette Review / Swatches

Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette Review Swatches

The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette launched in the US back in February, but it only arrived in the UK in September which is crazy. I understand that Benefit is a US based beauty brand, but to have to wait over six months for the product to reach UK stores is so frustrating. As soon as I saw it initially launch, I knew I wanted it, so whilst I had to wait a long time, now I have it, the long wait was definitely worth it.

Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette Review Swatches

The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette is £27 and contains three of the Benefit Box ‘O Powders in a cute, slim cardboard palette with a mirror in the lid. The products within the palette are said to be worth £43.50, which is amazing. Especially as it’s frequently on offer right now too. I bought mine from Lookfantastic, where it’s on offer for £22.95 which means you’re getting almost double the value.

Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette Review Swatches

Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette

The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette features the following three powders;

The full sized version of Benefit Georgia contains 8g of product, so you’re getting half the full sized blush. You can purchase a 3.5g mini size of the Sugarbomb Blusher for £14.50, so it’s amazing that size is included within this palette. Lastly, the 4g version of Hoola Bronzer is £14.50, so again it’s fab it’s included within this palette.

Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette Review Swatches

The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette includes two blushers and one bronzer, and Georgia is a shade which was discontinued for years, however 2020 saw Benefit relaunch Georgia with a makeover. The shade used to be a pale, matte peach, but now it’s a peachy gold blusher with a shimmer finish. I loved the original Georgia, and I was gutted when it was discontinued, but I do wish they’d brought back the original shade.

I do like the new Georgia, but it’s not particularly unique and is very dupeable. Whereas the original Georgia was a lot more unique in comparison, but it was very muted, which perhaps wasn’t very popular for the brand. This is such a fantastic palette for £27, but for £22.95, it’s even more amazing, and I like being able to mix my blush brush in the shades to mix them together too.

You can find the Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette right here.



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