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.
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
The Benefit Cheek Stars Mini Reunion Tour Palette features the following three Benefit blusher powders;
- Georgia 4g
- Sugarbomb 3.5g
- Hoola 4g
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.
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.