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Benefit releases Powder Pop!, Justine Case and Ten Palette

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New things from Benefit, oh happy days! Well, actually, that's kind of a lie. What we're really getting from Benefit is existing products, repackaged into nifty sets. So not quite new, new, but we're still a tad excited anyway.

They're only on Sephora right now, but we should see them on our shores too, as most Benefit products make the jump across the Atlantic. UPDATE: They're on Boots online (thanks Kerry and MiffyMiffy) priced at £25 for Powder Pop, £26 for 10 Palette and £22.50 for Justine Case.

Powder Pop! is three of Benefit's most popular powders - Dallas, Hoola, and Dandelion, in one handy case, while Justine Case (oh the punnage), crams California Kissin', Eyecon, Benetint and Some Kind-a gorgeous into a teeny, tiny box.

Keep reading for details and pics of the third and final palette, the Ten Palette...

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The Ten Palette is based around Perfect Ten, and includes two lip shades for lips (sheer golden berry/ sheer plum) and complementary shades for your eyes (soft mauve/ golden taupe).


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Posted by Charlotte on October 2, 2007 in Blush / Cheek Products, Eye Makeup, Lip Cosmetics, New Products, Palettes & Kits | Permalink

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They're on the boots website now, but as per usual more expensive! £25 for the Powder Pop palette, not sure about the others

Posted by: Kerry | October 2, 2007 1:54 PM

yeah I noticed these on the Boots website the other day as coming soon stock. I don't own any of Benefit's square powders so will be super excited to try out powder pop palette. Dandelion being £22.50 itself at Boots, I'd think getting three mini versions of these powders for £25 is sort of worth it. now if only Boots bring back the ''500 points for two products bought'' :)

Posted by: Miffymiffy | October 3, 2007 2:10 AM

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