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Benefit releases Powder Pop!, Justine Case and Ten Palette


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...


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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