BeneFit Cosmetics • Creaseless Cream Shadow Liner in Bunny Hop • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||57%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
in the light its a pure shimmer but turned away from the light it's a peachy nude colour,, and I like it!!! I hope I can turn use this at night instead.. or not a sunny day haha. I like this pigmentation
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I too love the benefit creaseless cream eyeshadows, RSVP love it!
I got this from All Cosmetics Wholesale for like $13, "woot" I thought. WRONG. Rsvp makes a great champagne color base, this one is very sheer. I got this because on swatches it looks like a light beautiful pink, but nope. Very disappointing. The consistency also appeared more oily than the other colors I tried. Well because I have a giant jar in this I might use it as a base for eyeshadows, or maybe a nice sparkly highlight on the cheekbones.I would use it as a base for my pinks, but this oily thing may be problematic. I will buy other colors, but never bunny hop.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love this. It is a great product and a great color. I have noticed it lasts longer if I put on an eye shadow primer beforehand. As long as I have put on primer, it can easily last past 8 hours. I have mostly used it as a liner and it works beautifully. I am very pale and this color makes me look amazing. I think it makes me look like I have a little more color. I am impressed that I do not need much to get a good looking eye. I will be buying this shade again when I finally run out and I will be buying other colors in the future.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I really wanted to love this one, because I have a few Benefit creaseless cream shadows and love the other ones. However on my MMM/NC42 skintone, Bunny Hop has virtually no color payoff. Even layered, this was nothing more than a "sheen" on my eyelids. Great if you're looking for a very light eyeshadow base, but I prefer to have a little more pigmentation to help my shadows *pop* .. and this definitely failed to live up to my needs.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I received this in a swap. The texture is lovely, but the color barely shows up on my (very pale) skin.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this, like many of the other reviewers, from Sephora as my deluxe sample. This product is suuuuper creamy - not hard at all, doesn't need to be warmed up either. My finger just melts across the surface. That said, the product itself I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with. Creases slightly but I have oily lids...it's fine with UDPP. In the pot it looks like such a lovely champagne-y pink colour but on skin it just looks so very...blah. And I don't know if it's the product being sheer or just the colour itself - no matter how much I pile on my skin it still just looks very, very sheer. Maybe it's just too similar to my skintone? It has a very nice shimmer and acts as a nice base especially for pink and neutral shadows. I like the formulation, so I MIGHT repurchase but in a different colour for sure - I have no idea how the colour pigmentation is though for those ones.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I too got this from the Sephora BI Club. Let me say that I agree with previous reviewers who said they'd be pissed if they paid money for this. Though this color looks lovely in the pot, it has hardly any color payoff, and I have fair skin. Having disliked this, I would be leery of trying any of the other colors. I generally dislike Benefit cosmetics. I've only ever used a blush from them, because my mom gave it to me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Yes I got this with my Sephora BI points. It applies very nude, with an almost opalescent sheen. I apply UDPP first on my oily lids, then this to have a more vibrant and less creeping for my shadow. I have noticed it works much better than Paint Pots as a e/s base; with less creasing. I will definitely be trying more in varying colors.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this as a freebie for being a Sephora Insider and I'm happy to say that I really love it. Some people have said that there's no color for them, but I'm Asian and it works great as a subtle eye highlighter. It makes my eyes pop but it doesn't look like I'm wearing a lot of makeup. I have super oily eyelids, so there is a slight amount of creasing, but less than with most eyeshadows.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Medium Eyes: Green
well...I too am not a huge benefit lover...although I do have 4 other colors in this formula. I differ from the other reviews in that I love the color Bunny Hop! It is a great all over lid color and on my very fair skin looks opalescent. I use these as primers with color and find that they stay put, don't ever crease, and play well with other shadows, whether blending other benefit cream shadows or regular powder shadows on top. I think it really depends on your skintone with this particular color. I love that you can apply it with your finger too. The only thing I don't like is the lid, which you have to unscrew. I am a fan of the flip-top caps (a la UD etc). And for anyone who didn't like the first "round" of these shadows due to the shimmer factor, there are now matte colors.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I first have to say that while i hate benefit cosmetics- the ONLY thing i love are the creaseless cream shadows and i mean LOVE! I have a few of there colors and they really deliver. This color however was a major disapointment. I like the other 3 reviewers also got it for free from sephora during a promotion but i sure would be pissed if i had paid for it. Like the reviewer below me said the color is non-existant! There is nothing but a transparent clear sheen. Very strange considering it looks champange peachy pink in the pot. I even tried adding on several layers of it to make it darker but instead made a mess of it. I am going to try to use it on my cheek bones as a highlighter so that it won't go to waste. No wonder they were giving this away for free! Don't let this color turn you off to the product though because all the other colors are great! The have intense pigment, don't crease, last all day and you don't even need an eye base! Also, if you want a nice champange color for all over the lid- try r.s.v.p.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I also received this as a freebie through the Sephora Beauty Insider program. Had I purchased this item, I would certainly return it. While it makes for a decent base, the color is nonexistant.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I got this as a freebie from Sephora, too. SCORE! Bunny Hop is a peachy base with pale blue opalescence. It's beautiful, even on my not so young eyes. Subtle enough for daytime and pretty enough for night. If I ever used it up, I would buy a new one.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is a Creaseless Cream shadow, the freebie from F&F2008 at Sephora.
The shadow is a pale slightly warm pink champagne shimmer. No chunks of glitter. Very light texture and minimal coverage. On medium skin such as mine (Caucasian NW25-30) it really doesn't show but it makes a nice base. The texture is MUCH smoother and slicker than I remember the original cream shadows from Beneft. Frankly, I stopped using their makeup as I thought it was overpriced and underperforming, but this formulation is very nice and I could see buying other cream shadows in place of MAC's Paint Pots.
The product itself is in a small screwcap pot, quite a bit smaller in depth than MAC Paint Pots. The shadow arrives in a perplexingly large box with a false bottom, but it's a very cute box. As usual, Benefit is all about the packaging and marketing. But in this case, I give Creaseless Cream shadows a big thumbs-up because they feel so nice. I can also see using Bunny Hop as a highlighter, in fact, it looks like one of those things you can pop into a small makeup bag for evening touch-ups.