BeneFit Cosmetics • Erase Paste #2 Medium • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Green
easy to apply
a lot comes in the jar
after a couple hours it's pigmentation becomes more see through
if too much is applied, it creases a lot
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Brown
This is a good concealer. I like to use it under the eyes for my dark circles. On my NC30-NC35 skin, it's a peachy color that helps counteract the appearance of dark circles. It's very creamy which helps it go on smoothly but it's on the thicker side. It does crease on me if I don't set it but I feel like all concealers crease under they eyes if they aren't set with a powder. At $26 it's a bit pricey for me but it's a good size which is a plus. However, I still prefer MAC's Select Moisture Cover Concealer which is my HG under eye concealer and is cheaper at $18.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
ok so to begin with, i've been looking high n low for a good long-lasting concealer to hide my under-eye dark circles. my dark circles are quite prominent since it's hereditary. also, it shows really badly when i pull late nights studying for exams etc. so i honestly can't do without concealers. Erase Paste by Benefit is GODSEND. it's honestly the ideal concealer for undereye circles. it conceals discoloration and makes the undereye area as well as the inner corner of the eye a lot brighter therefore making me look more awake and fresh. Blending isn't really a problem though some may find the consistency a tad too creamy and thick. but to me, it melts just fine after blending well with my ring finger. honestly you only need a tiny amount to conceal but then again in depends on how bad your dark circles are. a spatula is provided so you get just the right amount (but still i find it too much even using the spatula). however, in terms of covering up blemishes, pigmentation, pimples- i don't think it is as effective because i think Erase Paste was formulated for the undereye area...so for those of you wanting to cover up massive racoon eyes- this is for you. otherwise, forget about it because you will probably be disappointed. im givnig it a 3/5 because it does tend to settle into fine lines after like 30 minutes post-application and it fades off kinda fast especially if you're outdoors a lot. i haven't tried it with an eye primer but the fading/creasing is quite significant.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
I tried this because I love Benefit products, but this erase paste... I didn't like it. It didn't cover up my dark circles and looked rather cakey. Sad to say that I didn't like this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I like how this cancels out blueness in the undereye area, but I think the shade I got is a bit too dark. What really bothers me about this product is that it highlights every imperfection. I have dry skin on my eyes, and this highlights all of the flakes and makes it look much worse. It exaggerates the fine lines as well, and makes me look older. If you have oily skin, this might work on you, but if you have normal-dry, this will just make the flakes more obvious.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Green
Im conflicted on this, Id almost give it a 4 actually because it does brighten up under eye area excellently. Ive done one side with this and another side with a different concealer and found it to be more brightening and def much more long lasting. This does nothing for red pimples or spot covering, also, its a very thick hard formula to work with esp in the sensitive under eye area, so pts off for that too as i do not like to tug or press down in that area much. Overall though i do like this for under-eye brightening and concealing.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I was advised to try this product to help with concealing some very red, inflamed and obvious pimples I have on my face. This product does conceal pimples very well, however, be careful on choosing the shade that is best for you. The medium is VERY dark and I really feel that this should be the darkest shade of the paste instead of only 'medium'. Blends well and smooth. If you are looking for the best concealer try the Boi-ing by Benefit. Unknown to me, Erase Paste is more for under eye concealing than acne/etc spot concealing. Regardless it's a good product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Fantastic under-eye concealer. I wouldn't necessarily use it for spot correction but the brightening pigment and the heavy application work perfectly for concealing dark bags under my eyes and generally making me look like an awake, functional human being when I have no business doing so. I use the #2 when I'm pale in the winter and #3 in the summer when i'm tanner, and so far this range has worked out nicely for me. Would definitely recommend.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I just finished my mini that I got in the finding mister bright kit, I have dry skin and I thought that a creamy concealer couldn't hurt. But this only looks good when my skin is at it's best, when my skin is dry and flaky it makes my undereyes look worse! I also had a hard time applying because the product is so thick and sticky, with my vingers I took out to much so I used a little brush and then blended it in with my fingers. When my skin is good, it looks ok but when my skin is dry this looks just scary on me because it makes my flakey undereyes look 99 years old. Could be great if you only have to cover up dark circles but if you need to cover up more than that you are better off with a different concealer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is not so much a concealer but more of a corrector, it has a salmon...peachy tone to it & find that it cancels out dark circles beautifully. I purchased a little $10 pot at the Ulta checkout line on a whim -they always get me with those things!- & can't say I regret it one bit. I personally hate the cakey look that under eye concealer gives but I find that this melts into the skin beautifully after a few minutes & a little goes a long way. My $10 pot has lasted me quite a while now.
Definitely recommend this product to those of you with purple/blue toned dark circles