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Benefit Cosmetics Dandelion

What it is: A pale-pink, pressed highlighting powder that transforms your complexion from dull to radiant. What it does: Fake awake in just one stroke with Dandelion—Benefit's long-lasting, pressed highlighting powder in ballerina-pink. Its shimmery, satiny, and radiant formula leaves an immediate perk-me-up finish that brightens up your face—even at eight in the morning. What else you need to know: Includes a natural, soft-bristle brush.
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Questions & Answers for Benefit Cosmetics Dandelion

Question
Is it noticable on fair skin?
asked 4 years, 9 months ago
vballchick01
on Dandelion
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
It definitely does. I have fair skin with neutral undertones and Dandelion looks incredible. It's a very light, sweet pink. I normally wear blushes in the coral and peach families as I find that most pink blushes make me look a bit too flushed/ like I have a slight sunburn. This blush definitely does not have that effect. It does give that ethereal lovely glow. I get endless compliments when I wear this.

Note: You do have to a use a bit of a heavy hand if you want it to be super noticeable, which for me is fine. It's super fool-proof.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
littlejoy
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
definitely! i have alabaster skin and this gives me a beautiful light flush. when i used the included brush, i felt a bit clownish, so definitely use it with a decent blush brush. if you're looking for a lot of color on your cheeks, then this is definitely not for you, but if you're wanting a subtle and natural glow, this is it.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
kash3
(Boston)
answer 3
This color compliments fair skin tone very well, giving it a dolly, angelic face. You can definately see it on fair skin, but it's not very dramatic, if you want dramatic, you can build it up, or the best way is to pair it with posietint.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
lylychee
(Washington)
answer 4
Yes! It's subtle, but that's exactly why I like it. Many shades of blush look unnatural on me because I'm so fair, but this one leaves a very natural looking glow. :)
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
katie1724
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 5
It is very noticeable on fair skin. It gives you a beautiful pink glow and I don't usually wear pinks!
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
terridougherty
(Warren, IN)
answer 6
Yes
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
eabug
(Western MA)
answer 7
yes
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
cymro
(Portland, OR)
answer 8
No. It blends in for a subtle hint of color. I use it with Bare Minerals on top of Mineral Veil.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
sdipman
(glen echo, MD)
Question
Blush or Highlighter...or Both?
What is this stuff?? I've read reviews that say "this is a great blush." Then there's another review that says they use it as a highlighter. The description makes it sound like a highlighter. Is it either of these or is it somewhat multi-purpose?
asked 3 years ago
mrsjunior
(Latham, IL)
on Dandelion
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
This powder is very, very subtly pink and would not work well as a blush. I use it over BB cream and cream blush as a setting powder, all over. It is great for shine control and subtle brightening. It doesn't have a big impact like Benefit's liquid highlighters, and that's why I like it. It is more of a finishing powder than a blush.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Erun
answer 2
It's a very light blush. If you have light skin, then it's a great blush. If you have medium to darker skin, it can be used as a great highlighter.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
BeachBumHarmony
(New Brunswick, NJ)
answer 3
The benefit box-a-powders can be used as anything you like! Highlights, bronzer, blush, eyeshadow, depending on what shade you get, use it as you wish.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
jmu24
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
More of an all over powder..light pigment. Can use as blush but may not be enough pigment for a medium skin tone.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
shazam00
(Shazam Knoxville tn)
answer 5
If you do a single, light sweep it can be used as a general highlighter, use with a heavier hand for a fabulous glowy blush!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
sarahkingbeauty
(St Louis Park, MN)
answer 6
Its both really. Its marketed as a highlighter, but that is essentially what a blush is. It can be used as blush or to highlight your face. (Cheek bones, nose, forehead. etc.)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
FaeQueen
(Lafayette, LA)
answer 7
My skin is really fair so I use it as a blush to add a bit of a pinkish shimmer. However, my sister has more olive tones to her skin and she uses it as a highlighter on the tops of her cheekbones. Overall: I would say it depends on the skin tone, shape of the face and areas that you want to accentuate.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
rose530
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 8
It depends on your skintone. I am very fair (NC15 for reference) and I use it as a blush. On darker skintones the color won't show up the same way and it would be used as a highlighter or all over for that "lit from within glow".
answered 3 years ago
kalex
(Bellevue, NE)
Question
Can I use this throughout the day, over makeup?
I see that Dandelion is more of a highlighting powder than a blush, which is fine for me. But what I'm looking for is a powder that I can sweep on a couple times a day when I'm starting to look dull and "lifeless" at work... Would this be too pink and overpowering? I usually use benetint and hoola daily, but I start to look dull towards the afternoon. Is this light enough to add some life to my face over makeup?

Thanks!
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
mmmegan
(Arizona)
on Dandelion
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
This is what you are looking for. I use it as a finishing powder in the morning and it adds just the right "freshness" without a noticeable color. It is perfect for afternoon shine control and perking up. Plus it smells lovely.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Erun
answer 2
This can definitely be used for work. The color is a very delicate pink and not over the top shimmery. It will give a youthful, natural, rosy glow to your overall look.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
Isabelle94
(Fresno, CA)
answer 3
this is perfect for you if you have normal to lighter skin tone, no matter how much you put on, it will never look overpower. (Unless you try to put 20 layers of it.)
I have very light skin tone, and usually 3~6 layers on me looks perfect.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
enen
(Alhambra, CA)
answer 4
You can definitely use this product to brighten up your face through out the day. It is a very light and subtle color. If you are looking for just a touch of color to add throughout the day then its perfect. However, if you want something dramatic, this will not do it, I actually keep it with me to add to swipe on through out the day since blush often wears off fast.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
FaeQueen
(Lafayette, LA)
answer 5
Yes, it is perfect for touch ups throughout the day! It is very natural looking, and takes away shininess while imparting a subtle glow. I love it because also doesn't make my face look like I've piled on makeup, as doing touch ups with traditional powders sometimes can.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
cassiecat
(Georgia)
answer 6
I use Benefit Dandelion as more of a highlighter.I'm light/fair skinned and the soft pink color is too subtle for a long wearing blush.I think it would be great to swipe to freshen your cheeks depending on what blush you use. The package is smqll but a little bulky so you would want to consider that if you need something portable.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
lizsc
(Santa Clara CA)
answer 7
My complexion is medium and this does not make a good complexion brightner for me, it is a beautiful soft baby pink blush. However, I would recommend High Beam (Benefit) mixed in with your liquid foundation or if you use a cream/powder foundation use it as a final step to your rutine on top or your cheecks, down your nose, along the brows to give your over all complexion a brightness and glow. Can also take it with you for a touch up midday.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
susanaa
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 8
Dandelion is a very subtle pink. I think it would be hard to over-apply.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
MissRose
(New York, NY)
Question
Alternative?
I already have Dandelion and I love it. I use it almost everyday. However, it shows up so light on my skin, even with my fair complexion, that I have to sweep the brush across the powder multiple times and really layer it on my face until I can see it. I was curious to see if anyone knows of a similar blush that would maybe give me a little more bang for my buck. Benefit's Thrrrob is one that I'm considering. Does anyone know if it's similar to but more visible than Dandelion? Sorry for the long question.
asked 5 years, 9 months ago
jravae
(San Jose, Ca)
on Dandelion
7 answers
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answer 1
Try it in conjunction with CORALista for more color. My daughter and I both have very fair skin and light blue-gray eyes. The combination of the 2 gives us a healthy, sunny glow.

Another possibilty is their newest shade, Bella Bamba. It's a deeper, brighter pink that gives more of a blush appearance. Just make sure and use a good blush brush as the new one is more intense and requires a subtle hand. It also comes in a slightly different box - hinged with a small mirror inside.

My daughter and I both tried Throb and weren't wild about it in our very fair skin. It appeared very mauvey (almost violet) and had the odd effect of making the rest of our skin appear paler.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
hibiscusj
(Missouri)
answer 2
Yes, I think Throb would probably be your best bet as it is a little deeper in tone.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
rubydluxe
(Fullerton, CA)
answer 3
I don't think dandelion is really a blush - more of an allover skin enhancer. I use bare minerals blush alongside this product - they work well together.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
professormom
(RI)
answer 4
Nars has some great rich shades that I wear under Benefit's Dandelion. This method gives me a rich color without looking too made up.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
donnainherndon
(San Diego, CA)
answer 5
Dandelion is really meant as a highlighter or powder. You can use it as a blush, but as you noticed its a bit too sheer. Try benetint. You can have a lot of control and and it should naturally blend with your skin tone without looking too harsh. Also I've found that with my fair skin, that bright colors put on with a light hand looks really pretty. I like NARS in Poppy.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
lashreece
(Columbus, Ohio)
answer 6
If Dandelion is disappearing on your complexion you should try a deeper tone, but not too deep. Try a berry or a mauve. Thrrob would be great to try. This also depends on your skins undertone. Hope I helped!
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
stardustlavender
(New York)
answer 7
Thrrrob is definitely much more apparent than the Dandelion. Thrrrob looks like a bright pink blush without any shimmer or sparkle. It's basically a matte pink color. Dandelion is like a very light sheer pink color that is almost unnoticeable when applied.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
stealmysunshine
(My heart is in CA)
Question
Which boxed powder is best?
I'm really interested in Benefit's boxed powders because they seem to give you a good amount of product that can be used in tons of ways, really multi-tasking. But before I try one of them out I want to make sure I'm choosing the right one.
I have fair skin, freckles (not a ton, just on my cheeks/nose), blue eyes and brunette hair. Dandelion seems to be a good choice but I know there are a lot of different shades of these boxed powders to choose from! I want something that's natural looking but will also help make my complexion look pretty- highlighting would be nice too. I'm curious about the Georgia and Coralista colors as well. What would you recommend for me?
(sorry this is so long! i wanted to be specific...)
asked 5 years, 11 months ago
zephyrhills
(Palm Beach, FL)
on Dandelion
7 answers
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answer 1
I have fair skin like u I have 2 blueshes Dandelion and Dallas but i have tried every single one. for dandelion it looks so natural and u can even use it as a face brightener which is a plus at least to me. Also Dallas is great it makes u look tan and u can double it up as a bronzer it shows up more but looks amazing. It matters what u want natural I would go for hervanna rockatour and dandelion but more pigmentation go for dallas I
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
beutyrachie123
(NY)
answer 2
Your description could be me! I recently bought Dandelion to try out and I'm SOLD! I love the stuff, very versatile, light. Highly recommend.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(Montgomery, Alabama)
answer 3
My long-lost sorta twin! I too have blue eyes, brown hair, and freckles (tons.) Dandelion has been great! I never wore blush until about a year ago because I hadn't found the right color. I happened upon this at a Sephora store, and am SO glad I bought it. Has a touch of shimmer, but not glittery, and it is sheer, but buildable.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
brianneo
(Nebraska)
answer 4
I would suggest Dandelion. I also have fair skin and freckles, and Dandelion gives me a natural look and subtle color. I also have Georgia- I like that too, but I find myself using Dandelion more often.
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
cherrieb
(Worcester, MA)
answer 5
My favorite is Dandelion, and I have tried Georgia, Thrrrrob, Dallas, and Hoola.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
stealmysunshine
(My heart is in CA)
answer 6
For your complexion I would recommend dandelion for an instant radiance, with a ballerina-pink finishing powder. I would also recommend thrrrob for the cheeks it gives a great pink flush, or coralista that will brighten up the complexion and leave you with a coral pink flush on your cheeks and nose. Coralista is my favorite!
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
benefit
answer 7
From what I've seen, Coralista gives a much bolder, almost darker color. I've seen it look best on people who are decently tan, and I wasn't crazy about it on my fair skin either. I haven't tried on Georgia, but that and Dandelion are the two I really considered buying. I ended up going for Dandelion and I love it, and it looks great on fair skin, but I think that Georgia could look really nice too. I just know that Dandelion looks really natural and I love it (;
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
essayemm
(Cincinnati, OH)
Question
How long will this last?
Can anyone please tell me how long this will last. I am super fair and will most-likely not use very much.
asked 5 years, 5 months ago
Taylornicole4
(TX)
on Dandelion
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I have used mine all over, almost daily since March of 2013, only having to replace now (June 2014). It lasts a loooong time.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Erun
answer 2
I applied this at 6:00 AM today and at 8:30 AM it is still looking perfect. Two hours down and counting. I'm not expecting it to fade--it made it through two hours of humidity so far so that is a good testament.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
feismom
(Wayne pa)
answer 3
I am extremely pale and this product gives me a nice glow without looking made up. I use Dallas as a contour and apply this over it for a natural, healhy look.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
driftergirl
(Edmonton, AB)
answer 4
I'm quite fair as well and I've had this product for about a year and the container is nowhere near empty. But the color looks really natural on my fair complexion; I recommend it.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
xojustagirlox
answer 5
I fell in love with this product when I first got it, and I have been using it two times a day (in the morning and after my afternoon shower), and i have gotten it for like 8 days now. Theres still A LOT left in it, and I use TONS of it each time. I have bought other lumunizers/blushes and they last for (almost) a lifetime! Blushes don't go back very often, and it takes a long time for it to go bad, so if i were you, i'd buy this!
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
ricebunny
(Calgary, Alberta)
answer 6
These boxes literally last for years! Don't worry about them going bad, pressed powder items last the longest while liquids are the first to go. If you ge worried about germs you can do what we learned in cosmetics school and fill a small spray bottle with alcohol and mist over your powders but I've never felt the need to do this and like I said, it took me a few years to use up my first Dandelion and I'm still on my first Hoola after maybe nearly two years now and I use them both everyday. No worries:)
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
sparklyblind
(Havre de Grace)
answer 7
If you don't use it too often, I think it should probably last a year or more. I've barely made a dent in mine and I've been using it every day for a month. However, if it starts cracking (it looks like dry dirt) or changing color, throw it away!!
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
emmsicles
(Claremont, CA)
Question
Would this product complement Asian skin tones?
I'm looking for an effect similar to the Guerlain meteorites pearls!
asked 4 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
on Dandelion
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I'm Asian and have light skin tone, it shows on my skin but the color is very very subtle. I always use it together with another blush to add more color.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
rrcc
(houston, TX)
answer 2
i am an asian, and it totally flatters my skin. i highly recommend it!!! i have combination oily skin, and somewhat fair complexion.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
imok
(hollywood, ca)
answer 3
Probably not, It's probably too light, I would go for Coralista or Bella bamba, hope this helps =)
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
chole1226
(Pittsburgh PA)
answer 4
I am Asian, it depends on your skin tone though. But no, this will not give the same effect as guerlain meteorites pearl. This will only give you pinkish look. Guerlain give you glitter. I sometimes use guerlain without powder, but this one I always wear bareminerals first.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
smurfin
(New York, NY)
answer 5
I haven't tried that product, but Dandelion is very popular in Asian community and it complements most fair skin tones.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
minxi
(Williamsburg, VA)
answer 6
I am Asian and this looks beautiful on.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
fifikiki
(san francisco)
answer 7
I'm Asian but with very fair skin. So for any fair to light-medium skintones, this color is perfect! Although it has a bit of shimmer, it's not much illuminizing.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
jess90
(BC, Canada)
Question
Does Dandelion have glitter in it? How does it wear with perspiration or oily skin?
I've noticed with a lot of luminzers they often have very fine glitter-like particles in them. Sometimes these look natural and other times it looks like I got into the glitter make-up before the eighth grade dance while mom wasn't looking. Moral of the story. I adore natural radiant skin, not skin that looks like I'm hitting the Miami Beach strip, attending a middle school function or childhood dance recital.

Any advice if Dandelion is finally the luminizer for me?

Also, any thoughts on how it wears through oil or sweat? E.g. Can I wear it out for a night out on the town without it heightening a shiny or sweaty situation on mah face?
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asked 4 years, 3 months ago
femmerogue
(Atlanta, GA)
on Dandelion
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
There is no glitter in this. If there is any shimmer at all, you would have to be an inch away in full sunlight to detect it. It is a great finishing powder with that adds a delicate pink glow without looking like you went crazy with the blush. I use it all over to set my makeup, and it absorbs oil well.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Erun
answer 2
It does have some very fine shimmer to it. I have worn it in numerous situations - school, my sister's bachelorette party, wedding receptions, karaoke night, ball games, you name it. I have never noticed any major fading or that it exaggerates oil/sweat.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
brianneo
(Nebraska)
answer 3
It doesn't have glitter at all.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
wifelife
(Saint Paul)
answer 4
i have oily skin and i only use this as a blush. i like it because it is a very light color with little shimmer but you can build it up a bit. after i am done putting all my makeup on i mist my face 3x's (middle, left side, right side) with urban decay's (all nighter) long lasting makeup setting spray i let that dry like 5 min. then add another light touch up of sephora's mineral foundation powder. i only add this because after the spray dries it looks a bit shiny. hope this works for you. good luck!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
lloydielloyd
(Ceres,CA)
answer 5
Hi! NO GLITTER whatsoever... which is why it's FABULOUS! I wear it before going to the gym, after just waking up in the AM... it's a great breathable powder, a "can't live without" powder!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
mfarrickerusa
(madison, CT)
answer 6
well, for me this was THE blusher. really woke up my cheeks, brought dimension, without making me look gaudy. i know some people like to apply this all over their faces, but as i am pretty white, i don't know if i'll do that. but it does last a very very long time. super high pigmented, so usually for me, i don't need to re apply at all. one sweep across the powder, and then application on my cheeks is perfect. just the right amount of glow(as i've said, NOT GAUDY), and you know it's more of the natural, radiant feel. i highly recommend it.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
imok
(hollywood, ca)
answer 7
It's not glittery, just has a very subtle shimmer to it. I wear it daily as blush.

It's never contributed to sweaty situations for me, but I admit that I haven't tested it too rigorously in that respect.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
bemyanchor
(Traverse City, MI)
Question
Dandelion or High Beam?
I was planning on getting High Beam but now I'm really not sure on which one to get. So, anyone tried both?
asked 6 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
on Dandelion
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Dandelion, I personally am not a fan of High Beam
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
brirue
(Calgary, AB)
answer 2
I got both in a kit from Benefit. I love highbeam as a highlighter all around (holy grail item for me) and I use dandelion as a blush instead of a luminizer due to my light skin tone. Sometimes it takes a bit of building. Hope this helped!
answered 11 months ago
thequeendiva
(Lexington, KY)
answer 3
They are not the same at all. High beam is a highlighter for just certain areas like cheek and brow bones. Dandelion is an all over face brightener. So I would get both if I were you.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
kota
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 4
even though dandelion is technically categorized as an illuminator it leaves the face with a more pinky finish. fair skin tones could totally use it as a blush for this reason. If you are looking for a true illuminator go with high beam. If you want a little more color/shimmer dandelion is your pick.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
hayhay
answer 5
I have both and it really depends on what you're looking for. I use Dandelion purely as a blush (I have very pale, peachy toned skin) and I use High Beam as a highlighter, sometimes both at the same time. I would never dream of using Dandelion as a highlighter, say on my browbone or nose, just as I would never dream of using High Beam as a blush.
answered 6 years, 5 months ago
mizerychik
(NJ)
answer 6
both are good, but dandelion just looks better overall in my opinion
answered 6 years, 6 months ago
SueA
(Mesa, Az)
Question
Dandelion versus other Benefit powders?
I have fair skin and I was wondering which powder would be best for me: Dandelion, Georgia, or Thrrrob?
asked 6 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
(Florence, SC)
on Dandelion
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I have found other Benefit powders to have too much pigmentation. If you are looking for a good allover powder that will freshen without leaving you all pink, this is the way to go. I have very fair skin and it just sets everything and sublty brightens.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Erun
answer 2
I think you'll like Dandelion if you're looking for a natural pink flush. I have fair skin also. Bronzers and many blushes look fake and awful on my skintone.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
UrbanDweller4
(Kansas City, MO)
answer 3
I think all 3 suits your fair skin. The best one for you would probably be Georgia which is great for fair skin girls. It gives them a bright, luminous complexion.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
stealmysunshine
(My heart is in CA)
answer 4
I have 10 and thrrrob and I have light skin too and both look great on my skin. You could always buy more than one for different looks.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
kota
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 5
You defiantly need to get Dandelion! I have fair skin as well and I used to use Georgia and it gave me two tone skin and my skin color looked fake. I use Dandelion everyday and I love it!
answered 6 years, 6 months ago
couturegurl829
(San Jose, CA)
answer 6
definitly dandelion
answered 6 years, 6 months ago
Weeweezz
(Frisco, Tx.)
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