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CORALista Box O' Powder Blush by Benefit

CORALista Box O' Powder Blush

staying power(88)
pigmentation: sheer
nordstromBuy ($29)

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blends well

but if you have just a small amount on your brush, start on the apples of your cheeks and then start blending out to your temples and it creates such a gorgeous color

- Sephora User

i have been using my current coralista blush for almost two years now, i am very fair and this makeup is very pigmented and blends well so a little gos a long way for me

- Sephora User

staying power


i love this color and it lasts all day

- Ulta User

coralista is an excellent product: long lasting, great color, great sheen, and gorgeous packaging

- Sephora User



applies amazingly on skin, doesn't look cakey

- Sephora User

benefit blush in coralista goes on light or heavy, depending on how much you apply for day or night and lasts without wearing off

- Ulta User



it gives great warmth to my face, and the formula is smooth and blendable

- Sephora User

texture allows for smooth application that blends well

- Benefitcosmetics User


does not have fallout

it has a bit of shimmer that gives you a radiant and dewy finish, it's not powdery or chalky, it's just great

- Benefitcosmetics User

a couple of hair rarely fall out, so its not really bad and the size is just perfect for the apples-to-hairline swipe

- Sephora User



the consistency is surprisingly creamy for a powder, and it applies effortlessly

- Sephora User

i prefer this above nars orgasm for the creamy texture and the pretty soft glow

- Sephora User



goes on sheer and makes you look happy happy happy

- Beautyboutique User

this is the perfect shade of reddy-pinky-coral for my skin tone, and it goes on sheer so you can choose between a natural flush and full on blush

- Benefitcosmetics User
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sephora userAugust 28, 2010


This is my all-time favorite blush and I'm definitely a blush girl! It reminds me of what Nars' "orgasm" color was supposed to be. Coralista has a very soft and smooth texture that goes on like a dream! I don't use the little square brush it comes with though, I prefer to use an actual blush brush. The formula of Coralista is fairly sheer so you can layer to get the color you want. I even prefer the texture of Coralista to any other blush I've used. And I've used a LOT including Nars, Cargo, MAC, Chanel, Marykay, Covergirl etc. I always ended up going back to Dandelion so when I first saw Coralista I HAD to have! I had high expectations and it didn't disappoint! The size is generous if the price is a little scary! One box usually lasts me a good 3-5 months. The color seems to be pretty universal. I have pale skin and my friend has tan skin and we both love Coralista. I LOVE Coralista!

- sephora
sephora userJune 02, 2011

What I've been looking for

I received this as a deluxe sample and was dissappointed to see that it was shimmery. It seemed really creamy to the touch, though, and the color was perfect so I tried it. And It is awesome! The color is a gorgeous apricot and the sheen is very natural. My cheeks look glowy- not sparkly. The texture is creamy smooth and very blendable and it stays put.. Love it, love it and will purchase when my sample is gone.

- sephora
sephora userFebruary 16, 2011

flush blush

I read a lot of good stuff about coralista before I went buying it. There were so much options and since it was my first time to get a benefit product it was so hard to choose. I have an oily skin and i have fair-medium skin. FYI: this is not the same with orgasm. It might look the same but def not. it gives a different kind of flush. It is pigmented so 2-3 swipes; a little shrug is just enough to have that sun-kissed-post-work out flush. I put it on the apples of my cheeks and towards my hairline. the sheen of it is kind of special. def not matte, not shimmery, not dewey - its just that glowing flushed skin. the blush is more of an orangey pink, so i guess the combination of the two colors will suit any skin color. hmmm.. the sheen has that kind of reflector so you have that kind of glow. its a little powdery but won't make your cheeks cakey, or any of that weird consistency. besides you can always buff it out. i remembered going home from an 8 hours of work, and when I looked accidentally on a mirror, i have that natural flush and it made me smile. you can never go wrong with these blush. It's very buildable. personally? I use their brush. a couple of hair rarely fall out, so its not really bad and the size is just perfect for the apples-to-hairline swipe. and the scent doesnt stick to your skin, so no worries. the sheen doesn't emphasize my pores and def not make my skin look oilier. its an everyday make up blush. one of a kind blush. Can't wait for bella.

- sephora
sephora userDecember 08, 2010

wow, I'm converted!

I used N*rs Org*sm blush for about 3 years--it was a great blush and I still love it. But I'm 32 now, my pores and skin imperfections are more noticeable, and I just don't want the more obvious glittery look anymore. So I tried a dozen other blushes, ranging from expensive to drugstore brands, until I found Coralista. The color and formulation are perfect! It gives me a prettier "glow" than the N*rs blush--and WITHOUT the glitter. It lasts through most of the day, and I'll barely touch up for the evening if I'm going somewhere. The box looks small but lasts a long time: I'll only have to buy it once a year. However I do use my own blush brush for smoother application & blending. Also notable: I have a lighter semi-olive skin tone that gets quite tan in the summer (it changes enough that I use three different shades of foundation over the course of a year), and this blush looks beautiful no matter how pale or tan I am! I just need less for it to show up in the winter, and it's easily buildable in summer.

- sephora
sephora userJune 14, 2017

No pigment

I don't know if I got a bad one but it lacks pigment its very very sheer it doesn't show up on my light to med skin tone for how much it costs its a rip off skip this one same for dandelion blush as well no pigment

- sephora

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