Fictionary: SolHUEtion

Fictionary is a column showcasing beauty-related words that don’t exist, but should.

Benefit Feelin’ Dandy Lip And Cheek Kit

Monochromatic is anything but boring, dolls. The same hue used all over your face–lips, cheeks and even a dab on your lids–can yield a subtly pretty glow. Call it a SolHUEtion–a single hue to keep it simple, while creating a “you but better” effect.

Benefit Sugarlicious Lip And Cheek Kit

To that end, Benefit‘s new Lip And Cheek Kits ($28 each) are a Top Gun-esque solo mission perfect for when you’re feeling, as Maverick often did, a need for speed.

POSITIVE, ghostrider, this pattern is full–of everything you need for a pop of color in three luscious variations. Sugarlicious comes with a mini Benetint, High Beam, Sugarbomb Face Powder and Ultra Plush Lip Gloss.  Feelin’ Dandy comes with Posietint (my favorite ever), High Beam, Dandelion Face Powder and Ultra Plush Lip Gloss. Last, the target-rich environment (if you’re an orange/coral gal) of Go TropiCoral includes a mini Chachatint, High Beam, CORALista Face Powder and Ultra Plush Lip Gloss. Each kit also comes with a tips and tricks sheet to teach you how to gloss, blush and highlight like a pro for utter ease. So the secrets of magical makeup is no longer classified and left only to professional makeup artists.

Benefit Go TropiCoral Lip And Cheek Kit

As a full-size Benefit powder box is valued at $28 each, this kit gives you a lot for your money and is the perfect way to try out that new item you’ve been wanting to test-drive. And it has convenient little designated areas for all your shade wingmen (As Maverick learned throughout the flick, never leave your wingman).

Buy the Benefit Lip And Cheek Kits exclusively at Sephora and Sephora.com this August. And tell me: Is it Sugarlicious, Feelin’ Dandy or Go TropiCoral that’s taking your breath away?

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