Benefit | Punch Pop! Liquid Lip Colour | Strawberry

Get the juiciest lips in town with Benefit Punch Pop.

Benefit Punch Pop! Liquid Lip Colour Review

Now that winter is setting in, there’s no worse feeling on the lips when they are dry and cracking. You know you have neglected your lips when the skin around them begins to get dry and flaky. Avoid this situation by taking good care of your lips. As always, the number one tip is to consume copious amounts of water, but sometimes that’s not enough. Keep your lips hydrated by putting on a hydrating lip treatment, or a gloss like the Benefit Punch Pop!

I have been enjoying this liquid lip colour in the shade Strawberry. To my surprise, there is no scent from this product. There are five shades available, and with names like sugar-cookie, pink-berry, bubblegum, cherry, mango, strawberry and watermelon you would imagine that the shade name would match a scent to the product, but nope! Scentless! I appreciate this aspect as smells can be quite overpowering, and that ingredient “fragrance” is something I’ve been trying to avoid.

Punch Pop Strawberry Review

I love the product worn on its own. Your lips but juicier. The colour is buildable. You can layer it lightly for a sheen, or layer it up for more opacity. I have also worn it over lipstick and it adds a beautiful glossy pink sheen. I recommend putting it over a matte liquid lipstick to add hydration. The product contains vitamin E which is great for the lips! The packaging is great, its in a squeezie tube with a double flattened doe foot applicator inside, very handy!

Benefit Double Flat Doe Foot Applicator

Have a look at my Instagram video below to get an idea of how it looks. Here I’m wearing it with Benefit They’re real Double The Lip (Review).


Have you tried these liquid lip colours? I hope you enjoyed my review :) If you would like to try this product, you can get your hands on it in Sephora and retails for $24CAD.

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This product was sent to me for consideration, all opinions are my own