Monday, December 16, 2013

CoverGirl Fresh Whipped Foundation

Several weeks ago I was asked by BzzAgent to review Cover Girl's Clean Whipped Creme Foundation.  

Upon arrival I noticed that the foundation was light and airy.  I started out by putting the foundation on with a circular sponge.  I went on nice and smooth.  I did notice that it made my face "tingle" a little bit.  I don't know if it was because my face is sensitive or if I wasn't use to using a liquid foundation,  but I continued my usage of the product.  I noticed that product went on very well and covered all area's of my face with nice coverage.  I didn't like how thick it went on and I noticed that it didn't last all day long.  By the time I got home from work (9 hour work day, at least 7 hours are sitting down at a desk) my face wasn't as "smooth" as I would have liked.  

In all, I say it is a good product, but not something that I would choose to wear to nicer events.  I would prefer something that would last longer and stay put all night long.  For basic days or even a day spent just lounging around, it would work just fine.  

My daily routine for make up is as follows:

1. Wash face in shower (St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub)
2. Put on a SPF moisturizer (Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture with SPF 15)
3. Apply foundation onto the face. (Cover Girl's Fresh Whipped Foundation in "   "
4. Apply a thin amount of powder to face (I am using Clinique's translucent powder in "Transparency Neutral" on top of the foundation)
5. Use a colored eye shadow to the eye lids (I am using either Cover Girl's Eye Enhancers or Bare Minerals eye color in "Nude Beach" )
6. Curl the eye lashes with an eyelash curler
7. Apply mascara to the lashes (I am using Cover Girl's "Flamed Out" mascara in "Black" or Loreal's Voluminous Million Lashes in "Blackest Black")

disclosure: I received this product (Cover Girl's Fresh Whipped Foundation for free from BzzAgent in exchange for a review on this product.  All views and opinions are mine own.

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