Cover Girl And Olay Foundation Review

Below is a reader review of Cover Girl and Olay Tone Rehab Foundation.

When it comes to foundation, I want something that is light and easy to apply. That is why I like the Cover Girl and Olay Foundation at Target. I like this foundation because there are several options in the same line of makeup. My favorite is the liquid foundation because I can control the amount that I put on my face. When I use the powder, I sometimes get too much and I have to start over.


There are many shades to choose from with the Cover Girl foundation products. If I am going to school or work, I wear the Ivory so that I look professional. When I go out for a special event, I usually wear something a little darker like the beige or natural. I can use any other makeup with the foundation without any concerns about the makeup smearing or looking too bold. Most of the other makeup that I use is by Cover Girl, but I have also used other brands, and they work well with the foundation.

The makeup does not get old and clumped like some other foundations I have used. I know that I can keep the product for months and still be able to use it. The foundation goes on very smooth, and it feels like I have nothing on at all. Some foundations that I have used end up darker on some areas of my face. This foundation blends with my skin tone so that it looks very natural. I love this product, and plan to try some of the other foundations that Cover Girl makes in the future.

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CoverGirl Smoothers SPF 15 Tinted Moisturizer Review

CoverGirl Smoothers is a tinted moisturizer that hydrates the skin while giving it a soft glow. It contains sunscreen to protect the skin from sun damage. It goes on smooth and looks great on most skin tones.

Cover Girl Smoothers Tinted Moisturizer Review

Sunscreen is important to prevent sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles and discoloration. CoverGirl Smoothers contains zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, which are barrier sunscreens. Its SPF 15 formula provides enough coverage to protect your skin from sun exposure for short periods of time in the sun such as going to the store or to work.

It is lightweight, so it won’t cake or crease on the skin. It provides a sheer coverage while evening out skin tone for glowing skin. The gel formula helps it glide across the skin for a fresh look. Since it doesn’t contain oil, it is great for all skin types. It’s light enough for oily or combination skin, but sensitive enough to hydrate even dry skin. The zinc oxide helps soothe and protect sensitive skin without irritating blemishes.

The CoverGirl tinted moisturizer comes in three formulas: fair to light, light to medium and medium to dark. Select the right shade for your skin tone. The lightweight formula blends in with your skin tone without looking fake. It gives you an even tone without streaks or dark spots.

Since it is a moisturizer and bronzer in one, there is just one product to apply to your face in the morning. Even if you don’t have time to do all of your makeup, you can get a healthy looking glow with just this product. It evens out skin tone and helps conceal minor blemishes. If you have very dark spots or circles under your eyes, you may need a separate concealer, but for most minor complexion issues, this tinted moisturizer will even your skin tone and reduce the appearance of blemishes.

My skin gets very dry in the winter, so I use a separate moisturizer under this product. I continue to use Smoothers because I like the look and how it evens my skin tone. In the summer, I find that I can skip the separate moisturizer and just use this product.

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CoverGirl Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner

This is a guest review of a favorite product from Dee, CoverGirl Perfect Point Liner. Thanks Dee for the great post!

When we were twelve years old, my friends and I went to the mall and got our first professional makeovers. I can still remember it. We were new to the experience, but we were savvy enough to realize that we were expected to buy something at the end. As a young teenager, all I had to spend was a little bit of babysitting money, so I bought the cheapest makeup the lady had used: the eyeliner.

Cover Girl Perfect Point Eyeliner Review

I loved the way eyeliner looked then, and I still love it now. In fact, the makeup that I wear to work consists of only three things: eyeliner, clear mascara and lipstick. I’m an olive skinned brunette with bold features and clear skin, so I’ve never felt the need to wear more than that. In fact, if I was only going to wear one thing, it would be the eyeliner. It makes my face looks more vivid; more finished.

The eyeliner that I bought from the makeover lady all those years ago was a pencil that needed to be sharpened. That type of eyeliner is difficult to keep neat. The color in the middle is either so soft it won’t sharpen properly or so hard it won’t make a clear mark. It’s difficult to sharpen them evenly, and nobody wants to scrape their eyelid with a sharp piece of wood. For that reason, I’ve got a strong preference for mechanical eyeliner pencils. You just twist out a little more of the colored tip when they start to run low.

Since eyeliner is one of the few types of makeup I wear regularly, I’ve tried a lot of brands. I feel confident in saying that CoverGirl Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner is the best inexpensive product out there, and it’s better than the expensive ones I’ve tried, too. The tip almost never breaks, and it makes a strong, even line. They’re equipped with covered smudging sponges on the back end, for a more romantic look. The covers on both the tip and the sponge stay put, even in my purse. These pencils last for a long time. In fact, the brand name has worn off the one I’m using now, and I had to look it up.

I’ll go out of my way for these pencils. I’ve moved to the U.K. now, and I haven’t been able to find them in the stores here, so I order them from the U.S.
CoverGirl Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner: highly recommended.

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