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Beautiful color and moisturizing! (Love that Pink)
I love Love that Pink! It's a retro bright pink with I love! It moisturizing and creamy (a little too creamy, ergo 8 stars). I wear large nerdy glasses and no other makeup except foundation so I love the contrast of the glasses and bright lipstick.
April 29, 2013
My HG! Hope it's never discontinued!!!
I am so glad I decided to buy this foundation! I have oily skin with patchy red cheeks and kind of bad acne I wanted to hide without looking unnatural. I don't remember how I first heard of this foundation, but I researched it fully before buying it. I had a coupon for a dollar off on a covergirl product so I decided to buy it, for around $10 at Walmart. Best purchase ever! I had been using the Fit Me foundation in 125, (not the best for oily skin) and since I walk to school everyday, it would look greasy, and I wouldn't have time to blot or powder, it was a mess. But this foundation, it performs the way every foundation should perform. It has wonderful coverage without looking cakey and it is easily blended and sets to a gorgeous natural semi matte finish, which I love. I can go for an average of five hours before I have to powder, and even then it's minimal shine, which is saying a lot because I have really oily skin. It covers my acne and redness, it doesn't enhance the few dry spots I have or my pores and evens my skin tone seamlessly. And it has a pump! I am in love. Shade wise, they have a great selection. I had tried the Covergirl liquid to powder compact in buff beige with matched me perfectly. So I bought the foundation in buff beige or 825, and it was perfect. I've noticed I am in the 25 range; 125 in Fit Me!, NW25 in MAC and 825 in this foundation. I recommend this foundation if you have combo/oily or even normal skin and want medium coverage and like a natural satin/matte finish. I can't say I recommend it for dry skin, though you can try it out yourself. I personally like applying it with my fingers because its easier to blend, a little goes a long way! (For reference: I have light/medium skin with neutral undertones)
February 9, 2013
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