Covergirl Clean Whipped Creme Foundation Review & Swatches
Covergirl Clean Whipped Creme Foundation got me kinda excited as I like mousse foundations well enough although I did have my mishaps with Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation.
This is a creamy foundation product in the vein of Covergirl TRUblend Whipped Foundation.
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This comes in a smaller glass jar that houses 0.6 oz of the Clean Whipped Creme Foundation. I believe I paid $5.99 at Harmons but don’t quote me on that price. It’s available in an extensive array of shades so you should be able to find a suitable one for your tone. I selected 320 but it was a little too dark for me however, not nearly as bad as I imagined.
It’s actually beautiful foundation. It’s rich, creamy, yet lightweight, breathable and easy to apply. It blends evenly, smoothly, and leaves behind fairly good coverage that can go from sheer to almost medium when built up but not quite full coverage. On my drier skin it has a smooth finish without accentuating flakier areas. I used primer prior for the smoothest finish but even application without produced an airbrushed effect. I’m unsure how oily skin will feel about it as it does dry down to a fairly matte finish but not so much so it’ll soak up excess oil. I also think it might be a little too rich if your pores easily clog or you suffer from blemishes or break outs.
The deal breaker here is the wear time is terrible. It absorbs fairly quickly once applied and does not oxidize however, within an hour or two of application you’ll notice it completely wears away. I wear foundation to ease dullness and even out my complexion and I can see the dullness return to my skin within a fairly short time when wearing this so that in fact means it fades away very fast. I just didn’t feel like I even applied foundation after around 90 minutes of wear.
I actually felt their original formula had a thicker texture and better wear time. Covergirl Clean Whipped Creme Foundation is a pleasure to apply and has a very nice finish but the wear time is iffy on my drier skin.
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