Covergirl Flamed Out Shadow Pencils are new creamy eyeshadow pencils that Covergirl recently released. These eyeshadows seem very similiar to CG Eyeslicks but the colors are far more vibrant with shades like lime green and red!
I purchased these at Harmons for $5.49 each and noticed the display had about ten shades available. I’m assuming Covergirl Flamed Out Shadow Pencils are being added to the general catalog at some point and aren’t LE.
I think some of these new Summer 2013 launches from Covergirl are marketed towards a younger crowd.
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Covergirl Clean Glow Blusher is another of Covergirl’s new Summer offerings. It looks vaguely familiar to me but I don’t think CG has introduced this before but feel free to correct me because as you know some of the Summer 2013 product releases are actually repackaged repromotes.
So far the Cover Girl Clean Glow Blusher is actually the only product I liked.
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Cover Girl Flamed Out Mascara just came out and promises maximizing volume in a waterproof formula. Being a long time hater of most all Covergirl mascaras I had hopes the Flamed Out Mascara formula would be a game changer.
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Occasionally comical products pass by my desk and Covergirl + Olay Eye Rehab 2 in 1 Concealer is one of those products. Seriously, this is a product that makes me laugh, shake my head, and ask “Why!?”
At first I was quite excited about this. It was a concealer with a hydrating serum built right in! It comes in a small pump style bottle with a helix design that shows the concealer swirled with a creamy serum. The idea and concept seemed great.
So why was it so funny?
Covergirl Smoochies Lip Balm is a new variation on Covergirl Lipslicks that are available this Summer. I’m not really sure why they needed to go here as we already have Lipslicks and I’m not seeing much difference in the two formulas.
But this isn’t really the first product that Covergirl relaunched this season. Their new Creme Foundation and Shadow Pencils are also very similiar releases in new packaging.
However, if you like lip balms these might be worth exploring.
Here’s my review and thoughts.