Covergirl Jumbo Gloss Balm Creams is a new six shade launch to the Covergirl Colorlicious Collection for Summer 2015. If you’re a lover of Covergirl Jumbo Gloss Balm I imagine you’re likely going going to adore the Covergirl Colorlicious Jumbo Gloss Balm Creams range but if you didn’t like the original formula I fear the creams might be a love either.
Let’s take a look!
Covergirl Outlast All Day Primer ($11.99) is a new face primer that launched with the Covergirl Summer 2015 Collection which will be added to the permanent collection of Covergirl Outlast makeup products.
I really love Revlon Photoready Primer so I never understand why I shop around for other face primers because I tend to use Photoready more than any other primer I own! But lord knows a new one pops up and of course, I have to try it out for myself.
Let’s take a peek at Covergirl Outlast All Day Primer and see what the good word is!
Covergirl Outlast Long Wear Lipstick are launching now at drugstores for Summer 2015. A few shades are available in a new Covergirl Stay Naturally Luminous All Day display at drugstores but I think it is safe to say these will be available in a larger launch shortly and will likely become a permanent part of Covergirl’s core makeup collection.
When I first saw them I had an instant flash back to Revlon’s Ultra HD Lipstick because of the clear packaging. Also, they happen to have the exact same packaging which doesn’t fully twist down the lipstick (hellloo annoying!).
Let’s take a look at Covergirl Outlast Long Wear Lipstick.
Covergirl Outlast All Day Primer, Covergirl Stay Luminous Natural Glow Foundation, Covergirl Outlast Long Wear Lipstick are three brand new permanent products in a new Covergirl Stay Naturally Luminous All Day Collection for Summer 2015.
Sofia Vergara is looking particularly pretty in this display!
Let’s take a look!
Covergirl The Super Sizer by Lashblast Mascara is new volumizing mascara that Covergirl recently launched for Summer 2015. I’m always reading reviews where everyone is telling me that some Covergirl mascara or another is going to change my makeup life. I end up trying said mascara and come out of having a WTH am I missing experience as many times I’m disappointed.
This is particular the case with Lashblast formulas. I always find the applicators too big, quite clumsy, and for a klutz like me I have a lot of “you’ll poke your eye out, kid!” moments.
Covergirl The Super Sizer by Lashblast Mascara does change things around slightly with a new thinner, spiker brush that promises to increase volume by up to 400%.