Covergirl Clump Crusher Mascara is a new volumizing mascara that offers a clump free finish. I’m not sure I really have issues with clumps…don’t get me wrong there are mascaras that clump occasionally but I blame the formula or applicator not necessarily my lashes. That’s not to say that clumping isn’t an issue some folks experience, in that case you might be seeking out a formula that will offer you a clump free finish.
On top of not having issues with clumps I wasn’t terribly excited to try Covergirl Clump Crusher Mascara. I have not come across a single mascara from the Lashblast Collection that I actually like. For all the marketing and all the bells and whistles that comes along with their massive applicators I typically end up with a more natural fringe of lashes after use. You’d think all that fanfare would give me some drama but sadly, the finish from a Lashblast Masara is typically mediocre and just falls flat of what one would expect especially because most come with those HUGE club style applicators that look like they could do some major damage.
Perhaps Clump Crushed by Lashblast will change my mind?
Covergirl fans might want to hit up drugstores to purchase the new Clump Crusher Mascara and Outlast Nail Polish that’s launched for Winter 2012.
Take a look!
Covergirl BB Cream? Ahhh I has me a giggle!
A friend of mine recently said she saw Covergirl BB Cream at the drugstore and I was mmmm I dunno ’bout that but here’s proof.
I’m always a little wary of pressed powder as I have drier skin. I tend to avoid using it except occasionally in the Summer when my skin is showing signs of being a little oily.
Covergirl + Olay Pressed Powder is a new powder that promises to brighten skin as it softens the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles.
Take a look!
For Summer 2012 Covergirl Eye Enhancers get a revamp. Yes, that is Taylor Swift in the promo image on the display!
Crazy right? Doesn’t even look like her!
These new Eye Enhancer Palettes have four shades of complimentary shades for a variety of eye colors. I know I’ve mentioned it before but I’m not really a lover of palettes that claim to contain shades suitable for my eye color, I’d rather pick and choose the shades I enjoy using not ones that a brand picks for me meh!
I think the original Eye Enhancer Palettes weren’t all that fabulous but of course, that’s just from looks alone on my part as I didn’t actually try them.
Did you use the old palettes?
Here’s a look at the new ones.