About a month ago I received a CoverGirl VoxBox complimentary of Influenster with the TruBlend Matte Made Foundation and Color Neutralizing Primer and today I have a review of both of the products!
CoverGirl TruBlend Matte Made Foundation
According to the CoverGirl website, the foundation’s formula is developed with flexi-hold technology that creates a strong, yet flexible film on skin for durability and comfort, while the mattifying powders absorb oil and minimizes pores for a soft matte, flawless finish. The foundations are split into 4 ranges which are Light (L), Medium (M), Tan (T), and Deep (D) with 10 shades varying in warm, cool, and neutral undertones in each!
- 12 Hour Comfort Matte
- Pore Minimizing
- Oil Control
- Transfer Resistant
The foundation has a pump applicator so it’s easy to get the product out which I absolutely love! It has a medium coverage but you can build it up a little! It applies so smoothly to the skin and feels so lightweight – almost as if you don’t even have foundation on! It dries to a beautiful matte finish and looks so smooth and flawless on the skin! I had it on for about 8 hours and it stayed put without breaking up or getting patchy! As for the transfer resistant claim, I don’t completely agree with that because if you touch your face or try to put a shirt on after doing your makeup there will some transfer but it’s not as much as I’ve had with other foundations! With 40 different shades to choose from, this foundation is a great everyday, affordable option and I definitely recommend trying it for yourself!
CoverGirl Color Neutralizing Primer
This is a really great primer! I don’t have a lot of redness on my skin so I can’t speak for the actual color neutralizing part of this primer but it does create a smooth base for my makeup which I love! It applies to the skin smoothly and doesn’t feel oily or greasy at all! It feels nice on the skin and helped keep my makeup on all day so I’d also recommend trying out this primer for yourself!
Have you tried the CoverGirl TruBlend Matte Made Foundation? If so, what are your thoughts on it?
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