CoverGirl One Brand Makeup Look and Impressions

I’ve received a few products from CoverGirl because I’m a part of the Beauty United program. I decided that doing a CoverGirl One Brand Makeup Look and Impressions youtube video and post would help show how each product performs and my general thoughts in an efficient manner.

CoverGirl One Brand Makeup Look and Impressions


No makeup one – deer in the headlights haha


CoverGirl one brand makeup look


CoverGirl one brand makeup look

 CoverGirl products worn in this look:

  • TruBlend Liquid Foundation M5
  • TruBlend Concealer Fix stick M1234
  • Cheekers Blush in Brick Rose
  • Flamed Out Shadow Pencil Melted Caramel 350
  • Flamed Out Shadow Pencil Ginger Flame 340
  • Flamed Out Shadow Pencil Crystal Flame 305
  • EyeEnhancers Sheerly Nudes 265
  • Flamed Out Shadow Pot Fired-up Pink 305
  • Bombshell Volume by Lashblast
  • Lip Perfection Lipstick Darling 395

CoverGirl Bombshell Volume by Lashblast

Other products: Make Up For Ever HD Pressed Powder, Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder, Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Original

Overall, the stand out products in this CoverGirl One Brand demonstration are the Flamed Out Shadow Pencils, the Lip Perfection Lipstick and the Cheekers Blush. I didn’t go into each pen thoroughly and I found a post with swatches and reviews of the other pencils in the range. Check out Maggie’s review and swatch post of the Cover Girl Flamed Out Pencils.

I couldn’t give a concrete opinion about the TruBlend Liquid Foundation. I haven’t worn it out for a few hours considering it did not match me. I would not be able to tell you that it doesn’t oxidate on my skin or how long it wears.

The CoverGirl TruBlend Concealer Fix stick worked fine at concealing my imperfections, but I wasn’t a fan of its scent.

While the CoverGirl EyeEnhancers Sheerly Nudes quad worked well, I was not impressed with the Flamed Out Shadow Pot in Fired-up Pink. I suggest looking up swatches before purchases a Flamed Out Shadow Pot; there are other more pigmented shades in the range. It appears that I received one of the lack-luster ones.

The CoverGirl Bombshell Volume by Lashblast was another area of hit or miss with me. I liked the thicker end of the mascara (side one) better than the standard smaller bristled one (side two). I explain why more thoroughly in the video below.

I hope you enjoyed my CoverGirl one brand makeup look and impressions. Have you tried any of these products before?


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