Cover Girl • Clean Whipped Creme Foundation • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||64%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this foundation on an impulse because I had a coupon. It's proof that just because you have a coupon for something, doesn't mean you should buy it. It is not a dupe for Revlon Colorstay Whipped (that one is way better than this one; it's a bit more expensive but worth it). It has an odd, thick consistency and a sweet, chemically scent that reminds me of paint. It does go away after a short time so it's not too big of an issue for me. The packaging is awful because you have to dip your fingers into the jar. It is also very thick so a little goes a long way.
I find this foundation provides medium coverage and a satin finish. The problem is that it never seems to set on my skin, even with powder, and it doesn't look natural. It looks like you're wearing makeup, which for me is not the look I necessarily want all the time.
Bottom line, if you see this foundation in the store, just don't bother. There are way better drugstore foundations out there.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I thought it was just an okay foundation, around medium coverage but the wear time wasn't amazing. It probably was about 2-3 hours after application that I felt the need to touch it up.
The shade range isn't very good if your pale as the lightest shade was way too orange for me, it only worked if I blended it down my neck a lot.
Now this is what made me throw it away, I noticed it had a slight scent that I didn't really like but it went away after a bit. I tried it again just to mess around and it smelled absolutely disgusting, extremely sweet and kind of rotten would be how I'd explain it. It was only a month old and was stored with my other makeup so I'm going to believe the issue is with the product itself or I just got a bad jar.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I really like this foundation. The color 'creamy natural' is a perfect match. It feels so lightweight and natural, like I'm not wearing makeup. I'm just sad CoverGirl is discontinuing it. I can find it at some Targets and Rite Aids, so I snatch it up when I can and at $6 each a can certainly stock up. Revlon has a similar whipped foundation, but their fair shades are always too pink/cool for me and a little off.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
This is not the best product, but if you use it sparingly and as a concealer, it can become your new best friend.
*long lasting matte finish
Well, not a lot of claims really... With that in mind, there aren't a lot of thinks to be on the lookout for. For once, this product does NOT moisturize at all, something I would scoff at. As for long lasting matte finish? This product has failed me utterly with the weak claims that are untrue.
*covering texture, application, etc etera.
FEELS: (eh) this is definitely more thick on the skin and on the hand. I knew it from the beginning that it was going to turn out to be drying and odd looking against my skin just from the back of my moisturized hand.
SMELL: (bad) this is disgusting. The scent of it. Like toxic waste (actually, that taste a lot better than the smell of this). Paint, or something weird like that.
TEXTURE: (bad) thick, weird, uneven, don't like it.
PIGMENTATION: (eh) for something that's so thick, I expected more from this light-medium coverage product.
FINISH: (eh) not a big fan of matte, but you know, kind of knew that when I picked it up to try it anyways.
APPLICATION: (eh) doesn't tell you how to use it, but using a sponge is a BAD idea since this product absorbs really quickly into it.
MY APPLICATION PROCESS:
#1: Apply over the face using fingers.
WEAR OF PRODUCT:
TIME: (bad) this lasts for three hours max. I have slightly-dry skin and I used this over silicone based primer, and a colour correcting primer. Does not last whatsoever while my primer still seems to be on my skin. What?
LOOKS: (bad) makes you look wrinkly around the eyes and mouth.
WEAR: (bad) this literally rubs off onto my clothing, so that's not a good thing.
REACTION: (eh) with fragrance, I reacted, but my skin didn't break out with this.
REMOVAL: (leh) easy to remove, but it's already long gone without removing.
TRAVEL: (eh) very slightly heavy and consists use of the fingers.
SPECIFICS: (eh) smaller and compact, so might be suitable for travel.
VANITY: (eh) not the best vanity product but it's okay.
Very cheap, and I got it for $5 US.
The foundation is horrible, and I don't like it. Honestly, from Covergirl, I expected much more from them, but I guess that's what you get when you get your hopes up.
For makeup: NO.
For skincare: NOT EVEN.
For dazzling up your vanity?: EH.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I picked this up at walgreens out of curiosity when I got home I went on you tube and watched reviews and lots of gurus were raving about this so I was excited to try it the next day and glad I bought this! Gives medium coverage, it's so smooth, light airy feel to it, not cakey and doesn' oxidized. I heard this was being discontinued idk why so I decided to buy back ups for winter. Love it but sad it's being discontinued
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
Like all other CoverGirl foundations, this was a miss for me. The colors run way too pink and this was a nightmare for my oily skin - I could see the oil just pooling on my forehead, nose and chin. However, I did pick this up on sale for a decent price at ULTA. The formula felt really light and dry to the touch after application. This may work for some people, but for my skin it was a fail.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This foundation was an impulse buy. I really liked he texture and it was similar to the Revlon Colorstay Whipped foundation, which I had been wanting to try for a while. I don't have that foundation but I've heard many reviews and lots of people seem to like it, but this foundation didn't work on me. It looks horrible and cakey on my dry skin and is not moisturizing at all. It clung to my thin hairs on my upper lip and in between my eyebrows. It might work with someone of a different skin type, but it just didn't work for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I wish this product had a pump or something but I understand that it might be too thick for it. If you're considering this product; GET IT. It's great for my dry sensitive skin and has many shades, though it took me three times to get it right. Blends easily, goes on smooth, medium coverage, long lasting especially with primer and finishing powder. Overall 5/5
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I never really review foundations anymore because I am very fickle about them. I will buy one, use it for a week, and move on. But I can honestly say that I have used this pretty consistently for a year. I bought it in the color Classic Ivory which suits my pale but yellow toned skin very well. I have had good luck with Covergirl foundations, both color and performance. I use this over my Benefit Porefessional primer and then follow with concelear under my eyes and on blemishes. I then finish with Covergirl Simply Powder in Classic Ivory as well. I have found that the combination of these two Covergirl foundations has become a favorite of mine. Simply Powder has always been a staple and I will use that one if I want a lighter coverage, but for every day work (We have to be "date ready"), I like to have a more flawless complexion so this foundation does the trick! I love how easy it is to blend and how it dries semi-matte. It is hard to tell the true finish since I do use primer, but it does airbrush your face while still making it look natural. It's a soft focus look and it is great for covering large pores. I think this foundation is best suited for combination, normal, or slightly oily skin. I think if your skin is too oily it will slide off in a few hours, but that could be remedied with a primer and a finishing spray. I often times work double shifts and my skin does need a little mattifying after about 6-8 hours so I just buff on some more powder and I'm good to go. I will buy this foundation again because of how easy it is to apply and coverage it provides without looking cakey. I recently bought the Covergirl Clean Sensitive liquid makeup and I just don't get the same results. I do, however, wish they would make a Whipped makeup that is suited for sensitive skin, meaning no scent (the cherry scent is okay but I prefer fragrance free) and less ingredients.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
OMG! I have finally found the perfect foundation for me! I feel like I have tried literally everything in the drugstore. I really don't use many high end products. The ones I used in the past were such a disappointment for the money I spent. I have redness and broken capillaries on my cheeks and combination skin that tends to get scaly dry patches in the winter. I have finally found a foundation that covers my redness completely and lasts all day. I don't even use a primer with this stuff. I have also been applying it with the Real Techniques foundation brush. I kid you not, my face looks FLAWLESS when I use this combination. So far no breakouts, even when I forgot to remove it before bed. The packaging isn't the best, but for the price and performance, it cannot be beat!