I love tinted moisturizer. So, I was pretty much a sucker for CC Creams when they launched. CoverGirl Queen Collection CC Cream has quickly become one of my favorites.
Here are the details about CoverGirl Queen Collection CC Cream, Golden Honey $8.99:
- Natural-looking, “no makeup” coverage
- Lightweight, oil-free moisture that won’t clog pores
- Suitable for sensitive skin
Lightweight formula provides a flawless, natural look while caring for your skin. Skin care ingredients hydrate the skin, leaving it feeling moisturized.
How to use:
Place a small dollop of CC Cream to forehead, chin, and each cheek. Blend upward and outward with fingertips or a sponge applicator.
What I Love most about CoverGirl Queen Collection CC Cream is how moist and radiant it leaves my skin looking after application. Also, knowing that I have the protection of an SPF in this CC Cream makes me very happy. A little of cover girl queen collection cc cream goes a very long way and, amazingly enough it has great coverage. I would call it a light to medium coverage with a do we finish. If you prefer more of a matte finish with your make up you may want to finish this look with some setting powder.
The coverage last all day without fading or looking uneven. I don’t wear a powder over it, and find that I have great results with it lasting until I remove it at night.
What I love to aboutCoverGirl Queen Collection CC Cream is that it is forgiving. Meaning that you can probably easily wear a shade lighter or darker than your natural skin time and still look gorgeous.
It’s priced right at $8.99, and that means that you just have to get a mascara and a lipstick too while you are on the CoverGirl aisle.
Pro: Nice coverage, lightweight, natural finish
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: N/A
Cruelty Free: No
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