I’m a total fan of double duty makeup, particularly if it delivers on its promises. When it comes to foundation, I love a radiant finish that stands up to dark circles (I am 58 after all). I was extremely excited to receive Westmore Beauty Coverage Perfector 2-in-1 Foundation to try out, as it is a foundation and concealer in one.
What is it: With Westmore Beauty’s Coverage Perfector, every woman can now easily experience Hollywood special effects in minutes–and with one product! It’s your sheer-to-full-coverage foundation and concealer in one that magically provides skin with the appearance of a flawless, airbrushed finish. Concealing everything with comfortable long-wearing coverage, the luxuriously creamy and hydrating formula provides a unique glow, leaving your skin looking radiant, and giving you the perfect skin appearance you’d expect from Hollywood celebrities walking the red carpet.
Who is it for: Anyone who wants the look of flawless skin by easily customizing coverage from sheer to full to help diffuse the appearance of imperfections. Versatility of use allows you to use it as a concealer or a sheer-to-full-coverage foundation for natural-looking radiant coverage all in one product. Perfect for all skin, it does not settle into fine lines and wrinkles, and its complex of vitamins A, C, and E provide skin-care benefits to the skin.
Why is it different: Coverage Perfector is formulated with a unique complex that helps to provide a beautiful glow to the skin. The Tri-Effects technology works on three connected levels of technology to help provide long-wear coverage, ultra comfort, and natural-looking radiance to the skin. This “special effect” will stay with you until you remove Coverage Perfector.
How do I use it: Apply over clean, dry skin, or over an oil-free moisturizer. Reapply to build coverage, or only apply onto problem areas (shadows/spots) as a concealer without the fear of caking, flaking, or migrating into lines and wrinkles.
Why I love it:
Know that I am pretty much a makeup snob. Not that I have to have high-priced products, but my makeup needs to WORK! Whether budget-friendly or high-end, I expect results from my makeup. With that being said, Westmore Beauty Coverage Perfector 2-in-1 Foundation makes lots of claims, and I’m happy to say that the foundation lives up to them!
Even though this is a foundation with only 5 shades in the range, it is extremely forgiving when it comes to blending. I used Tan, and it blended out well on my medium/light brown skin. I also love that Westmore Beauty Coverage Perfector 2-in-1 Foundation is buildable. I don’t like heavy coverage so I an apply a light layer of the foundation and then go back and add more under my eyes to act as concealer. And conceal it does! No need for me to go back and add a traditional concealer under my eyes.
This foundation lasts all day and feels as light as air. It doesn’t change color, get oily or dry or move on your skin. As a matter of fact, my skin feels hydrated and looks radiant and dewy when using Westmore Beauty Coverage Perfector 2-in-1 Foundation. I should also mention that a nickel sized drop is plenty product for medium coverage, and enough to go back and touch up spots.
This foundation also comes with the perfect sized foundation brush. I say perfect sized because it fits in your inner eye area and around your nose so that getting the foundation there is a breeze — especially for building on those spots.
Pro: Great coverage, easily blended, buildable, hydrating
Price: $32 at QVC
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Vitamins A, C, and E
Cruelty Free: Yes
See my before and after photos below:
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