BackgroundThe October 2nd Proctor & Gamble insert included a $8 off any 2 CoverGirl face products coupon; this coupon stacked with drugstore's BOGO half off on CoverGirl products made it easy to get products for free. My mom and her neighbors mailed me a few of these coupons, too! I don't wear foundation. I've hit pan on most of my NARS and Clinique blushes. So I decided to give CoverGirl's Cheekers blushers a try. I liked the original one I purchased, Golden Pink. So over the course of a few weeks, I picked up even more...
Rock n Rose
The majority of the colors are very soft. Great for those who want the natural, barely there look. These blushes can also be easily built up for a more intense color. Some colors have little to no pigmentation and take a few sweeps to be noticed.
It's very easily applied, staying power is several hours.
The texture is solid with no fallout.
The cost varies place to place, but the Cheekers stay under $4.00 for 3 grams of product. The Classic Color and Instant Cheekbones run from $5.00 to $7.00. Most drugstores have CoverGirl BOGO half off, then you can also add a manufacturers coupon and get these for even cheaper, or in my case - free.
The packaging is quite cheap and pathetic. Plastic, that very easily cracks, one is having a hard time closing properly. (I'm a sucker for good packaging and I think everything should come in sleek packaging like NARS.) The tiny brush it comes with is absolutely useless and should be thrown out ASAP.
They're good blushes for the cost. They're great for someone just starting out with makeup. There are better one sweep, better-staying power blushes out there.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this product to a friend.
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