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Hi everyone! I recently picked up Wet n Wild`s new Coverall foundation from Rite Aid during Rite Aid`s 40% off Wet n Wild sale and I`ve used it a couple times and wanted to give you my first impressions before the sale is over.
Price & Availability - $3.99 at Rite Aid - Probably available where most WnW products are sold
Claims (from the back of the packaging) - All day wear - Medium to full coverage - Lightweight, satin-matte finish - VisiBright complex reduces the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenates skin
Shade & Finish - I picked up two shades: Light and Light/Medium - There are 7 shades total: Fair, Fair/Light, Light, Light/Medium, Medium, Medium/Tan, Tan - These have a mostly matte finish
Coverage - The back of the package says it`s medium to full coverage - The WnW website says this is sheer to medium - It is sheer to medium coverage
Packaging - Plastic squeeze tube packaging - Has a foil covering which is it`s sanitary seal I guess
Scent - Typical makeup smell, I don`t smell it after it`s been applied though
How I apply - I`ve used fingers and brushes, but the brushes seem to give more coverage
Pros - Inexpensive and goes on sale frequently - Easily available - A nice range of shades, but it may not cater to the very fair or very deep skintones - Accompanying powder is available - Easy to apply and blend - Dries down quickly and doesn`t feel sticky - BEAUTIFUL finish - Squeeze tube packaging - hygienic and easy to use - Travel friendly
Neutrals - Color range may not be good for those who are very fair or very deep - I got the shade Light and it`s still a little dark and slightly orange on me - Doesn`t have any oil control properties
Cons - Despite the name Coverall it really is a sheer to medium coverage foundation and the BACK of the packaging claims it is medium to full coverage
Thoughts I really wanted to love this foundation, and while I like it for all the pros it offers I wanted an inexpensive foundation that would coverall and this just doesn`t deliver. While it did cover minor redness and evened my skintone in one or two layers, it takes about three or four layers to cover up the major discoloration and acne scars that I need covered. If you have nearly perfect skin, or very minor discoloring this will probably work out well for you. You may also like this foundation if you don`t mind applying concealer to your more problematic areas. But for me, the name says Coverall and that`s what I wanted it to do. Thanks for reading! Have you tried this foundation before? What do you think of it? All images and content are my own. Please do not use or take without permission. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://seralina.blogspot.com/2012/02/blog-sale.html