Product Review: Cruelty Free Makeup - CoverGirl Trublend Liquid Foundation

Hello everyone! It is time for another product review. The product I will review today is the CoverGirl Trublend liquid foundation in the shade D4.

Cost: $8-$11.75 depending on where you buy it

Cruelty Free: Yes, CoverGirl is cruelty free; they don't test on animals 🐰.

Brand Promises: CoverGirl promises that this foundation is oil-free, hypoallergenic, that it won't clog pores, that it will blend in flawlessly with your skin, and that they will have a 99% match for all skin tones. 

Shade Range: Awesome shade range as always! There are 7 light shades, 7 medium shades, and 7 dark shades, so there are 21 shades in total to choose from.

The shade that I have is called D4, which is the fourth darkest shade. This shade matches my skin color perfectly. 

Scent: There is no perfume scent; it has the typical clay smell that most foundations have.

Ingredients: This foundation has 19 ingredients in it. I much prefer a smaller ingredient list like this when the product is not organic or natural. 

This foundation comes with a pump so that you can control how much product comes out and not contaminate the product so the foundation lasts longer. 

Packaging seems nice and sturdy.

How This Foundation Looks On The Skin

My Skin Type: I had normal skin since I was a child, but recently it has become oily

Before Foundation

After Foundation

Does The Foundation Do What It Promises?

This foundation did blend in with my skin tone perfectly. I looked flawless; I didn't look like I was wearing makeup, since the foundation looked skin-like. 

This foundation stayed on my skin all day.

Dark Circles: This foundation did reduce the appearance of darkness under my eyes, but I do feel that I would still need concealer to completely get rid of my dark circles; this alone wasn't enough.

Oily: I did look quite oily after wearing this foundation for almost 7 hours, so make sure you set it with powder to reduce the oiliness throughout the day. 

Settle Into Lines: This foundation did settle into the lines around my eyes, but it did not settle into the lines on the rest of my face, such as my smile lines. So if you wear this foundation, make sure you keep it away from the under eye area. 

Final Thoughts: I like the look of this foundation; it looks natural and it really matches my skin tone nicely, but in terms of oiliness, there are other foundations out there that get less oily compared to this one. In terms of price, shade range, and being cruelty-free, this foundation passes with flying colors. Lastly, I don't think this foundation will work for women with oily skin, but I do think it will work fine for women with dry skin.  

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