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Review of Cover Girl TruBlend Whipped Foundation

Reader Review of the Day: Cover Girl TruBlend Whipped Foundation

Reader Pepermint179 had so many positive things to say about Cover Girl TruBlend Whipped Foundation ($8) that I think I'll just let her take it from here:

This is perhaps the best foundation I've used to date. My old favorite was Max Factor's Colour Adapt which was unfortunately discontinued, and I am convinced these two are the same product. The ingredients are almost identical and the two smell the same. I have also found my perfect shade — Classic Ivory. I am about an NC20 in MAC, and the color is match is excellent . . . Once applied, I just use my fingers, and only a small amount is needed. My skin is glowing! The coverage covers up all redness in my skin and any imperfections at all . . I must say this one is hands-down perfection!"

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Susanna Susanna 8 years
CoverGirl and Max Factor are both owned by Proctor & Gamble, so they may well be the same product. A lot of the products overlap, just with different names.
shopping42 shopping42 8 years
coverage is great but what about as an anti-aging makeup??
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