Friday, 5 September 2014

Veil Cover Cream






When Veil Cover Cream first got in touch about reviewing some products I was a little skeptical, I knew it was used as camouflage make up and had an outstanding reputation among its clients but I didn't have anything to camouflage. I said yes because I was really intrigued about the products and when the Veil Cover Cream Demonstration Kit* arrived with 20 different shades and a dusting powder I was ready to get to work. 

My beautiful sister, Emily volunteered her face for me to practice on because she suffers bad breakouts due to her Epilepsy medication that she has to take. We've been trying to find the perfect cover up foundation for her, for months so we had high expectations for Veil Cover Cream. A few weekends ago we got to work, fully cleansing her face ready to apply.

 The shade range is really great, from a very light Cream to the darker tones of Coffee and Toffee. I think this pack will be great for practising contouring with aswell. We used a few different shades to get the right tone for Emily, a mix of Vanilla, Natural Light and Suede. It's quite heavy duty and you need the smallest amount to get full coverage. I used my Real Techniques Stippling Brush which made the application so much easier. 

As you can see from the before and after photos, Veil Cover Cream blends flawlessly onto the skin covering up imperfections, discolouration and blemishes. It blurs the skin, making the perfect base to apply the rest of your make up, it's the ultimate confidence booster and it really does last for hours. I've left the demonstration pack with Emily the last few weeks so she can have a good test of it. Although a little heavy for everyday wear, she has been singing Veil Cover Creams praises.Veil Cover Cream is available to purchase from £19.95, in two different sizes and 40 different shades. There is also a translucent finishing powder available. You can purchase via the website which I've linked at the top of this post or most pharmacies. 

*PR Sample sent for review.
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14 comments

  1. Wow! What wonderful coverage. It almost looks airbrushed which is really impressive! :) I imagine this would be fantastic for heavy blemishes or break outs.
    Great post! ^_^

    Jemma xx
    www.dorkface.co.uk

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    1. Isn't it? I couldn't believe how well it applied. Very heavy but if you have things to cover so worth it xx

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  2. Oh my gosh this is amazing! I have really bad scarring and pigment due to a few acne breakouts, so this would be ideal for me :)

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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    1. It's worth checking out as you can get smaller pots to test out first xx

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  3. Wow - the coverage is fantastic! That really is a flawless finish. An impressive range of shades too :) x

    Brenda BusyBee

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  4. The difference is amazing! She must have felt wonderful finding this stuff :)
    Megan x
    London Callings

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    1. I was really impressed, it applied so lovely and easy xx

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    1. Doesn't it? Thanks for commenting xx

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  6. I want to try this. My breakouts are rubbish right now, for no reason but embarrassing for 23yr old. This works great x

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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  7. This looks amazing, it's completely covered up any breakouts and made the skin look flawless x

    daisy-drops

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    1. It really is impressive! The stories on the website are really interesting too about how it's helped others xx

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