Review: Covermark’s New Moisture Veil Creamy Liquid Foundation & Silky Loose Powder

Hi Glamifys! 

My trusted Covermark foundation ran out and it so happened that their new Moisture Veil Creamy Liquid Foundation launched in Singapore at the same time. *talk about good timing …. :p * 

I saw on Covermark Singapore’s Facebook Page that guests could sign up for a free makeover by their star makeup artist from Japan, Seno-san. 

So this kiasu singaporean (Ahemz! Moi ) 😉 signed up too !  

 

That’s Seno-san on the right and Hiroyo-san on the left (translator for the day) 😛   

So many promotions see!!! Got mirror some more haha 

   

Now on to the Star product ! 

There are 8 shades of the Moisture Veil Creamy Liquid foundation

From extreme left to right 

MP10 – for pink undertone 

MN00, MN10, MN20, MN30, MN40 – for natural undertone. 00 being the lightest and 40 being the darkest

MO10, MO20 – for ochre undertone. 10 being lighter than 20

   

     

Why this foundation is good for you?? It has instant results as well as ginseng to work into your skin to help with cell regeneration. 

 

 

I got myself the liquid foundation in MN40 (I am a MAC nc 35-40 for easy reference ) and also the new loose powder. 

Moisture veil creamy foundation retails for SGD 55 and the loose powder is at SGD 50

 

  

  

  

  

With the promotion, I even received the pretty mirror! A girl can’t have too many mirrors hahaha 😀

While the foundation looks like a medium sized bottle, it actually can last a pretty long time. The liquid foundation is extremely pigmented and you only need very little for your entire face. 

Somehow this is synonymous with Covermark. 

I usually (unconsciously) pack on foundations as most of those I already own probably need about 2 layers to get the coverage I want. 

But with Covermark, I have to do just one layer and even so, I must remind myself to only use half the amount that I initially had in mind. 

A little goes a looonnnnggggg way with Covermark. 

The liquid foundation feels really light on my skin and covered up all the redness I had. It wasn’t thick, cakey and difficult to blend.  Which meant that my wrinkles and large pores could go into hiding haa 

The best setting powder is the silky loose powder. Perfect match made in heaven! I love the loose powder and it is so fine. Hd makeup anyone??? 

Liquid foundation swatched on top and loose powder swatched below  

   

My makeover by Covermark 🙂 

  

I played with the foundation the following day on my own and check this out …

No concealer… Just purely the foundation and loose powder 

  

  

Got ready to have dinner with the husband so decided to doll up a little 😍

   

   

**On a side note, sweet husband bought me this Frozen inspired necklace since he knew I love Princess Elsa haha 😘**

Head down to Covermark’s counter at Takashimaya Ngee Ann City Level 1 near the perfume corner to get color matched with the new Moisture Veil Creamy Liquid Foundation soon!   

Cheers,

Glamify Sg 

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