Monday, 3 October 2016

Covershoot Cosmetics♥*

Is there honestly anything more exciting than adding new makeup to your collection? Especially new brands and types of products you don't already own? You could imagine my excitement with regards to trying out Covershoot Cosmetics*. When they got in touch with me, I could hardly knock them back - their products look exciting and their packaging is ace.


Covershoot Cosmetics Brow Kit* - the packaging of this is ever so basic yet I can't help but love the simplicity and sleekness of it. Inside, there are three brow shades, a primer (wax), miniature tweezers and a small brush. I don't use either the tweezers or brush because they're too small but the brow products themselves? Great. The primer is different to any other brow wax I have but I always make sure to brush my brows before applying the powders. The brown shade is ideal for about 2/3 of my eyebrows, and the beige suits the front of my brows just to give a "gradient" effect. However, I don't use the black for my brows, but it would be perfect for an eyeshadow regardless.

Covershoot Cosmetics Contouring* - Never before had I owned a cream contour kit, so I guess it was fair to say I didn't know what to expect from it. I was glad to see that the contour shade was cooler than the bronzer shade so would create a shadow. I used my damp makeup sponge to blend it all out. I really like the natural look that the contour shade gives; the bronzer shade gives the perfect amount of warmth to your complexion; the highlight shade confuses me. I don't quite know what to use it for. I guess maybe concealer or highlighting the high points of your face, but it's not my favourite. Apart from that, I love this kit!


Covershoot Cosmetics Neon Palette* - most certainly the brightest eyeshadow quad I own for sure. I must admit, it is quite intimidating. I wasn't sure if I could pull off ANY of these colours at first, so I thought I'd give it a shot regardless. Not exactly my day to day palette, but ideal for Halloween or any party like that!

Covershoot Cosmetics Smoky Palette* - Greys aren't colours I tend to wear, but I was more than willing to try out this palette - there is something truly beautiful about these shadows. I was shocked by the pigmentation and it's fair to say that a few times, I used more shadow than required. One thing I can praise this palette for is the lack of fallout, which I'm extremely glad of. I've figured out one, simple eye look which requires two shadows from this palette and I receive SO many compliments on, and that is using the white shade (far right) all over the lid and the darkest colour (far left) on the outer corner and slightly into the crease then blend, blend, blend. It's my go-to eye look at the mo!


Covershoot Cosmetics Twist Pot* - this is perhaps one of the most convenient products I have ever owned, and should have owned long before now. Typically, when I remove my nail polish, I use a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover. Now, I use this twist pot. All you need to do it pop your finger in and twist, as the name would suggest. It removes every trace of nail polish even easier than I thought was possible. I would highly suggest getting one of these because I cannot believe or grasp how easy and quick this little pot is!

For the price, Covershoot Cosmetics have overwhelmed and surprised me. The quality is immense and they have a wide selection of products. I noticed that the products are stocked in Savers, and I couldn't help but notice they have a fan brush, so guess what's on the to-buy list?!

Have you tried Covershoot Cosmetics?


*PR Samples

26 comments:

  1. I've never tried this brand but the contour palettes look so nice, lovely post :)
    Kathy x
    www.alongcamekathy.blogspot.co.nz

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    1. Ooh should try and track it down! Thank you! x

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  2. What a great products ! I love the contour kit!

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  3. Such a great review Hun, I've never heard of this brand before but now eager to try something from them. I esp like the look of the eyeshadow palettes. Great photos too! :-)

    Gem | gemsupnorth.co.uk

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    1. Thank you so much! I hadn't heard of them before I tried them, but they are really good products! Highly recommend! x

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  4. I love the smokey palette colours! Perf for Autumn!!

    Robyn / Phases Of Robyn

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  5. This makeup all looks amazing! And that smokey palette looks absolutely gorgeous!

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    1. It most certainly is! I love that palette! x

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  6. The shades in that Smokey palette look so beautiful! Somehow I'm weirdly into that blueish shade, although I usually tend to stay far away from any 'actual' colours on my eyes haha! :D xx

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    1. Colours can be intimidating though aha! x

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  7. These look so wonderful. Do you know if they're cruelty free? 💋💕

    With love, Alisha Valerie. x
    www.AlishaValerie.com || www.twitter.com/AlishaValerie

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  8. The contour kit looks great! I really want to try out cream contouring. And I totally understand why you're confused with the highlighter haha. It doesn't really look like it provides the shimmer we want on our faces
    xx
    Conney | teatymestories.blogspot.com

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    1. I've been using it a lot more lately and just can't get over how easy it is to use, yet looks effective at the same time! x

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  9. The colours of the neon palette look amazing for a fun party look, I would have loved to have seen you include some swatches to see how pigmented they are!

    Toni x
    www.clarkecouture.co.uk

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  10. I have never tried this brand and now I really want to. The contour kit looks great!
    http://ellenschapters.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. Wow, I have never seen or heard of the twist pod!! Such a unique product - very very cool, honey! I completely understand how you felt about all the bright shades of that neon palette. It's not easy to pull them off but they would work well for a Halloween look. The other palette is definitely more wearable and I am so glad you got many compliments :) You deserve them, beauty <3
    xox Nadia
    www.mielandmint.com

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    1. I used to use nail polish remover on cotton buds before this twist pot but it's just so handy to have! Oh I never thought about using it for Halloween actually! AH thanks Nad! xx

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  12. Neon palette looks very tempting! I probably would never use it as I have a bit different style, nevertheless I still would like to play with the colours. Thank you for connecting with me. Best Wishes, Iga http://www.igaberry.com

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    1. If you're into playing with bright shades then this quad is ideal! x

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  13. I need that neon palette in my life! I've been looking for one to experiment with some crazy eye makeup haha I need the twist pot as well I'm forever spilling nail varnish remover when trying to get it on cotton wool😂 Great post!

    Alice-Tilly | http://alice-tilly.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Ah this palette will be ideal for you then! Thank you! x

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