Monday, 2 January 2017

Don't Let Anyone Dull Your Sparkle♥*

Covershoot Cosmetics* have really been hitting it off with their products and are constantly impressing me. If you can recall me raving about their products in a previous post (reboot your memory by finding that exact post here), then you'll know that I loved the products. When the PR offered to send me more products to try out and play around with, I jumped at the chance and couldn't resist the offer.




Baked eyeshadows; something I don't own many of but no idea why. I loved the diversity in colours that I was sent as every one of them are unique and vary from each other. With me being me, I was instantly drawn towards the gold shades - can we please talk about how gorgeous they are?! They aren't overly pigmented, but they still have a decent colour pay off. For their price (normally around the £3 mark), I reckon they are quite good.




I wasn't aware that Covershoot actually did blushes and bronzers, so I was intrigued to try them out. I liked the bronzer because it was light enough for my pale skin but wasn't too on the orange side, and the blushes were natural yet effective in a way. They aren't chalky thankfully, and aren't too pigmented, which I believe is a bonus as it saves you from using too much product. My favourite has got to be the bronzer, it gives some definition without being too dramatic.


I was perhaps most excited to try out the brushes, and I think that's mainly down to the fan brush - I finally own one! The eyeshadow brush* (which is a bit dirty, oops!) is pretty good at blending out the edges of any shadow, or for smudging shadow on the lower lash line. The fan brush* I like, as it applies just the right amount of highlight without looking "chunky" but doesn't quite give the "blinding look" I desire, however, up the layers you apply and voila! The foundation brush*, not exactly my favourite brush but this isn't down to this single brush itself, it's because I'm not a fan of foundation brushes in general. The angled blush brush* I like for contouring or bronzing as it fits perfectly into the hollows of your cheeks. It also blends it out really well and naturally. Finally, the kabuki brush*, which I particularly like to use for my all over pressed powder as I find it works best for that.

Again, not a let down from Covershoot Cosmetics. All of their products are affordable, so who can knock them back? I feel that you won't be let down regardless which products you try!

Have you tried any of these products? What are your favourite Covershoot Cosmetics products?

 *PR Samples

25 comments:

  1. CoverShoot looks like a terrific affordable brand. I hope that they'll decide to come to the US

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    1. Oh yes, such amazing products for the price! Oh I hope they do, you need to try them out for yourself! x

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  2. Those eyeshadows look incredible!

    https://arabellawright.blogspot.co.uk/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4TVAcQpE9tWfH-YrTmxvbw

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  3. Loved this post, I definitely want to try out these bronzers as they look amazing!
    Kate Xx
    http://www.luxekate.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Aw thank you! They're really subtle and not too obvious! x

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  4. The baked shadows look beeeeeeauuuutiful! Need to try them, thanks for sharing this brand I've not heard of them before:)

    www.kirstyjennifer.com

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    1. I highly suggest trying the brand, I think you'd be impressed x

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  5. Those eyeshadows look incredible!! I'll be definitely checking them out next time I'm in town :) x
    Holly ∣ Closingwinter

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  6. This is such an interesting post. I've never heard of CoverShoot before and I rarely use baked eyeshadows either. Thank you for sharing this brand with all of us! I'll have to check them out, as they seem super affordable as well, which is always a bonus!

    Jade x | www.simplyjadey.co.uk

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    1. Ah thanks aha! It was interesting trying baked eyeshadows for the first time! x

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  7. Wow these look really good! Would like to try some, love baked eyeshadows.
    Holly x | http://www.thechroniclesofholly.com/ | https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/chronicles-holly-13610625

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    1. They're so inexpensive so I definitely suggest trying them! x

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  8. Awesome Haul you've got there. I've not used this brand before but it looks like a great and affordable range! X

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    1. Ah thank you! Yeah they've got a massive range, dull of brilliant products! x

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  9. I have not tried this brand but I love the shimmer eye shades and those brushes!!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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  10. Those baked eyeshadows are sooooo pretty, hon! I would gladly give them all a go! For some reason I have never had anything from this brand. Must fix that :)
    Thanks for the review & your thoughts on each product, lovely.
    xox Nadia
    www.mielandmint.com

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    1. Aren't they just! Oh highly suggest looking into them! x

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  11. Covershoot looks to have some amazing products. Those shadows look gorgeous!

    Cassie
    http://www.southeastbymidwest.com

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  12. They look like such an inexpensive and helpful brand. Do you know if they're cruelty free? I love the look of their baked eyeshadows.

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  13. They look like such an inexpensive and helpful brand. Do you know if they're cruelty free? I love the look of their baked eyeshadows.

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