Thursday, February 21, 2013

Covergirl Outlast Stay Fabulous 3 in 1 Foundation Demo/Review

Hi Bellas,

Today I've reviewing a drugstore foundation that's been receiving a lot of buzz in the blogging community.  The Covergirl Outlast Stay Fabulous 3 in 1 Foundation has definitely changed my mind on drugstore foundations.  Check out why in my demo and review!

Check out the video!

You can apply light coverage with a beauty blender or full coverage using your fingers or a flat top buffer brush.  I find one pump gives medium coverage and two pumps gives full coverage.



Pros
Great coverage
Nice pump and glass bottle
Good range of shades
Extends to the queen collection for even more shades
Affordable at about $9-$10 and available at Wal-Mart/Target or your local drug store
Lasts a long time
Doesn't require power to set, primer to prime, or concealer if you have pretty good skin
Contains SPF
Photographs well

Cons
Might be tough to match your shade
Oxidizes a bit, darkens after application
Dries to a matte finish which may be uncomfortable for dry skin (I moisturized well underneath and set with a hydrating spray and didn't have any issues though)
Many beige shades

Overall, I do recommend this foundation.  It performs really well and I can't believe it's drugstore.  I usually prefer a dewy finish foundation for my dry skin but i'll definitely use this when I want a more matte, high coverage glam look.

I purchased mine at Wal-Mart for $9.47 in the shade Golden Tan.

FTC Disclosure:  Post not sponsored.  Product purchased by me.

Atlanta Makeup Artist
Atlanta Photographer

3 comments:

KhaliaNicole Bentson said...

I could tell just by looking at the picture of your hand that it would probably not be good for dryer skin types! Sounds like a no-go for me!

MakeupByRenRen said...

@khalia i'm actually pretty dry and sensitive - it looks good on my skin, you just have to moisturize well underneath and i've had no issues

PianoGirl1985 said...

What shade did you get? I am about NC 20-25, do you think it'll be a little dark?
Thanks!