CoverFX Brush Set Review & Giveaway!

Hi Bellas,

Who's ready for another giveaway?  I'm so fortunate that each month I can share some awesome products from CoverFX as one of their 2014 Brand Ambassadors.  This month it's all about their brushes and I'm giving 3 lucky winners a chance to win their own sets.  Check it out!

Let me first begin by giving you a break-down on all CoverFX brushes.
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  • They're constructed with DuPont Natrafil technology - a synthetic advanced fiber that feels and looks like natural hair, picks up and and releases prdoucts to better provide flawless, buildable foundation coverage
  • The Birchwood handles are chip resistant
  • They're vegan, cruelty free, and Peta-Approved
  • Each brush can be used with a CoverFX foundation, poweder or concealer

Onto the brushes!

Powder Brush
I love using this Powder Brush with the CoverFX Pressed Mineral Makeup.  It has a super dense brush head with rounded edges so that I can apply a full face of powder in 20 seconds and I'm done.  This is great for my limited get ready time in the mornings before work.  The density and fullness in the brush allows you to buff in for full coverage or you can apply in light strokes for less coverage such as setting your foundation with a translucent powder, blush or bronzer.

Concealer Brush
I'm a fan of big concealer brushes like this one.  It again let's you cut down on application time.  I use this brush to conceal and even apply highlight down the bridge of my nose.  It's got some nice density to it so again you can get good coverage and control.

Cream Foundation Brush
I've been wanting to try this brush out for a while.  I love the small, dense brush head to buff in cream foundation.  The rounded shape prevents streaking and you can really blend in makeup without pesky shedding of brush hairs - that's one of the benefits of having synthetic bristles.

Liquid Foundation Brush
I'm a huge fan of flat top foundation brushes.  You get maximum coverage application and less product wastage.  The good thing about this brush is that the head is small enough for you to focus on problem areas where you might need more coverage.

Here's a recent shot of me wearing a CoverFX Full Face.  
I love how it covers so well but still looks natural - that's how I think a good base should look.
  • I'm wearing the CoverFX Cream foundation in G60 applied with the Cream Foundation brush - this is generally where I want more coverage, on the cheeks and nose area.
  • On the edges of my face where I need less coverage, I buffed in CoverFX liquid foundation in G60 using the Liquid Foundation brush.  
  • Next, I applied the Concealer in Medium with the Concealer Brush - I use it to conceal discoloration under my eyes as well as to highlight the high planes of my face.
  • I set the foundation using the Pressed Mineral Makeup in G60 using the Powder Brush.
  • Lastly, I added CoverFX bronzer and Sunlight Illuminator using the Powder Brush.

Three lucky winners are going to win their own Exclusive Brush Set!  You'll be having a flawless face in no time.  Here's how to win:
  • Follow my blog - leave a comment on this post to win!
  • Follow me on instagram - like and leave a comment on the posted brush picture to win!
  • Follow me on twitter - leave a reply on one of my CoverFX brush contest tweets to win!
  • Open to U.S. and Canada residents

Good luck!

FTC Disclosure:  I am a brand ambassador for CoverFX and being compensated to write this post.  As always, these are my honest thoughts and opinions.