Hey guys! A little while ago I was sent this Covergirl Simply Ageless foundation from BzzAgent for review, so I thought I would review it for you here today! As always, though this product was sent to me for free to review, all opinions expressed here are entirely honest and my own. So keep reading if you want to see my thoughts on this foundation!
This foundation is geared towards mature and aging skin types, and claims to plump skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, firm skin, and even out skintone. As you can see from the product, the pigmented foundation is swirled with a moisturizing cream that mixes together when you pump it out.
And yes, this product comes with a pump, so there is no awkward pouring way too much product onto your hand before applying! Yay!
When you first pump it out, this product is surprisingly thick—almost mousse-like—but as soon as you start to blend it into the skin it spreads easily and blends beautifully into the skin. There is a slight scent to this product, kinda fresh and fruity, with almost a faint sunscreen scent, though this product isn't supposed to have any spf. I don't think this scent will be a problem for most people, though. I don't find it sticks around long, and simply makes applying the product rather pleasant, in my experience!
To be completely honest, this would not have been my first choice of all of Covergirl's foundations to review, but when I got around to choosing the type and shade I wanted, this was the only formula that still had a shade available that would be light enough to suit my skin (this is the lightest shade in the range)! And it suits me perfectly, if anything being a little paler than my current skin tone, which means it will likely match even better this winter. The tone is great, too: it's not too pink or yellow, which is great, because a more neutral shade is more likely to work for more types of skin!
I wouldn't say this foundation is matte or dewy, but it sits very naturally on the skin, somewhere in between. Maybe its satin-y? Not sure how best to describe the texture. On my oilier summer skin, this never seems to entirely absorb or set, so I like to set it with a powder for a long-lasting finish, but with the moisturizers in the product, I don't think that's unreasonable. It would probably be even more comfortable and long lasting on drier skin types because of that.
Overall, I do quite like this product, which surprised me, as I am not usually a fan of many CoverGirl products! It lasts nicely on my skin, feels good, has a pretty nice medium coverage, and is so easy to blend into the skin. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested, but even more so to people with dry skin, or more mature/aging skin, since that's really who it is designed for!
Thanks to BzzAgent for sending me this product! You can find out which Covergirl foundation might be right for you by doing their quiz!
Have you tried this—or any other—Covergirl foundations? How did you like it? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for watching!