Cover FX Perfector Face Palette Review

Every time I try a Cover FX product, I’m almost always impressed with the quality. It wasn’t until just recently that I started paying more attention to the actual ingredients that they use and I had no idea they were such a healthy brand. I love a good multitasking product and this Perfector Face Palette is a huge favorite in my collection. With the exception of one little detail, everything about this palette is wonderful!
There are two different shade options, but the one I have is Light/Medium. It’s set in hard plastic packaging and has a huge mirror on the inside. The pans are a decent size and there is room for words underneath each powder. But instead of stating the shade names inside, they’re listed on the back of the palette and the inside states what they are such as “highlight” or “contour.” That doesn’t make a difference to the quality of the product, it’s just a little strange.
The shades shown from left to right in the swatch picture below are Starlight (highlighter), Silhouette (contour), Moonbeam (brightener), Stellar (finishing powder), Divine (highlighter) and Sublime (blush). Every powder is nicely pigmented and has a very smooth consistency.

The contour and blush are both completely matte. The brightener and two highlighter shades have a shimmer finish. The finishing powder, unfortunately, does have a few glitter specks throughout it. I’m not really sure what they were thinking putting glitter in a face powder, but it would’ve been much more useful if it were matte. As it is right now with the glitter specks, I don’t use it at all.
This is one of the few face palettes that (aside from the finishing powder) I get use out of every single shade. I shared a tutorial featuring this palette last year and that’s still a look that I do all the time. The contour and blush shades look so fresh and natural with my skin tone, and I love being able to switch between the three shimmer shades.

One of my favorite things about this palette is that it is completely talc free. Talc is a huge culprit in causing breakouts, so it’s really important that I don’t use it in any of my face products. This formula does include silica which makes it easier to blend, as well as smoothing the look of fine lines and pores to leave a soft filtered effect on the skin. If you’re looking for a good multipurpose palette that’s made with healthy ingredients, I can’t recommend this one enough!

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XO ♥ Christina ♥

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