Covergirl and Olay Simply Ageless Sculpting Blush ($11.99) is pretty amazing. It’s a cream blush with loads of deep, rich pigment. I bought the color #230, Lush Berry.
Once open, you’ll notice that Covergirl Simply Ageless blush is swirled with Olay Regenerist Serum. The white serum swirls are “infused with vitamins, skin conditioners, and anti-oxidants that actually help improve skin texture to give you an instantly healthy-looking, youthful glow”.
What I love about this Covergirl blush is the amount of product you get for the price and the staying power it has. You get 0.4oz per container, the Maybelline new Dream Bouncy blush contains only 0.19oz. Yes, it does cost a bit more but if you time it right, you can take advantage of a buy 1, get one 50% off sale.
Lush Berry is a really deep raspberry red color. You can apply it lightly to be a sheer pink shade or build it up to a deep berry color. It does leave a very slight glow on your cheeks which is quite nice.
You want to be careful not to use a heavy hand when applying it though. A tiny bit of this blush goes a very long way. To get a nice light, even coverage, I apply mine with a duo fiber brush.
Once on, mine stays nice and vivid even after 8 hours of wear. It actually reminds me of a combination of a blush and cheek stain. The swatch on my arm was still lightly there even after 24 hours and a shower!
I’m very much enjoying the Covergirl and Olay Simply Ageless cream blush. I’d like to buy more but unfortunately they only come in a total of 4 colors. If I had to say anything negative about this product, that would be it. There’s only one other color that I may try, Plush Peach.
Have you tried any of the Covergirl and Olay Simply Ageless products? I’m currently testing out the foundation too but I’m not quite sure how I feel about it yet.