After seeing Sheer Cover advertised on TV for years I was delighted to be given the chance to give their Intro Kit* a go. I often think things advertised on TV or celebrity endorsed can be too good to be true. Often an airbrushed make-up look can be purely due to technique rather than ingredients and formula. I’m not the best at make-up so I’m ready to put both Sheer Cover and myself to the test.
Step Two – Brighten. Within the Conceal and Brighten Trio used in the first step is a cream highlighter. I tend to go for liquid highlighters so I was looking forward to trying something different. I used my fingertip to apply this under my brow bone, at the tops of my cheek bones, a little on my forehead, the centre of my nose and on my cupids bow; places that the sun would naturally hit. This really made me consider cream highlighters for the future. I didn’t have to apply much to get my desired effect either so I know this little pot would last a while.
Have you used Sheer Cover before? Were you as impressed as I was with the results? I’d love to see your finished looks on Twitter (@AmiRoseBlog)
Until next time,
I love watching the commercials on TV but never bought anything so far. It does look really good 🙂 x