Back in July 2014 blogger Laura of Petit Moi Big World shared her thoughts on the Veil Cover Cream Demonstration Kit. In her post Laura said:
“The concealer is really thick and creamy and has a fantastic coverage and I’m quite sure that it’s going to be perfect for giving me that flawless coverage for my wedding day! I’m wondering whether some of the other shades could be used for other things, too, some of the darker shades for cream contour and maybe even as a cream blush when you consider the ‘rose’ shade but I’ve not played with those for that yet.”
Check out Laura’s full blog post here.
In December 2014, Irish Beauty and Lifestyle blogger Celine wrote about Veil Cover Cream on her site, Vintage Teapot. In her blog post she wrote:
“The consistency of these creams is a whole new level of thick, meaning they cover every imperfection you can find. A little goes a long way – i have used these so often and have not dented it!, and once they warm up on the brush, or on your finger they are really creamy and easy to blend They conceal blemishes perfectly, and with the lilac, the yellow and the medium shade it brightens under my eyes immensely! I find the shade medium is the perfect match for my fair skin, and comes up quite light once blended.”
Check out Celine’s full blog post here.
Back in April 2014, Veil Cover Cream was feature on Juyey.com, a makeup, beauty and lifestyle blog. In her post Juyey said:
“What I like about these Cover Creams, is even though they’re heavy coverage they don’t feel heavy on your skin – that’s one of my big issues with the likes of foundation, it feeling heavy and my skin not being able to breathe, I didn’t have any of those issues with this product. “
Check out Juyey’s full blog post here.
A little while back Veil Cover Cream was featured on Get The Gloss, a site dedicated to expert health and beauty. Veil was featured in an article about Scarring where it was mentioned as one of the makeup options available to help hide, conceal and cover scarring. Check out the full article here.
Back in August 2013, Veil Cover Cream was featured on Fashion, Style and Beauty blog, That’s Peachy, a site by North East blogger Tor. In her post Tor said:
” I applied the creams using my fingers and patted it into place, they’re really build able and easy to blend.”
Check out Tor’s full blog post here.
Back in October 2013, London based beauty blogger Lorna featured the Veil Cover Cream Demonstration Kit on her blog, Studs and Dreams. Lorna said:
“I think this is such a great product, and they have a brilliant shade range and have a sample pack that you can order prior to making the full purchase”
Check out Lorna’s full blog post here.
Back in April 2014, beauty blogger Alice, wrote all about the Veil Demonstration Board on her blog, Annie Writes Beauty. She said:
“The shade range is really great, from a very light Cream to the darker tones of Coffee and Toffee. I think this pack will be great for practicing contouring with as well.”
Check out Alice’s full post here.
In September 2013 Veil Cover Cream was featured on Sincerely Shug. Lea, known as Shug said in her post:
“Overall I found this lovely to use to cover up my tattoos. It is ever so creamy and isn’t messy to use, I particularly like how there isn’t a funny smell and love love love the veil finishing powder which I just have to buy now at full price!”
Check out Lea’s full post here.
Back in April 2014 Veil Cover Cream was featured on Shannon Darko. Shannon said:
“I really like this product and would recommend it to anyone who’s looking for some heavy-duty coverage. as it does really make a difference.”
Check out Shannon’s full post here.
Back in May 2013, Veil Cover Cream was featured on Beauty and The Boy, a blog written by Andrew James. In his post Andrew showed how Veil Cover Cream can be used to cover and conceal tattoos. In his post he said:
“The Veil Cover Cream’s are really pigmented that is one of the main reasons for use, its for people who have bad scarring, pigmentation or bad acne but this kit is used for Covering tattoo’s I found these were extremely pigmented and covered a tattoo quite easily with a few layers. I covered one of my mums tattoos as a test id never covered a tattoo before so i don’t think i did amazing but it does look covered, I think the key is colour correct first then cover it i used the green to cover the orange/red tones then went over it with a colour close to her skin tone”
Check out Andrews full post here.