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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Juyey 29/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Juyey

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.

26/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Studs and Dreams

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.

Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Sincerely Shug 24/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream featured on Sincerely Shug

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.

Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Beauty and The Boy 22/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Beauty and The Boy

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.... Read More

Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Sophee.co.uk 21/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On Sophee.co.uk

      Back in February 2013, Veil Cover Cream was featured on Sophee.co.uk. In her post blogger Sophie said: “I think I still need to find the right mix of the creams to get my exact shade correct, but they apply very easily and blend very well. I have also used this to cover up the odd nasty patch of red on my face, and cluster of horrible spots I get every so often.” Check out Sophie’s full post here.

Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On She Might Be Loved 19/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: Veil Cover Cream Featured On She Might Be Loved

Back in November 2013 Veil Cover Cream was featured on She Might Be Loved, a blog by Georgina Grogan. In her post Georgina shows how Veil Cover Cream can be used to hide and conceal tattoos. Georgina said: “Veil Cover is a fantastic product that literally changes people’s lives as they can hide their insecurities and feel more confident. I definitely think if you’re a makeup artist that you need something like this in your kit as it’s incredible versatile. It also makes a seriously good concealer.” Check out Georgina’s... Read More

Blast From The Past: The Original Veil Demonstration Kit Featured On Suzy Hearts Beauty 18/05/2015
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Blast From The Past: The Original Veil Demonstration Kit Featured On Suzy Hearts Beauty

In April 2014 blogger Suzy Heart Beauty featured the Original Veil Cover Cream Demonstration Kit on her blog. Suzy said: “I thought with this being a high coverage product, it would look quite cakey but it’s really natural looking and feels really light on the skin. As you can see it covers blemishes and redness so well too. It even lightens up my dark circles quite well. I’m so impressed with this stuff, it’s a miracle worker!” Check out Suzy’s full post here.