Rewind three years and Hareem posted about Veil Cover Cream on her beauty blog, IHeartMeXO. Hareem wrote: “I don’t have acne but I do have blemishes and it does make me feel very insecure at times. Using this has been pretty good. My skin looks clear! It makes you feel good and its just a boost of confidence. Any redness that I had or any uneven skintone was all gone. I love this product! If you have any sort of skin problems and find it hard to cover up then... Read More
Back in May 2014 Veil Cover Cream was featured on At The Beauty Desk, a blog by Sarah Hamersley. Sarah said “After the first light layer I already saw a massive difference. The redness had greatly reduced and my broken capillaries on my nose and cheeks had disappeared. I then did another light layer of the cream and powder combination and was amazed to see my skin looked normal again without looking like I’d caked on loads of product. The coverage and pigment is amazing. I only needed a finger... Read More
Back in November 2013 blogger Natalie of Discoveries Of Self featured the Original Veil Cover Cream Demonstration Kit on her blog. Natalie covered her tattoo and shared her thoughts on the cream. She said: “This kit is pretty amazing, it can used for a range of things not just to camouflage scars, this sort of kit can be used for stage make up as well as in an MUA’s kit (more for concealer then foundation) For the price you cannot go wrong, essentially your getting 20 full coverage concealers for £40. Bargain!”... Read More
Back in May 2013 Makeup Artist and Blogger Karla Powell featured Veil Cover Cream. In Karla’s post she shows just how easy it is to hide and conceal a tattoo using Veil Cover Cream. Karla also shares her thoughts on our products and chats about Skin Camouflage. Check out Karla’s full post.
Veil Cover Cream in Green has been featured in the “2 Awesome Redness Fighting Makeup Products” post by Raspberrykiss. Check out the full article to find out just how awesome Veil Cover Cream is.
Beauty blogger and vlogger Dyna has featured Veil Cover Cream once again, this time in her #100DAYSOFMAKEUP DAY 68 Blog Post. Check our Dyna’s full blog post here.
UK blogger Helen from Loves and Loathes recently chatted about Veil Cover Cream. She said: “I don’t have any birthmarks or tattoos to test the coverage out on (at least none that are on public show!), but I did use the Cover Cream to conceal a rather large bruise on my forearm, as well as to cover lighter blemishes and dark circles, and the results were great.” Check out Helen’s full post here.