Turn Your Moisturizer into Foundation: Cover FX Custom Cover Drops

15 Jun

Cover | FX Custom Cover Drops

Do you ever wish your foundation could be as smooth as your favorite moisturizer, or as firming as your favorite serum?

Cover FX has come up with a genius product called Custom Cover Drops that can turn any moisturizer, serum, oil, or primer that is water, oil, or silicone-based into foundation.

The drops feature a unique technology which leaves behind a pigment that transforms into a sheer tint or a total coverage foundation, depending on how many drops you add. To ensure the smoothest application, the pigments are also coated with lecithin, which is biochemically similar to the skin.

Choose from a wide range of shades (up to 24) ranging from fair to light skin with pink undertones to medium to deeply tanned skin with golden undertones.

Become a “makeup chemist” at home and transform your favorite product into various types of coverage based on the number of drops you add:

  • 1 Drop = Sheer Coverage
  • 2 Drops = Medium Coverage
  • 3 Drops = Full Coverage
  • 4 Drops = Total Coverage

TIP: If your concealer is on the heavy side but has good coverage (and you love it), add a few drops of Custom Cover Drops to soften it.

[Image via Cover FX]


One Response to “Turn Your Moisturizer into Foundation: Cover FX Custom Cover Drops”


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    […] If you’re looking for high-quality foundation in any format, I suggest checking out their line especially their latest: Cover FX Custom Cover Drops. […]


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