Covergirl Outlast Foundation

covergirl 3 in 1 foundation

 I dabble with drugstore foundations but I was satisfied some time ago that I’d found the one for me. Revlon Colorstay feels light but can give a decent coverage that lasts all day with moderate oil control. Revlon also do a great selection of colours so most people will be able to find a good match which is not easy to say for a non beauty hall brand. I had heard a lot about this Cover Girl Outlast so when I was in America earlier this year I had to pick one up to try, I wasn’t expecting to love it but as with most new things, I bought it to review for you guys. I tried it on my second day of the trip and I didn’t wear anything else for the rest of the time we were there.. or since. I haven’t even reached for my Colorstay once which is HUGE.

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Here I’m wearing Outlast on my left (your right)

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And here is the full face application.

As with the Colorstay this starts off light but is buildable but the main difference (and reason I prefer it) is that it’s slightly drier and absorbs oil a little better. There are 2 versions of the colourstay available for different skin types but neither does quite as good a job of keeping me oil free as this. I do still need to powder throughout the day but I find myself doing it less or at least later when wearing Outlast. Bearing in mind I’ve only had this for a couple of months I will be waiting til it’s seen me through a couple of seasons before committing myself to replacing my previously holy gail foundation (it’s done well in colder weather but it might totally fold in the heat) but so far I am totally in love with it and if you’re on the oilier side I would definitely recommend you give this a go.

Cover Girl isn’t available in the UK however Max Factor is our equivalent and essentially CG by another name (and a totally different price point, annoyingly) so the UK version of this would be Max Factor Face Finity – link – which is £11.99. Not cheap but comparable to Revlon so I can live with that.

Miss BB



  1. 15 March, 2014 / 11:46 am

    How comparable do you find it to the Max Factor foundation? Its so hard to find a decent drugstore foundation for my skin – its a nightmare!

  2. 15 March, 2014 / 10:43 pm

    Love this on you ; you have perfect skin
    I also wish they sold this in the uk, its such a shame.

  3. Megan Roisin
    15 March, 2014 / 10:55 pm

    I really want to try this, if I’m ever in America I’ll probably bulk buy
    Megan x | MeganRoisinn

  4. 16 March, 2014 / 2:18 am

    This has become my HG foundation. It is seriously amazing!

    xo Brianna | Glazed Over

  5. 16 March, 2014 / 9:22 am

    This sounds awesome, might have to see if I can find it on Ebay!

    My go-to foundation has been the Revlon ColorStay for almost a year now as it lasts longer on me than any other foundation I’ve tried and the Ivory shade I use really is Ivory and not orange or yellow, unlike some other foundations! Max Factor foundations are usually very good too and the MF Face Finity looks great as it’s a Primer, Foundation and Concealer all in one. xx

    The Miss Beauty Saver Blog

  6. 17 March, 2014 / 3:48 am

    The finish looks really good on you. Wish Malaysia sells CoverGirl. 🙁

  7. Redheadclare
    17 March, 2014 / 3:00 pm

    I’m always game for a new foundation, but tend to stick to my revlon colourstay too.
    Also, I’ve never really dabbled that much with max factor … thanks for the heads up…

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