Banila Co Launches its New Covericious Power Fit Foundation and Cushion

Banila Co recently launched its new Covericious Power Fit Foundation and Cushion, for the very first Banila Beauty Lab held at Cafe 205. An event where we uncovered the Cover to Fit technology behind their newest products,  allowing us to dive into the skin science and understand it for the first time.

If, like me, you suffer from a lack of skill when applying makeup, or terrified to unknowingly commit a shade-matching offense for the nth time, don’t fret!

Covericious Power Fit Foundation has the latest derm-approved and hypoallergenic formulas  that won't irritate sensitive skin, to make the process foolproof.

And then there's the beauty lab experts in pink lab coat, who explained all the good reasons to keep these babies in your kikay kit.

Covericious Power Fit Foundation makes flawless smooth skin texture with its buildable coverage and powerful adherence. From what I found, using it didn’t make me feel like my face was slathered with makeup. Super fresh and natural looking. Like your skin, but better.

Plus, it lasts up to 36 hours (my typical “mom life” work day, tbh).  And the best part is that it's packed with micro-covericious particles and hydrolized collagen so the skin is well moisturized (not dry or cakey at all) even while wearing makeup. It's also super light, which is surprising since it has SPF45 PA++ (liquid foundation), SPF 38 PA++ (cushion) PA++ for sun protection.

There are 5 shades in the liquid foundation range, while the cushion foundation comes in 4 shades.

The shades for the foundation are:

19 Cream (fair shade)
21 Rose (pink-toned shade)
21 Vanilla (yellow-toned fair shade)
23 Peanut (yellow-toned deeper shade)
23 Cinnamon (deepest shade)

SRP: P1,795 for 30ml

How to Use:

1. Lightly shake the bottle before use.
2. After skincare, apply an adequate amount on entire face using clean fingers or a foundation brush.

With so much to consider, from shade to undertone to finish, I always have the hardest time finding the right shade to match my undertone. So if you are like me momsh, here's a TIP that I learned from the experts.

Try two different shades (one lighter and one darker than your natural skin tone) and then put a few drops of each on the back of your hand. Mix them together before swiping on your jawline to test. If it blends in seamlessly, apply it all over. If not, try a different shade. I know it's a lot of work but it's the trick to make sure you'll be getting an exact match to your skin tone.

I noticed that the shades turned darker after an hour. Yes momsh, a foundation can oxidize in color when it reacts to your skin. Sometimes, the oil changes the chemical formula of the foundation, making it look orange or even grey. So if your skin is extra acidic and more oily, get a lighter shade.

And here's another TIP! Check how the color changes after a few hours of wear before deciding on which shade is right for you. Btw, my shade is #23 Peanut, a perfect match for my skin tone and provides flawless coverage.

There are 4 shades in the cushion range.
  • 19 Cream
  •  21 Rose
  • 23 Peanut
  •  23 Cinnamon
SRP: P1,795 for 14g

Also, I learned the proper way of applying  the cushion. The trick is to simply dab and lightly roll it over your skin to blend and seal it all in. That's all you need to do in order to avoid  the tell-tale line of an amateur application.

Again, just dab and roll. Do not swipe! Dora might say to you, "Swiper no swiping!" LOL

So here's a recap. The Covericious Power Fit Foundation and Cushion is:
  • Long-wearing (up to 36 hrs)
  • buildable coverage
  • high adherence
  • infused with collagen
  • has SPF45
These are all good reasons to keep this newcomer in your kikay kit. The foundation, as well as the cushion itself, is really a solid product that does what it promises. Kaya naman… Try it na! You are seconds away from joining the new ranks of Banilaholics and super fans!

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