When someone asks me to name a foundation that completely gets my shade and undertone right, I instantly think of Cover Fx Power Play. I’m sharing all the deets about Cover Fx Power Play below and a couple looks of how this foundation sits on my skin. *This post contains affiliate links meaning I may make a small commission (at no cost to you!) if you choose to make a purchase with the links in this post. Thank you for your support to Glamour and Giggles!
COVER FX POWER PLAY
Cover FX Power Play is a liquid foundation that claims to be full coverage. Here is a full description from Sephora’s website:
What It Is: A vegan, long-wearing liquid foundation that provides color-true, full coverage, a sweat-proof, matte finish, and powerful pollution defense. This foundation is great for combination and oily skin.
– Alteromonas Ferment Filtrate: Helps defend against pollution and environmental stressors.
– Trio of Ultra-fine Powders: Invisibly control shine and weightlessly blur pores for an airbrushed effect.
Ingredient Callouts: Free of mineral oil, sulfates SLS and SLES, parabens, formaldehyde, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, retinyl palmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, triclocarban, and fragrance. This product is also vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free.
What Else You Need to Know: Power Play Foundation is best for normal to oily skin types. It provides a transfer-proof, matte finish; all-day shine control; and pigments that will not oxidize. Cover FX is vegan, cruelty-free, clean beauty.
AVAILABILITY AND PRICE
Cover FX Power Play is available on Cover FX’s website and retailers like Sephora and Ulta. This foundation retails for $44.
There are 40 shades available and Cover FX created a shade system to help you find your true match. PS: I use the shade G50.
To make shade matching simple, our shades are consistent across all formulas. Find your match in one Cover FX foundation and it’s your perfect match across all formulas.
Find your shade range (Light–Deep)
- Light: 0-20
- Medium: 25-40
- Medium Deep: 50-85
- Deep: 90-125
Find your undertone (Underlying skintone)
- P = Pink – A rosy, cooler hue to the skin
- N = Neutral – Equal parts of pink and golden to the skin
- G = Golden – A yellow, warmer hue to the skin*
* The G+ shades in the Golden range are even warmer and more olive than the G shades
Power Play has plastic packaging and foundation is dispersed through squeezing the bottle. I like this because it helps me use every bit of foundation.
Cover FX’s Power Play foundation isn’t super thick or insanely watery. It blends really well and has clean ingredients.
Although this foundation claims to be full coverage, it’s medium coverage on me and can be built to full if I add on an additional layer. I enjoy this foundation a ton because it feels lightweight on my skin, is long lasting, controls shine, and most importantly, matches my skin without having to do any adjustments like I’m used to doing with some of my other foundations (adding mixers, having to bronze or highlight more than usual, mix 2 shades, etc.)
Heck, I’m on my second bottle of Cover FX Power Play and have my third repurchased already. Power Play works really well on my skin and is a trustworthy foundation, one I’m confident in wearing at special events and day to day to work.
I pair this foundation with Cover FX’s Blurring Primer and it’s a match made in heaven to battle my huge pores and uneven skin.
Have you tried Cover FX Power Play? You can check it out here!