I was very excited to be selected to review Covergirl makeup available at Kroger stores. What girl doesn’t need makeup? Plus, I love to shop at King Soopers (a Kroger store), but must admit I’d never thought to purchase makeup there. I usually go to Target or the mall for makeup.
The campaign is to show how much covergirl makeup you can get for $30 from King Soopers, so I thought I’d try to get an entire face – base to mascara – and see how much it cost.
Here’s what I purchased:
- Clean Oil Control makeup base (shown in picture)
- Aqua Smoothers Pressed Powder Compact
- Lash Blast Volume Mascara
- Instant Cheekbones Blush
- Outlast All-day Lipcolor
Everything, start to finish, that I need to put my warpaint on! Considering I’ve paid $60 for base alone, I was a little worried what the final damage would be, but it was only $33.62!
AND I received a $3 catalina with the purchase so,
Final out of pocket =$30.62.
No, I wasn’t able to buy eye shadow and stick within a $30 budget, but I rarely wear eye shadow, so it’s not really in my personal start to finish makeup necessities.
I really love the oil control base – it covers without feeling heavy and I am a big fan of the lash blast mascara ever since I was able to try it through a campaign on bzzagent. It makes my incredibly sparse eyelashes look fabulous!
Where do you usually buy your makeup? Have you ever considered buying it at the grocery store?
**Thank you to Kroger and CoverGirl for sponsoring this review. While CoverGirl provided me with a $30 gift card to purchase CoverGirl products at Kroger stores, the opinions I’ve expressed here are solely my own, represent my honest viewpoint, and not that of CoverGirl, Kroger, or Proctor & Gamble. I am making no claims about the products, just expressing my thoughtful opinion. Clever Girls Collective supports Blog With Integrity.