Sheer Cover Studio Deluxe Kit Spring Time Tutorial and Review

Sheer Cover is a mineral based cosmetic that has been designed to get amazing coverage without feeling too heavy.

Worn by ambassadors like Brooke Burke-Charvet the brand is so advanced it has the ability to hide complex blemishes like large strawberry birthmarks or scars. Coverage is maintained whilst still looking as natural as possible.

With no oils, fragrances or preservatives the range is very natural with 100% mineral content and is perfect if you have sensitive skin.

I was approached by a PR to try the new Sheer Cover Studio which for comes with 9 fabulous products. You get five of the products as the core kit (foundation, concealer trio, bronzing minerals, lengthening mascara, lash extending fibres) plus the primer and the nourishing moisturiser. There are also three free gifts including the sophisticate palette, foundation and concealer brush.

  • Perfect Shade Mineral Foundation (core)
  • Conceal and Brighten Trio (core)
  • Lengthening Mascara and Lash extending fibres (core)
  • Sun kissed bronzing minerals (core)
  • Sheer Cover studio makeup brushes (free gift)
  • Sheer Cover Nourishing moisturiser (extra)
  • Sheer Cover Base Perfector Primer (extra)
  • Sheer Cover Sophisticate Palette (free gift) 

Whilst I don’t have any major blemishes I do have quite a uneven skin tone due to dark circles. I tend to opt for High street brands normally so it will be interesting to see if this more expensive range gives me a different look.

With the set I will create a basic Springtime look. Watch on to see how the products performed and my final look.


You can get the 7 piece (plus free gifts) full size VIP kit at Sheer Cover for £89.97 (RRP £119.97). You don’t have to pay it all in one go and can pay in three installments of £29.99.

Do let me know what you thought of my look and whether you think you will try Sheer Cover Studio.

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