REVIEW on CLIO Kill Cover Stamping Foundation.
When I saw this Stamping Foundation for the first time,
I was like, “What in the world is Stamping Foundation..”
“Do I need to stamp the foundation?!”
Turns out, I really need to LOL
As I always have said,
CLIO base products are trustworthy.
So I’m excited to try this one out
and believe I’ll experience positive effects 🙂
It’s a set product.
Seems like it consists of other products, too.
By having this set product,
I could also get stamping puff,
which is one of the most important items when using stamping foundation.
To me, CLIO is the one with many tones of foundation.
That’s how I remember CLIO.
That makes me think of CLIO as an impressive brand 🙂
If you open the box,
you will see Stamping Foundation and Stamping Puff.
Simple and neat package!
But somehow seems like a exaggerated packaging… ^^
It’s a good gift, though.
Let’s take a look at sponge first.
Took it out.
It’s diagonally cut.
It allows delicate application
on small and remote areas.
Saw it from various points.
Optimal shape to stamp foundation.
As sponge itself is made of soft material,
it can softly fill pores without stimulus.
Let’s take a look at the foundation now.
Has shape cushion.
So I thought I had to open the cap like when I use cushion..
If you look at the side,
unlike other cushions,
this foundation has thick shape.
Need to rotate the cap to open.
What if it had a container that can be opened at once like a cushion..
It would be more convenient.
You will see inner puff if you open the cap.
It’s a soft sponge.
Inner seal beneath puff and cap.
If you remove the seal,
you will see Hand Net which
looks like Cell Cushion of T brand.
If you push down the foundation with Stamping Sponge!
Foundation comes out like this.
Soaks sponge like this.
Stamped on back of hand.
It delicately stamps skin with foundation.
Amazing it maintains the shape of Hand Net ^^
Had some on back of hand.
Spreads evenly and thinly. Impressive.
Applied with inner puff.
Both puff and sponge seem similar.
I couldn’t see big difference..
Looked at the tones.
Among CLIO base tones,
Linen fits my skin tone.
So I used Linen on face 🙂
Applied on face.
First, I used Stamping Sponge on one side.
Seems like it’s meticulously applying foundation on face.
However, as I don’t usually use sponge,
it was not that convenient.
If you often use sponge,
you will like it, though.
As inner puff doesn’t have any handle,
So I’m using my personal air puff.
Sometimes, I apply it with hands or brush.
CLIO described Stamp Sponge as some kind of big deal
and I tried it with excitement.
But it’s not my type.
So I cannot say it’s an it item.
But I can still admit that foundation spreads
more softly with stamping sponge.
Therefore, foundation spreads really thinly
and adheres well on skin.
It’s a very light foundation.
Gets little oily.
But I could conveniently use it
thanks to its light texture and excellent adherability.
Moreover, I could present natural skin tone with fine cover.
Seems like little bit of oily touch is enhancing moistness.
Not dry at all.
To see positive results,
it is suggested to use inequipped sponge or brush.
But as I’m not familiar with sponge,
I’ll just use my personal brush or air puff.
If you often use sponge,
I strongly recommend this Stamping Sponge 🙂