Cover FX Click Stick Information #JoinTheClick

There has been a lot of good news coming from Cover FX.  Not only did they just announce that all their products will be available at Canadian Sephoras (Canadians can finally test out the Cover FX Custom Cover Drops in-store), but they also have some new products coming our way.

Cover FX introduces the Click Stick.

Cover FX introduced the beauty world to customization and now that concept is
taken to the next level with Click Stick. With a simple Click, you can customize
your portable correcting, coverage and enhancing beauty touch up tool.

  1. PICK – Pick your Cover, Correct or Enhance Clicks. 
  2. CLICK – Click them into your double ended Click Stick. 
  3. GO – Go face the day!

Click Stick, $10, on counter March 3, 2016

The Click Stick is a dual ended sleeve that carries two of your favorite Cover FX Clicks. Perfect for any purse
or pocket, the Click Stick offers you a convenient way to create a custom on-the-go touch up tool. Switch
out Clicks as needed to keep your face perfect wherever you go. 

Directions: Load one Click at a time by removing its cap and pushing the open end into the Click Stick with
the base facing out until it locks in place. Repeat the process with another Click on the opposite end of the
Click Stick. Once loaded, pushing one Click in reveals the opposite Click. If only one click is loaded, push the
inside slider to reveal your Click.

Correct Click, $24, Size: 5.5 g, available in 6 shades, on counter March 3, 2016

Neutralize Every Discolouration with a Single Swipe.
Correct Clicks help even out your skin tone by canceling out different shades of discolouration. Each
problem-specific colour neutralizes the appearance of sallow skin, dark circles, or redness to create a
flawless complexion that looks natural.

Directions: Apply directly onto discolouration. Can be blended with fingertips, a Concealer Brush for small areas or the Cream
Foundation Brush for larger areas. Follow with foundation or concealer as normal.

Cover Click$24, Size: 5.5 g, available in 24 shades, on counter April 1, 2016

Conceal. Contour. Cover.
Cover Clicks feature a stick form of our Total Cover Cream Foundation, a 2-in-1 full coverage foundation and
concealer that gives an all-day radiant finish.

Directions: Apply directly on face and blend for all over coverage or use as a concealer for spot coverage.

Enhance Click, $24, Size: 4.8 g, available in 6 shades, on counter April 1, 2016

Glow your own way.
The ideal way to highlight your complexion, Enhance Clicks accentuate and define facial features. These
illuminating shades give a subtle radiance with a hint of colour.

Directions: Apply directly onto skin to create a natural highlight. For best results, use after foundation.

So basically, you have your Click Stick (the tube) which you use to hold 2 of the products, which makes it travel-friendly.  Then you have three types of products – a concealer/contour/foundation, a colour corrector, and a highlighter – basically everything you need to dress your face.  Pretty cool!

Cover FX products are available at, at leading North American retailers including Sephora, Sephora inside JCPenney, and Shoppers Drug Mart; in the
UK at Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser; and at and

Don’t forget to enter my MAC giveaway HERE – today’s the last day!  Thanks for reading, and until next time, toodles! – Shawna


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