Vichy Dermablend Fluid Corrective Foundation.

I love the Vichy Dermablend range, their corrective foundations are amazing. I own 2 already and have 3 more additions to the collection. You may remember I did a review on it last year where I talked about covering up pigmentation on my face. It was good to see two darker colours added to the range although I think there are some in between shades that could be addressed throughout. These have SPF 35, fragrance & paraben free, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and non-acnegenic. These are used to address light - medium flaws.
The three new additions to my Dermablend collection (there's 8 in the range) are Bronze, Coffee & Espresso. All three are warm in tone and very pigmented, a little goes a long way with these foundations. I would suggest using a damp blender sponge to get the most out of these so the application isn't heavy and cakey as these are as I said very pigmented so just using a foundation brush and applying it on might not be the best idea for some. Set with a loose powder for those with oilier skin to get more longevity but I've never had an issue with this foundation 'melting' away. I mentioned before I wanted to give Bronze a try as the two shades before it Nude & Sand were too light for overall coverage but bronze is a little too warm and might need to be mixed to bring down with nude to get an ideal tone.

To get the best coverage it's all about the skin prep.
‣You'll want to make sure the skin is hydrated and if you suffer from any dry patches a moisturising serum may work well, concentrating on those areas with extra care.
‣Apply a blob onto a make-up palette or onto the back of your hand - the hands are always a good choice as your body heat will warm up the product allowing for a smoother application.
‣Take a wet beauty blender / sponge and starting on the forehead begin to pat it on working outwards. Bring it onto your nose, cheeks then onto your chin, jawline and then neck all for an even coverage.
‣If you'd like you can go over with a foundation brush.
‣Want your coverage to be heavier, use the sponge dry.

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