Product Review | Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint
Product Review | Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint in Shade 11 ($29.50, Sephora.com and FentyBeauty.com)
Product Details (from Sephora's website): A lightweight, buildable light-to-medium coverage skin tint that leaves skin looking blurred and smoothed – in flexible shades for all. This is a an easy-to-apply, flexible skin tint Rihanna wanted to create. It quickly and visibly evens out your complexion with a blurred effect. The HydraBlend complex and humidity-, sweat-, and transfer-resistant formula has a smooth texture that layers well with primer and skincare.
Ingredient Callouts: Free of parabens and phthalates. It is also vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.
Review: Fenty Beauty face base products have always worked for me starting from their first launch of the Pro Filt'r Foundation followed by the Hydrating Foundation. Their primers also work well for me (the original Pro Filt'r Instant Retouch Primer and I recently purchased the Hydrating Primer). So when I heard Rihanna was dropping a Skin Tint, it was an immediate add to cart and purchase day. I picked up the shade 11 after going by their shade range chart. If you wear the shades 280, 290 and 300 in their regular foundation line, 11 was the shade match.
The box packaging is similar to all Fenty Foundations. This comes in a plastic bottle with a squeeze tube dispenser. The bottle is very different from its regular foundation line. Not only is this made out of plastic, it also has different sides to it which makes it look interesting. Actually, it makes it easier to hold the bottle when dispensing the product since the various angles help with gripping the bottle properly. The consistency of the foundation is a medium one. It is not too thick but also not too thin. However, it does apply easily on the skin. It blends well with a sponge and/or a brush. It definitely provides more coverage with a brush; but it is a skin tint so if you use a sponge it will be easier to achieve that natural makeup look that evens out the skin tone.
This Skin Tint sinks into the skin really nicely. It blends well with other liquid (i.e. concealer) and powder products without lifting the foundation. It also held up nicely throughout the day. It did not break apart or slip and slide at any given time. I do have an application and wear test available on this Skin Tint on my Instagram Highlights under "Fenty Skin Tint" in case you are interested in a live try-on.
Now let's do some real talk here. Do you need this product ASAP? Look at your collection and see if you have something similar that you love. If you do, I say you can always wait to get it especially it is a part of their regular line. I always recommend getting something you are trying out for the first time on sale so the Sephora Spring VIB Sale is a good time to pick this up. If you are anything like me whose skin works well with Fenty formula and love a natural/light coverage makeup, I think you will enjoy this product. This also reminds me a lot like the Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder Foundation (mine was expired so I had to discard it which allowed me to purchase and try this one). The Morphe Hint Hint Skin Tint is also similar to this so if you have both, you can probably skip this. At least for the moment.
But of course, me personally, I LOVE this Skin Tint. It is a must-have in my light/natural makeup routine. I get a lot of use with products with this type of coverage so I do not hesitate to grab them when I can. Will you be picking this one up?
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