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Fenty Beauty is one of those brands that keeps on winning! I haven’t tried anything from the brand that I don’t like. This month, the brand released yet another innovation, Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint and I have all the details for you here.
- Buildable light to medium coverage
- Easy to apply
- Formulated with QuickBlur Complex for a hydrating, diffused effect
- Natural and skin-like finish
- Smooth texture that layers well with primer and skincare
- Blurs skin
- Humidity-, sweat-, and transfer-resistant formula
- Available in 26 flexible shades (find your shade using Fenty Beauty’s Shade Finder HERE)
First off, the packaging is so cute! Eaze Drop is housed in a ‘gram-worthy beige colour and lightweight squeezeable bottle. The shape of the bottle is simplistic and unique, it’s a great one to throw in your handbag or to travel with (when we can).
This week, I was lucky enough to attend the zoom launch with Fenty Beauty’s Global Make-up Artist, Priscilla Ono and she shared many useful application tips. Eaze Drop was designed for all skin types, you can use specific Fenty Beauty primer for your skin type prior application. Priscilla also recommended using fingers to apply or a kabuki brush for more coverage although she doesn’t recommend using a sponge as it might soak up the tint.
I definitely have been enjoying using my fingers for application, easy and quick. The tint does a fab job to even out my skin redness and blemishes with just a few drops. I love the natural, soft matte skin-like finish with a soft focus effect. The tint dries down beautiful, if you have normal to dry skin you probably wouldn’t need to set it with powder.
As you can see in the swatch photo above, the tint has a thin and runny consistency. Personally, I don’t detect any fragrance in the formula, just a typical foundation smell. Out of the three shades I received, No. 4 matches me the best although it is slightly light for me. Using the Shade Finder, I am matched to shade 7 (I will definitely purchase). I have been setting it with Fenty Pro Filt’r Powder Foundation in shade 210 and it works out ok.
The tint wears really well over 6 hours on my combo skin, I can incorporate a primer and setting spray if I want longer wear time. I’m impressed how comfortable and ultra lightweight the tint feels on my skin. Literally, I actually forgot I had it on a few times while testing it out this week. For sure, it’s a gorgeous one to wear in the warmer months ahead or when you simply desire a no-makeup look.
Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint (£25/32ml) is available NOW at Boots and Harvey Nichols.
What do you think of this launch? Will you check it out?
Much love always,