Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint, Review
RiRi is at it again
While the rest of the World is procrastinating, Rihanna is over here dropping beauty bombs one by one. In this post we will be chatting about Fenty Beauty newest (and very much anticipated) family member - Eaze Drop.
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My Skin: dry, sensitive
Fenty Shade: 150 (light, neutral)
About the Product
Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint (29.50 USD; Made in Italy) - is described as a weightless blurring skin tint with a light-medium coverage. The product claims to be humidity-, sweat- and transfer-resistant.
Packaging: the skin tint comes in a light and petite dropper bottle made of mattified plastic. Although it looks small, the bottle contains an exact same amount of product as the brand's other two foundations (32 ml/ 1.08 oz). It does cost 6.5 USD less, making it the most affordable base product in the range.
Formula, Texture: Eaze Drop has a water-based, dimethicone-rich, liquid formula with a few hydrating ingredients (like Sodium Hyaluronate) highlighted towards the end of this product's ingredients list.
Vegan🍃 Cruelty-free🐇 Gluten-free🌾
Shades: 25 flexible shades split into three undertones (neutral, warm, cool) and five skin tone categories (light, light-medium, medium, medium-deep, deep). Fenty Beauty have a great color matching guide on Sephora for those of you, who already know their original Fenty shade. If you don't, I do recommend doing a bit of research beforehand to ensure you pick the best shade.
Although shade 2 is not identical to 150 (it is a hair lighter, but neutral undertone is perfect), it still matches me perfectly.
Scent: a very faint scent similar to Fenty Beauty original foundation; barely noticeable. Fragrance is not listed as an ingredient.
Application: now, the key selling point for me was the idea that I could [possibly] apply this product in seconds using my fingers. I don't know about you, but I am pretty low-maintenance on a day-to-day basis, having little to no time to finesse my makeup, which is why I was very curious to see if that claim was, in fact, true.
And yes, it is
Eaze Drop has this name for a reason - it is one of the user-friendliest base products I have tried in my reviewing years. Shake the bottle, pour a small amount of skin tint and apply it with your fingertips. Blends out with ease and plays well with both cream and powder formulas that you layer underneath and on top of it. You can build it up, but in my personal opinion it looks best when you use one, maximum two sheer layers.
On a few occasions this tint did accentuate some minor dry/flaky areas (like those around the nose and forehead). Nothing a proper exfoliation and prep can't fix, so I do not consider it a con. In my case it did not accentuate pores.