Now, unless you’re one of those unbearably flawless women who just doesn’t appear to possess a single pore, let alone be struck down with a breakout every now and again, then trust me, you need the Vichy Dermablend Corrective Foundation in your life…
Chances are that, like me, you probably get the occasional spot or blemish. Most teenagers struggle with acne, and while this tends to massively clear up once you hit your 20s, it’s pretty common to still get the odd flare-up. But whatever your skin situation is, I promise I have a solution. If you’ve found that your concealers seem to do a fantastic job of highlighting and uplifting dark circles, but just can’t seem to do the trick when it comes to actually concealing, then it may be time to try something new.
While this Vichy Dermablend is actually intended as a foundation, I found it to be very very thick and heavy duty.Paint shoveling comes to mind! As a concealer though? I’m into it. The thick consistency means it’s absolutely ideal for popping on to a blemish or red mark (I tend to dot it on with my finger and then blend it out with my Real Techniques Setting Brush), and hiding that pesky little bugger for the rest of the day. I also prefer to apply this after my primer, leaving it to set for a couple of minutes before continuing with foundation. By following this routine, everything feels incredibly light and natural, and I don’t need to worry about it coming off throughout the day like many regular concealers do! Usually when products promise “16 hours high coverage”, I find it’s more like a quarter of that, but this really does last that long!
Finally, one more added extra is that it’s specifically designed for sensitive skin. Enriched with plant oil and Vichy Thermal Spa Water, hypoallergenic, and paraben-free, you don’t need to worry about this making the whole breakout situation even worse. This is absolutely one of my essential beauty products, and I definitely recommend anyone who needs some extra coverage to give it a go!
What do you guys think? Have you ever tried this Vichy foundation? And what are your recommendations for covering up a breakout?
Thanks for reading! Joanna xxxxx