New In: Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint

It’s long overdue but I’ve finally tried and tested my first product from Fenty Beauty. When their new Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint was released on 26 March, I placed an order via Boots online. Ito arrived the next day and I was eager to see if I’d found my new spring/summer skin coverage.

What it is 
A blurring skin tint that delivers smooth, instantly blurred skin in only a few easy drops. It’s ideal for a no-makeup look and provides enough coverage so your skin still looks like skin.

 It’s available in 25 shades which is much more impressive than some skin tints and even foundations on the market. 

What it promises 
  • Buildable light to medium longwear coverage 
  • Contains HydraBlend Complex for a diffused and hydrated appearance 
  • Smooth texture that can layer with both skincare and primer 
  • Applies well with fingers
  • Is a humidity, sweat and transfer resistant formula 

I opted for shade 3 after taking the online shade finder test via the Fenty website. It’s really accurate, I’d recommend if you’re unsure of what shade to go for. Take the quiz here to find your shade 

Where to buy 
You can find it on Boots here and Harvey Nichols here for £25
When I ordered it from Boots I actually had 20% off, which for a new release was a great deal. 

My thoughts 
I’d been on the lookout for a skin product that was somewhere between a tinted moisturiser and a foundation. Something that would provide me with enough coverage day to day, but wouldn’t make my skin appear masked as it would with foundation.

A shake of the bottle and your fingers is all you need before application. I apply a small amount to the back of my hand and will only use fingertips to apply. It’s a liquid formula but isn’t overly runny. The warmth of your skin helps to blend the tint, whereas a brush I feel would leave streaks and absorb some of the product. 

If I’m having a great skin day, I can apply a few drops of this to my skin and be out the door. On the days where my skin feels a little lacking, I’ll build the coverage slightly. 

The older I’m getting (I’m in the 30s gang now) the less I reach for a heavy coverage skin base. A tint and a light coverage helps to cover any blemishes but not cling to any dry patches or lines. Less is definitely more these days. 

In terms of wearability, I notice later during the day my redness tends to show through around my chin and cheeks. But that’s to be expected with a lighter product and I’m forfeiting that heavy feeling on the skin. The tint feels light and airy, allowing skin to breathe. 

For me, this was the exact addition I needed for my S/S makeup bag. I wonder if Fenty will release a tint containing SPF? 

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