Dermablend • Cover Creme (new formula) • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||61%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I was so disappointed in this product! It's a shame because the coverage is amazing , perfectly flawless. The bad part is that It gets blotchy and oily fast! It never really sets in . Transfers on all my clothes. I would never buy this again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
Uneven blotchy coverage, never seems to set or dry down. It just lays there greasy on the surface and settles in my fine lines.
Warm Ivory, good match.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
You get a lot of product with this but it's like $37. So it's on the expensive side but you do get what you paid for. It's an amazing concealer. It hides every imperfection but it didn't look cakey. And a little goes a long way too. It is also very creamy and easy to blend.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I like the old formula. The new one gets oily/ugly and difficult to apply and take more new formula. I would not buy this product anymore.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Having recently had a revision/lower facelift, within days after the procedure, I went to Macy's for Dermablend. At first, I wasn't sure it was right. However, after I figured out that primer is a must with what I understand is a new formula for Dermablend Professional Cover Creme, I am happier with it than with any other products I have tried for coverage of healing scars and discoloration. The sales rep at Macy's chose a perfect shade for me (Chroma 1 2/3 or Sand Beige). I use DHC Velvet Skin Coat, and that has made all the difference. I believe most primers would do the trick, but I happened to have had DHC VSC in my make-up drawer. Now I am more than pleased, and totally confident when I go out that no one is staring at my "recent work." This is not just for in front and back of my ears, but for my entire face, and I'm sure I will use it as my HG foundation for the rest of my life. Since becoming a convinced and happy user of Dermablend, I have ditched all my other foundations, creme, liquid, powder, whatever. I'm not using a brush to apply this creme, but just my fingertips, so I don't feel I have to be a Rembrandt of a make-up artist to achieve a really good result. Good luck with all your purchases, fellow Makeup Alley lovers!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
Boy, I really hate this product. It was very drying and did nothing to cover my blemishes. It is really hard to get out of the container and gets worse over time. What a waste of money!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Medium Brown Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I use this as a concealer under my Smashbox studio skin 15 hour foundation and I LOVE IT. I have dark marks from old acne and this covers perfectly and it doesn't cause breakouts. I also use it as an undereye concealer although it does set into creases, so after applying with my concealer brush, I just give it a quick wipe with my finger. Anyway, it's worth the money, and its part of my daily routine . Great for any and all dark marks and discolorations
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
For a very oily face like mine, the bomb-dot-com. No kidding.
For what it is, I can't imagine another way to package this product than the pot it's in.
I use a clean finger, rub in the foundation pot which softens the product for application. Swipe on lower half and outer portion of face, then blend (patting motion) with sponge. A Dream. Even as I tend to appy too much foundation because of the soft buttery feel, I find it hard to overdo as the sponge blends out so well. Never had a cakey day. Honest:)
I use the next lighter shade undereye and 'mask' area.
Set with MAC skin finish natural. My powder brush is always spayed with Ben Nye Final Seal and this combo makes the whole shebang stay in place all day with no transfer, nearly oil-free. I do dust with pressed powder once after about 6 hrs - which is amazing for my oily skin.
I've been on this routine about a month and the compliments have been flowing. Unfortunately I'm not a person to bask in compliments so its not been so great but I must share the most amusing compliment I've heard:
After a long hot summer of fighting with even my HG turning cakey...
In a department round table meeting at work, a male two seats away from me gets up from his chair (while our manager is speaking), he walks past the 2 guys between us, bends down and whispers in my ear, "don't think you don't have to do any work just because you're all made up right today."
:o I didn't know what to do with the sip of coffee in my mouth before I started cracking up. ROFL
If you can find the right shade, this is worth the $
*my primer is monistat antichafing gel, applied and allowed to set before foundation.
*The sponge is from a bag of dollar store cheapie triangles. I use one for a few applications then toss.
*I did find myself with a huge, dry, nasty, crinkly, cakey mess when I set this foundation with a loose translucent powder as recommended. Dried me out with wrinkles and creases everywhere. Try your favorite setting powder before you give up on this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I've heard mix reviews on dermablend cover cream. Yet, I still decided to purchase. It's dermatologist tested for my skin type with SPF 30. I have post hyperpigmentation from acne. The product is a cream base full coverage foundation for people with Vitiligo, Birthmarks, Rosacea, Pigmentation disorders, acne scars or operation scars. I knew it would have strong staying and coverage power but, my concern was the mask or cakey look. I was afraid it would be difficult to apply or blend. I followed the direction on the packaging. I used the spatula and took a small amount, placed it on the back of my hand and blend to warm the product, it became creamer. I applied it to my skin with my finger and all I can say is "wow"! It applied on very very easily. It did not streak like liquid foundation, it applied smoothly The texture was creamy and slid on easily on the skin. I did not properly prep my skin with moisturizer or primer since it was a late night application (to test). It was not cakey and covered well. This is the first time I've used this foundation, and I have no difficulty with the application. I only rated this product a "4" due to a stubborn brown pigmentation under my eyes. It did not conceal too well. Yet, no foundation/concealer have. It did cover well on every other area. Since it's the first time, I may need to explore or even try Dermablend concealer stick on the hyperpigmentation since this product is a foundation and not concealer. A product worth trying. The price is worth it since it's 1 oz and it will go a long way compared to a 1 oz liquid foundation. I'm looking forward to trying the concealer and setting powder as well. My new holy grail foundation!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I was one of the lucky ones who managed to find a good match as far as colour with this product (Chroma 0), and I was drawn in by reviews I found on youtube. I have plenty of things to cover (redness, p&p's and broken capillaries from my rosacea as well as REALLY dark circles), and I am continuously disappointed by foundations, so seeing these miraculous looking tutorials, I was hopeful.
Honestly, when people say this product has a learning curve, they MEAN it. I have been using it for an entire month and I still can't get it to look right. I have tried mimicking videos on youtube with this stuff, I have tried primers, different powders, sponges, fingers, brushes, EVERYTHING, and this just will not look good for me. I blend for a ridiculously long time, and it refuses to blend into my skin (even though it's a very close pigment to my natural skin colour), it just sits on top, looking uneven. After setting it with powder, it still manages to fade within about 4-5 hours. Blargh.