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We already have a Soft Matte Foundation, a Hydrating Foundation, and a Powder Foundation from Fenty Beauty but Rihanna recently came out with a new addition, the Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Skin Tint. Not to mention that this product got raving reviews right before the launch by beauty influencers but also after the launch by customers like you and me. Since summer is right around the corner, I love adding more lightweight and light coverage foundations/tinted moisturizers to my routine and so this product sounded perfect. But do I like it?
It seems like I didn’t have much luck with face products in the past when it comes to Fenty Beauty. I’ve tried the Fenty Beauty Soft Matte Foundation before and didn’t have a really good experience. I then tried the Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Concealer and wasn’t in love either. However, the Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb, Cream Bronzer & Cream blushes are a big hit for me. Looks like it either goes wrong or I will love the product. This didn’t hold me back though because I love trying new products and so here we are.
Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Skin Tint
Shade matching through a screen is pretty tough but it seems like I get the hang of it because I went for shade number 3, light with warm neutral undertones, which seems like a good match to my skin tone. I was doubting between shade 2 and 3 though but went for 3 because I thought that if it would be a little too warm or dark I could still work with it if I (self)tanned.
The Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint contains 1.08 fl. oz/ 32 mL and retails for $29.50. There are 25 different shades available, which is less than the original Fenty Beauty foundation launch (which contained 40 shades) but it’s still a versatile range of shades. Moreover, Fenty Beauty is a cruelty-free brand.
The product described by Fenty Beauty:
The blur is real. Rihanna wanted to create a light coverage, easy-to-apply, flexible skin tint that instantly evens out your complexion and gives a flattering blurred effect. Eaze Drop, with hydrating QuickBlur complex, is perfect for a no-makeup makeup look, or for when you want to look effortlessly put together. In 25 adaptable shade options for all.Instant, blurring skin tint in 25 flexible shades.
- Instant, blurring skin tint in 25 flexible shades
- Buildable light to a medium long-wear coverage
- With QuickBlur Complex for a hydrating, diffused effect
- Smooth texture that layers well with primer and skincare
- Applies well with fingers or brush
- Humidity-, sweat-, and transfer-resistant formula
Fenty Skin Tint On The Face
The left picture shows me wearing the Fenty Skin Tint on only one side of my face to show you the difference in color and texture. In the right photo, I’m wearing the Fenty Skin Tint all over my face without any other product. In both photos, I’m only wearing the Fenty Skin Tint, nothing else.
In both photos above I’m wearing Fenty Skin Tint with makeup on top of it. It’s an all-finished look, with products I would normally use on top too. I’m testing out more new products in this look so I’m not spilling all the details but I’m wearing my favorite bronzer from Kosas, brow pencil from Kylie Cosmetics, highlighter from Becca, lip liner from Colourpop, and gloss on top is from Tower 28.
I’m not going to lie, I was skeptical about this product because of my previous Fenty Beauty foundation experiences. However, it took only one time of using Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop to fall in love with it. In the meantime, I’ve worn and tested it a couple of times more and my thoughts are still the same. I love this product!
The formula is lightweight and has a light coverage too which makes it look natural. As you can tell in the pictures, it covers some redness and blurs my texture but doesn’t look cakey or powdery at all. I personally think it doesn’t even look like I have a foundation on and it doesn’t feel like I’m wearing one either.
I have tested Eaze Drop with and without primer (in the pictures above, I didn’t use a primer) and I can’t see a difference in how it looks or wears. The product stayed on all day without moving or smudging. I can touch my face (I like to rest my head on my hand so this often makes the foundation go away) without ruining the foundation. I can even rub my face and nothing comes off so it’s totally transfer-proof.
I personally don’t like applying a foundation with my hands, I don’t like applying products with my fingers at all to be 100% honest lol. But for the sake of this review, I tried applying it with my fingers and with a brush, as I would normally apply foundation or tinted moisturizer, and both worked perfectly fine. Since I’m not objective when it comes to my preferences, #teambrushes, so I’m just going to say it works both lol. Anyway, I love that this product works with a brush because I feel like some products are looking streaky but this formula blends very easily and melts into the skin.
Last but not least, thanks to my surgery (and chronic pain for 1.5 years too) I have zero condition. This means that if I walk for 10 minutes I’m out of breath and sweating like a pig lol. In the case of this review, it was nice because I could test out if this product really has a sweat-, and transfer-resistant formula. I can report that it is indeed sweat-proof. I noticed that the product build up a tiny bit on my chin but after a dabbed with a beauty blender, it looked fine again. Other than that, I didn’t have any problems.
Overall, I was super surprised by this product and I really love how this Fenty Beauty foundation looks on my skin! I’m for sure using Eaze Drop all summer.
Have you ever tried a Fenty Beauty foundation? What are your thoughts on them? Let me know in the comments!