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Dermablend Flawless Creator Drops Review - Alexa Likes

Dermablend Flawless Creator Drops Review

This is a Dermablend Flawless Creator Drops Foundation wear test for shade 30n. I’m a huge fan of their Smooth Liquid Camo Foundation, so naturally I’m curious to see how their lightweight Flawless Creator foundation performs.

Along with the wear test, I’m also including a review, photos with and without flash, showing you how the foundation wears with and without primer.

Flawless Creator Drops (30n)

Lightweigth, full coverage! Dermablend Flawless Creator Drops are formulated with high performance pigments in a water-free and oil-free formula that feels weightless on the skin. Doesn’t that sound magical?

This foundation is best for normal, combination and oily skin. These drops claim to cover ance, scars, redness, rosacea, hyperpigmentation and more.

Formulated without parabens, fragrance, phthalates, triclosans, sodium lauryl saulfates. This is a vegan friendly formula.

before any application
after on the left, before on the right

For the purpose of this wear test and review, I primed one side of my face with Pixi Flawless Beauty Primer and finished off the application with a bit of MAKE UP FOR EVER Ultra HD Microfinishing Pressed Powder.

In addition to the foundation, I used the L’Oréal Infallible More Than Concealer in 327 Cashmere which I compared with the CoverGirl version you can check out here.

Is the Dermablend Flawless Creator Drops worth it?

Umm, I have a confession to make. I have had the Flawless Creator Drops for 2-3 years and I cannot be sure if it performed the same when it was new. This is why in recent years, I have started to do project pan and a no buy in 2020. Foundations, liquid and cream products especially, have a limited shelf life!

The product looked cakey after initial application, however, I did use a few more drops than suggested. This is because it did not offer up full caverage with 2-4 drops. Again, this may be a issue of the formula solidifying over time.

I noticed a lot of oil build up. Though the foundation is meant for normal, combination and oily skin, there are no claims about reducing oil.

I was not impressed with the overall performance. If you have this in your collection, consider this post as a reminder to use it while it’s still un-expired.

Have you tried any drop foundations? If so, what is your shade and skin type – how did it fare on you!?

(This foundation was provided for review. My thoughts remain honest. This post contains affiliate links.)

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