Despite being an avid fan of the Vichy Dermablend Fluid Corrective Foundation for many years, I haven't until now tried any of their other makeup products. I've been trying out the Dermablend Corrective Stick Foundation for awhile now, which offers all of the benefits of the liquid formula, just in a different form. This includes high coverage, all day wear, non-comedogenic ingredients, SPF30 and no fragrance. I have the shade Opal, which is the lightest in the range.
The Dermablend Corrective Stick Foundation has a thick, creamy consistency, but with that slightly tacky feeling that stick formulations often have. I've said before that the shade Opal is actually quite dark for very pale skin, but with the Fluid Foundation I can make it work with a good brush and thorough blending. However it's much harder with the Stick Foundation - when you compare both Opal shades side by side, the Stick Foundation actually has a much stronger orange tone to it. The consistency makes it more difficult to blend and as a result I find that the colour can sit more on top of my skin, making it more obvious, especially when just targeting blemishes. There's no doubt that the coverage capability remains and is still fantastic (it can even be used to cover tattoos), but unfortunately I just can't get this to work with my skintone. However if you have a medium skintone then do not dismiss this, because the product itself is great. If Vichy release a lighter shade in the future then I would definitely try it again.
Find it online for £15.00 here.
Have you tried the Vichy Dermablend Corrective Foundation Stick? Are you a fan of this sort of formula for concealer?
Beauty Bird xx