Everyone and their mum has been speaking about the Vichy Dermablend corrective fluid foundation. After being invited down to Vichy's press launch it is clear to see that Vichy Dermablend foundation is liked by many.
The Vichy Dermablend has a unique camouflage formula that enables you to conceal and correct blemishes and skin flaws. The formula allows you to create a natural long-lasting finish without it feeling heavy or oxodising instantly. Using the Vichy Dermablend for a little while now it has proven a very easy foundation to use that is effortless on the skin and easy to blend.  Although many are very fond of the foundation, it would be even more of a game changer if their was more of a range for PoC. The range has two darker shades available which is a little disappointing, as this is not diverse enough for everyone.

 Being matched to 65- Coffee by the makeup artist it was clear to see the foundation was not the perfect match however could be worked on if you have the time and effort for my NC50 skintone. The shade 65-Coffee has more of a neutral undertone which can make those who have a yellow undertone look dull.  The colour pay-off came off quite dull and was not the best fit. However to fix this issue, and try to work with the foundation- I mix the foundation with a lighter concealer than my complexion and the problem was temporarily resolved, even if this means going to extra effort. 
  Hopefully Vichy will surprise us with further shades added to the line at some point. If you suffer with oily or combination skin then this foundation does need a powder to keep the shine at bay.

The foundation is certainly wearable, doesn't oxidises or cause irritation to the skin, however does need a powder to remove shine, it is build-able  and can cover blemishes. There is just more of a need for an extended range to cater for all complexions. 

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