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Ready to “eaze” back into wearing makeup post-quarantine? Rihanna’s got you covered.
Widely celebrated for its game-changing 50 shades of foundation, the pop star’s Fenty Beauty brand launched its first-ever skin tint in late March, and it’s been making major waves online ever since.
Priced at $29.50, Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint is available in 25 flexible shades, and can be applied with fingers, a brush or a sponge. Unlike Fenty’s full-coverage Pro Filt’r foundation ($36), it offers buildable-light to-medium coverage, making it ideal for hot spring and summer weather — or simply touching up your appearance before a Zoom meeting.
Eaze Drop also includes the brand’s “QuickBlur Complex,” which the brand says “instantly evens out your complexion and give a flattering blurred effect.” And it’s billed as humidity-, sweat- and transfer-resistant — all assets in the age of face mask-wearing.
But how does it live up to those claims? To find out, two Page Six staffers put it to the test. Watch the video above for their full review, and learn more the product’s pros and cons below.
PROS: Both Page Six Style editor Elana and the Post’s managing producer Kayla found the shade-matching process fairly simple, and were surprised that despite Eaze Drop’s lightweight feel, it was easy to build up to a solidly medium level of coverage.
Kayla wore it to a party and loved how it looked in photos, while Elana was impressed that it really did seem to “blur” her under-eye circles and acne scarring for a weekend spent Instagramming outdoors. Both noted that it lasted all day long without fading.
CONS: Elana, whose skin is quite dry, made the early mistake of applying Eaze Drop on her freshly washed face as she would with a tinted moisturizer, and found it difficult to blend and build up. It’s definitely not a hydrating product, but priming with moisturizer solved that problem. Since its finish leans more matte, fans of a dewier look might also try adding a face mist post-application.
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