I am really enjoying Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Foundation, reviewed here, in the rotation when I need medium coverage and since using this foundation, I am really impressed with the Dermablend formulas for my skin tone and type. I was really excited to see Dermablend Leg and Body Makeup, something which I have not tried in the past – a cream foundation for the body. I have AllEven Spray-On foundation which was spray version as compared to this Dermablend leg and body makeup foundation I have been testing for a few weeks.
Dermablend Leg and Body Makeup is a buildable, transfer-resistant body makeup that can be used to cover a wide range of body and skin concerns, like as tattoo cover-up makeup or enhance body features for a flawless look. The formula is very pigmented and easily covers varicose veins, stretch marks, tattoos, scars, age spots, birthmarks and bruises.
Being highly pigmented, it is still lightweight, buildable and easily blends on the skin. The foundation does not dry the skin, keeps the skin hydrated and comfortable without smudging and transferring if applied and set as advised. Another nice thing I have experienced is that the formula does not look like a mask or cakey during the wear time but is very natural looking. This has become a go-to when I am wearing a dress or wearing short sleeves but I mostly use it on the legs as I have few scars and stretch marks on my legs, it just makes my legs look flawless and yet very natural. The staying power of it is really impressive, kept my legs as-is for a full day, I removed it in the evening after work. I have swatched shade 40W Medium Golden which is a bit more golden than my natural golden undertones for my skin on the body which is a little lighter than my face but I do make it work on the legs.
To apply it, a brush, a sponge, or even hands will work, I prefer a big sponge as in the picture. I have reviewed the Dermablend Loose Setting Powder here and it works pretty well to set this leg and body makeup. To apply,
step 1 apply: use long strokes to apply.
step 2build: for more coverage, allow makeup to dry before adding additional layers.
step 3 set: for 16 hours of wear, apply a generous amount of setting powder and leave on for 2-5 minutes; buff off.