Kryolan Dermacolor Creme Makeup Review, Photos and Swatches.
Kryolan Dermacolor can be purchased online here.
Happy Hump Day.
Today I wanted to talk to you all about one of my favorite concealers for serious coverage and it’s one that I haven’t mentioned on the site before or at least not in a long time and I had to change that today.
The product I’m talking about is Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Creme Makeup.
I recently picked up a few more for my palette and I thought I would share them with you.
So what is Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Creme?
Dermacolor Camouflage Creme is an especially highly pigmented make-up which is designed to correct and cover skin disfigurements, discolorations and tattoos.
Dermacolor Camouflage Creme is especially suitable for face and neck.
With proper use of the Dermacolor Camouflage System skin abnormalities can be easily corrected.
Once Dermacolor Camouflage Creme is fixed using Fixing Powder and Fixing Spray from Dermacolor it will be waterproof and protects the skin against damaging UV radiation.
Not all of us were born with flawless celebrity like skin.
Some of us (myself included) have skin issues we would prefer to cover up including things like hyperpigmentation, melasma, sunspots, tattoos, port wine stains, birth marks, etc.
And that’s exactly what you can do with kryolan dermacolor camouflauge makeup.
If you find a shade that matches your skin tone you can use it as a foundation I however prefer to use it as a concealer.
Just apply it over your skin concern and then apply your foundation over it like normal and viola flawless skin that everyone will think you were born with.
There’s also a setting powder and fixing spray that will make the dermacolor waterproof, which I only use occasionally on clients as I find it stays really well without it.
So for anyone looking for a product with some serious coverage then you need this in your life.
It really does work miracles.
Oh and by the way the palette refills are super cheap like $5.00 a piece so it’s a great way to test them out and find a shade that works best for you.
For covering most things like dark circles, melasma, sunspots, etc I prefer to use a orange/peachy shade like the last one shown above which is D2W I believe.
The other two are D406 and D61 in case you’re wondering.
Another great thing I love about these products is that even though they offer some major coverage they blend into the skin and disappear without looking heavy as you can see here.
Looks like skin right?
Hope some of you will find this helpful and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.