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One more new shade from Dermacol Make-up Cover - Extremely Dark

One more new shade from Dermacol Make-up Cover - Extremely Dark

Any colour defects of your skin may no longer be a nightmare! Dermacol Make-up Cover will cover anything you can think of! In addition, it evens minor inequalities of the face. Apply the Make-up Cover on a primer cream. You can also combine it with other Dermacol foundations.

DERMACOL MAKE-UP COVER NO. 231 WARM BROWN WITH ORANGE UNDERTONE is a brand new and the darkest shade of Dermacol Make-up Cover.

For the best result and perfect look of your skin throughout the day, we recommend using Dermacol Make-up Cover in combination with a primer Satin Make-up Base. Fix the makeup with the Invisible Fixing Powder. Your skin will look perfectly smooth and mattified.

April 20, 2019 by Martin Válek
Where to find an ideal foundation?

Where to find an ideal foundation?

For Snowflakes and Dark-skinned Types. Where to find an ideal foundation? Here with us and everything from Dermacol!

The right shade of a foundation? Whether you have light skin as a snowflake or you’re an extremely dark type, we have a rescue for you. We know where you can get a foundation.

Choosing a foundation that fits your skin's texture is one thing. The second, a bit harder, thing is to choose the ideal shade. This can be problematic if you have extremely light or darker skin. There is nothing worse than a colour change between the face and neck on the jaw, and when you see unnecessary deposits of product at first glance. Perfect foundation should look like your second skin. It should be invisible and make your skin simply more beautiful and spotless.

How to choose the perfect shade?

Have you gone through all the shops and online shops, and still haven’t found fitting shade anywhere? The biggest problem has lighter type, so we primarily focused on choosing the lightest shades.

When choosing the right shade, you should stand ideally in daylight and apply a foundation to your face and neck. The colour of the foundation should be rather similar to the colour of your neck. Describe the undertone of your skin - pink is for cold types (look for the word "ivory" on the label), yellow one is for warm types ("beige"). The problem with light foundations is that they are commonly available with pink undertones. So watch for both the intensity of the shade and its undertone.

If you already buy a bad shade, you can always lighten it with a moisturizing cream. If you have a dry skin, this trick will help you because the skin gets extra hydration. But you have to count on the fact that this reduces the covering power of a foundation. Or you can mix two different shades to create a new, amazingly fitting shade. And when everything fails, invest in a fixing powder that is applied with a flat brush. You can get it even in a neutral shade, which means that it is neither warm nor cold.

High coverage and long-lasting

An ideal foundation for problematic skin? Do you need the makeup to stay in place all day long?

The right choice is Dermacol's waterproof and extremely covering Make-up Cover, and also long-lasting foundation and corrector Caviar Long Stay from Dermacol.

If you are not sure about the Make-up Cover’s shade, we recommend you to visit this page, which may help you with the choosing -

Light and highlighting texture

Do you prefer lighter layers of makeup? Then go for lighter textures with light to medium coverage. Look for the word "brightening" in the product labels. Ideal are also BB creams, which, like brightening makeups, never create an unwanted mask effect, but helps the face to glow. Bb magic beauty cream 8in1 has same perfect performance as Selfie make-up also from Dermacol.


If you have problematic skin with acne or your skin gets very oily during the day, use mattifying foundations. It keeps unwanted shine under control for much longer than lighter-textured foundations. Matt control make-up is a perfect choice.

April 03, 2019 by Petra Lukasikova
Unbelievable Invisible Fixing Powder Banana

Unbelievable Invisible Fixing Powder Banana

Another news from Dermacol. Invisible fixing powder with banana scent.

The banana powder has a yellow color and doesn’t contain glitters. The yellow undertone is perfect to eliminate red skin tones and it’ll flawlessly fix the under eye area. You can use it as a brightening powder when applied under the eyes and on the T-zone. When brightening your face, apply the powder over a creamy makeup or concealer for better adhesion.

This light, transparent fixing powder with a powder puff was designed to give your skin a velvet like appearance. The powder has a magic banana shade and fixes all kinds of foundations to create an even and soft look and prevents your skin from becoming oily throughout the day.

It mattifies your skin while makes it glow at the same time! The powder is perfect for oily skin if you want to prevent it from shining, yet make it look fresh and glowing. It nicely covers skin redness and makes your skin look healthier. I would also recommend it for contouring as a brightening powder. Even though it is without glitters, it can nicely brighten the under eye area.

Benefits of this product:
Suitable as a contouring and brightening powder
Flawlessly mattifies the skin
It is translucent so it doesn’t change the color of your foundation
Ultra light texture
Each powder contains a powder-puff

I thing Dermacol makes better and more sophisticated products. One of them is definitely Invisible Fixing powder, which straightly became one of my favourite.

TIP: Apply your favourite foundation and corrector. Then apply the banana powder under your eyes, on your nose and chin. Use a wet makeup sponge or a small brush for even and precise application. Ideally, use the brush or a sponge only for the powder, so it’s not contaminated by other products. Let it bake for a while and then wipe out any extra powder with a fine brush.

The powder has a fine matte finish and therefore, you can also use it as a fixative powder to mattify the entire face.

March 22, 2019 by Petra Lukasikova