Sacha Kamoflage Cover Cream First Impression

Just like that! We're back -- as you can tell from the title above, this is a First Impression on the Sacha Cosmetics Kamaflage Cover Cream. If you want to know how this foundation played out, keep reading!

Foundation Story

This was one of those "on a whim purchases" where I literally went in the store and asked for a full coverage foundation (thanks to hormonal breakouts) and this was recommended to me. Clearly I've been living under a rock as I didn't know Sacha made foundations. The Make-up artiste on the floor did a foundation match and in her mirror at the store it was the perfect match! She told me the colors were a bit off so this would be a trial and error. Happy with my purchase, I drove home and this was went ish got real! The foundation looked extremely yellow and did not match my skin! Eek!



This foundation is branded as "Maximum Coverage and fits like second skin" and it covers dark spots, blemishes, age spots, dark under eye circles, bruises, freckles acne, rosacea , vitiligo and tattoos. It does cover my skin problems which are freckles and dark spots and I can definitely say a little goes a long way. It is not heavy on the skin and it has that traditional "foundation smell". If you have oily and combination this may not be the best choice for you as it oxidizes and literally slides off your face! I did that new foundation trick where you apply foundation before and after foundation and it helped somewhat. This is not a long wear foundation as I find that it disappears after a few hours of wear. If you want long wear from this foundation, be sure to apply with a brush every few hours.

The picture below shows how the foundation looks with "flash" -- if you look closely, you can see the line of demarcation at my jaw-line and neck and how yellow it looks! I would describe this foundation as having a velvet finish as it does have that effect.


I would highly recommend that Sacha expand their shades to cater to all those in between skin tones and also add a bit of "red" undertones.
The formula needs to be changed so that it lasts longer since it's marketed as maximum coverage.
Sacha could also have a matte alternative for oily and combination skin tones
I would recommend to a friend with normal to dry skin and also advise them to have the foundation on hand for touch-ups

Final Rating

I give this foundation a 6/10

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