Sleek Vitality foundation is a lightweight everyday product that is enriched with nourishing ingredients like lotus flower, bamboo and water lily extracts. It’s considered to be oil free and gives a semi matte finish. The aim of the Vitality foundation is to leave skin looking flawless.
The foundation is a little bit more fluid then some foundations I’ve tried but it’s not overly watery. There are a fabulous selection of shades available in the collection with 24 shades to choose from. Considering this is a budget brand they have really thought about and considered their core market and targeted the product at them. It’s quite refreshing to see considering most high street brands only offer a few shades which are supposed to cater for all skin tones. As I’m very fair I used shade VF01. It’s a very good colour match and I didn’t look too dark or yellow. The foundation gives a light coverage that covers most of my blemishes such as my dark circles. I did find one or two drops wasn’t enough and had to apply probably another three of four drops of foundation for full coverage. The foundation applies beautifully and is really easy to blend. After applying there’s no caking or residue left on my skin. My skin looks really smooth and there is a flawless effect.
Whilst most of the foundation lasted till the evening, I found that on my t-Zone the foundation had turned quite wet and oily. All other areas of the foundation remained quite matte. Overall a good foundation with lots of ingredients that your skin will love whilst making you look good on the outside.
I give it 3/5
You can grab it now for £8.99
If you’ve got oily skin and you want a budget foundation that will help combat that you may went to check out my review of Sleek Lifeproof foundation
- Most of the foundation remains quite matte and lasts into the evening
- Good colour match for my skin
- Amazing range of shades available to cater for pretty much every skin tone
- The foundation formula is not oil proof on areas that are typically prone to a lot of oil i.e the t-zone