Flower Skincognito Stick Foundation Review and Swatches

Flower cosmetics introduced a foundations stick in their recent launch.  Foundation sticks are few and far between so  just couldn’t resist picking one up to give it a test drive!

There are only 8 shades in the range.  I am an NC 20 in Mac for reference and I went with the second shade, which was SF2.  It has yellow in it.  The sticker on the SF1 stick looked a little more pink so I didn’t think it would go with my skintone.  Unfortunately, like most drugstore items, there is no tester so you have to guess your shade.

The foundation comes in a tube that allows you to scroll the product up as you need it.

Flower claims that this foundation “glides on smoothly and blends easily for an instant uniform finish;  Translucent “second skin” coverage allows skin’s natural tone to show through”  They claim it has a “silky finish” that it has “Gotu Kola” which “stimulates collagen and hydrates” and that it is “Paraben free”.

So, what did I think about their claims?  The foundation does glide on smoothly and it blends very well.  I wouldn’t say that it is translucent, its more of a light to medium coverage, depending upon how much you build it.  It did not look caked on though, so I guess that is what they are saying when they claim it looks like “second skin”.  It evens out your skintone and does leave you with a silky finish.  It is not overly hydrating, but its definitely not drying.  The fact that it is paraben free is a plus.  As for the Gotu  Kola, I have no idea if that is going to stimulate collagen. I have not read any studies on it so I don’t feel qualified to advise you on the long term effects of it.
I know that the swatch looks scary, to say the least. It is very yellow and it doesn’t look like it would be a fit, but I can tell you that on my face it looked like a perfect match when blended out.  It has a creamy consistency and sheers out very well.  It has no smell.  The wear time is about 4 to 6 hours on my T-zone oily skin before the product starts to break down.  When the 4 to 5 hour point hits  I have to touch up with powder.  I assume that if you have dry skin you might get more wear time.
Flower products are only sold at Walmart.

This product was purchased for review by IDidMyFace.com. As always these are my own, honest opinions. This post contains an affiliate link, which will give us a commission when you click-through the link and make a purchase. This commission is used to help support the site.