“Deline Moisturising Fluid Makeup: Your Skin’s Best Friend”

#ProductReview #FoundationReview #DelinéFoundation

This #foundation from a Slovene brand called Deliné may be one of the most surprising finds I’ve come across. Despite being around for years, it’s not readily available in drugstores, even here in Slovenia. Many of you may not have heard of it or the brand itself (which only produces this foundation and a nail polish remover). However, considering the price, this foundation is surprisingly nice, especially for those with dry skin.

Did you know that Deliné is a Slovenian brand? It is produced by Ilirija, a Slovenian company that also owns Subrina, Green Line, Lidero, Amai, and 48. Nearly all of their brands can be found on the online beauty store, Click2chic, except for Revlon, Moroccanoil, Ga.ma, and Color Wow. In my area, we didn’t have a Tuš Drogerija until recently, so I only learned about this foundation on a random forum, which was possibly Serbian or Bosnian. It’s a shame that you won’t find it in DM or Müller because it’s surprisingly good for its affordable price.

Formula: This #foundation feels more like a tinted moisturizer or a combination of face cream and foundation. When blending, it feels a bit weird at first, as if it’s not going to work because it moves around too much and doesn’t adhere to the skin properly. However, it quickly starts to work and melts into the skin flawlessly. The formula is more suitable for dry skin types, as it is very creamy and moisturizing, yet it doesn’t feel greasy or heavy. On my skin, it sets to a dry-to-the-touch finish even without the use of powder.

Texture: The texture is more similar to a moisturizer than a traditional liquid foundation. Initially, it doesn’t blend smoothly as it constantly moves around and doesn’t stay in place. However, after a while, it starts to work well and seamlessly fuses with the skin. This formula is best suited for those with dry skin because it is quite creamy and hydrating. Despite its richness, it doesn’t leave the skin feeling oily or weighed down. On my skin, it has a dry, matte finish, even without the use of powder.

Coverage and Finish: This foundation offers a light-medium amount of coverage. It’s not fully capable of covering under-eye redness or significant blemishes. However, it does provide a natural and smooth-looking finish. It reminds me of foundations like Bourjois Healthy Mix that appear seamless on the skin, without looking like you’re wearing foundation. The finish is satin-dewy, but on my dry skin, the dewyness doesn’t last long, particularly on my cheeks.

Shade Range: Unfortunately, the shade range is limited. There are only four shades available, with three of them being at a similar depth. This lack of variation means there is not much choice, and none of the shades are light enough for me. If you typically wear Revlon’s 200 and 300 shades, you may find a match for yourself. Otherwise, it may be challenging to find a suitable shade.

Scent: This foundation has a moderate to heavy cosmetic-floral fragrance. Personally, I enjoy the scent, but I understand that it may not appeal to everyone. Like most non-high-end cosmetics, the scent fades relatively quickly, at least in my opinion. The fragrance has a cosmetic and floral note, somewhat reminiscent of Nivea products.

Packaging: The foundation comes in a basic squeeze tube with a twist-off cap. It is packaged in a box, where the only indicator of the shade can be found. Since I have all four shades, I have placed stickers on them to differentiate between each one, preventing them from getting mixed up.

Price and Availability: Deliné foundation is available on Click2Chic, Tuš Drogerija, and Drogerija Ilirija for approximately €3.53. It may also be found in some drugstores in the West Balkan region.

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I know this is probably one of the most random foundations I’ve mentioned here – it’s from a Slovene brand, it has existed for many years and yet you’ll have a hard time finding it in a drugstore even here in Slovenia. Most of you probably never heard of it (or the brand. There’s only this foundation and a nail polish remover), but for the price, this is surprisingly nice, especially on dry skin.

A veste, da je znamka Deliné “naša”? Proizvaja jo Ilirija, slovensko podjetje, ki ima še Subrino, Green Line, Lidero, Amai, 48,… skratka vse znamke, ki so v spletni trgovini Click2chic z izjemo Revlona, Moroccanoil, Ga.ma in Color Wow. V moji okolici dolgo nismo imeli Tuš Drogerije, zato sem le slišala o tem pudru na nekem naključnem forumu, ki mislim, da je celo bil srbski ali bosanski. Zaman ga boste iskali v DM-u in Műllerju, kar je škoda, ker je za majhno ceno presenetljivo dober. 

 Formula: this feels more like a tinted moisturiser or like a someone mixed a face cream with a foundation. Blending this feels weird and for a while you have a feeling this is just not going to work because it’s moving too much and not really sticking on the skin properly, but then it just suddenly starts to work and melts into the skin. It’s a formula that feels more suited for dry skin because it’s very creamy and moisturising, however, it’s not greasy nor thick. On my skin this sets to a dry-to-the-touch feeling even without powder.  

Tekstura je bolj podobna vlažilni kremi kot klasičnemu tekočemu pudru oz. je kot bi nekdo zmešal vlažilno kremo s pudrom. Od začetka se ne zabrisuje lepo, ker se stalno premika in noče ostati na mestu, potem pa kar naenkrat začne delovati ok in se zlije s kožo. Formula je bolj primerna za suho kožo, ker je precej kremna in vlažilna, ampak ni mastna in tudi ne težka. Na moji koži je suh na dotik tudi brez pudra v prahu. 

Coverage and finish: It has light-medium amount of coverage. My under eye redness is visible as are my freckles. I haven’t had a spot to see how well it covers such strong redness. This looks like skin and nicely smooth. It reminds me of foundations such as Bourjois Healthy Mix and other similar formulas that don’t look like foundation on the skin. Finish is satin-dewy, but on my dry skin that dewyness doesn’t last, at least not on the cheeks.  

Prekrivnost je nekje med lahko in srednjo. Čez se še vedno vidi moja rdečica pod očmi, prav tako je vidna večina peg. Puder izgleda naravno in gladko na koži, spominja me na Bourjois Healthy Mix, ki je eden izmed najbolj naravnih pudrov na koži in izgleda, kot da ga ni. Zaključek je satenast do sijoč, ampak na moji suhi koži sčasoma postane skoraj mat. 

Shades: Shade range is not the best. There’s only four shades and three out of those are about the same depth, so not the best variation and none are light enough for me. If you wear Revlon’s 200 and 300 shades, you’ll find a match for you, otherwise you’re out of luck.

Izbira odtenkov je slaba. So samo štirje in še od teh so trije izjemno podobni, vsaj kar se tiče globine. Zame odtenka seveda ni, kar sicer ni presenečenje. Najbolj ustrezajo tistim, ki nosijo Revlonove odtenke, ki se začnejo z 200 in 300 (Capri) – ne vem s katerimi odtenki se primerjajo pri ostalih znamkah. 

Scent: It’s moderately to heavily fragranced with a cosmetic-floral scent.

Puder zelo diši, kar mene navdušuje, vem pa, da marsikomu to ni najbolj všeč. Kot vsa ne high-end kozmetika se hitro razdiši, vsaj meni se zdi tako. Vonj je kozmetično-cvetličen. Nekako v stilu Nivee.

Packaging: A basic squeeze tube. Foundation comes in an box.

Embalaža je preprosta tuba s pokrovčkom, ki se odvije. Puder je v škatli, kjer je pa žal tudi edino kjer je napisan odtenek. Ker imam vse štiri sem si dala gor nalepke, da se ne pomešajo.

Price and availability: It’s sold on Click2Chic, Tuš Drogerija and Drogerija Ilirija for about 3,53 €. I think they are in some drugstores in West Balkan. 

Na voljo je na Click2Chic, vTuš Drogeriji and Drogeriji Ilirija za okrog 3,53 €

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