Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Review, Photos, Swatches

Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation ($46.00 for 0.25 oz.) is a new stick foundation that’s supposed to have full coverage, be long-wearing (12-hours) and waterproof, and feel “weightless” like a powder. There are 26 shades available, so it has a solid range of shades to choose from (I think some of the more comprehensive ranges are closer to 35-45 shades deep), and one thing I liked was that the brand gave descriptions for each shade, not just shades, which is a good starting point in picking from new shades. The brand also has a handy chart that compares matches from their other base products to the new foundation (see it here).

I tried two shades–Warm Ivory and Nude–which are fairly close to my skin tone with Nude running a little darker. For reference, I used a combination of the two shades for the best color match, since I happened to have both, but I would likely lean toward Warm Ivory to pick one for my skin tone (light-medium, light yellow undertones). I loved the way this blended and sat on the skin initially, as it covered very well, evenly, was seamless as promised, but I had a lot of issues with wear–it looked like it was breaking down after five hours of wear. It would look a little separated, slightly patchy, and it never, ever set–it would transfer very easily with the press of my fingertip to my cheek (this was at any given moment while I wore it). The latter part is frustrating, because one may inadvertently rub their nose or scratch an inch, and the foundation will transfer and move at the merest touch.

The foundation has a very creamy, emollient consistency and delivers full coverage readily. I very much advise applying a lot less than you think and blending, buffing, and working it across the planes of the face before adding more. The creaminess of the stick is felt immediately, and it seems to get creamier as it sits on the warm skin, which makes easy to spread across the skin. It is undeniably a full-coverage foundation, but the blendability of the foundation does make it possible to get coverage as sheer as light-medium coverage. At full coverage, it is still a lighter-weight foundation, though not as undetectable as a BB Cream or Tinted Moisturizer (not surprising), but it didn’t feel heavy or uncomfortable; I didn’t feel like I was wearing a mask of product, and the finish was natural enough that it looked more like my skin than anything else. I also liked how it didn’t settle into creases or fine lines, even as it wore away, creasing/settling into lines was the least visible characteristic of wear to me.

I have normal-to-dry skin that leans mostly normal (if I get dry, it’s typically on my eyelids, tip of my nose, and apples of my cheeks) and used the same skincare regimen that I’ve been using for awhile with a variety of other foundations (so I don’t suspect it’s my skincare driving any longevity concerns with this foundation, because I haven’t had sudden issues with wear with my favorites!). The foundation sat well on my skin without emphasizing my skin’s natural texture, and it had a noticeable sheen but didn’t look oily. When I wore the foundation at full coverage, I could start to see it break down after four to five hours of wear (I tested it five times); the foundation separated and looked a little patchy, slightly oily and looked like something was sitting on my face rather than seamlessly blended on my face. When I wore the foundation at more medium coverage, the wear was better at six hours, but I still couldn’t get close to the 12-hours it is marketed as. I also tried using Hourglass’ Mineral Veil primer underneath, and here were my results: at full coverage, eight to nine hours; at medium coverage, ten to eleven hours.

As a note, I’ve read and seen a lot of complaints regarding the amount of product in the tube–0.25 oz.–and a lot of comparisons are made to liquid formulas (usually containing 1.0 fl. oz.), which are not quite the same, but it’ll depend on your formulation, how much you use, and so forth. It is a lot like a twist-up pencil eyeliner and one you sharpen; they have standard amounts and which you prefer will come down to use. That being said, Hourglass’ 0.25 oz. is noticeably lower than other similarly-priced brands: Shiseido The Makeup Stick is $38.50/0.38 oz. or $101.32/oz.; Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Stick is $43.00 for 0.44 oz. or $97.73/oz.; Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick is $46.00 for 0.31 oz. or $148.39/oz.; Tom Ford Traceless Stick Foundation is $82.00 for 0.50 oz. or $164.00/oz.; and Lancome’s Teint Idole Foundation Stick is $42.00 for 0.31 oz. or $135.48/oz. Hourglass, for comparison, comes in at $184.00/oz. — and that makes it even pricier than luxury-level Tom Ford.

Lastly, I primarily used Hourglass’ new Vanish Foundation Brush ($46.00), which I am quite fond of, and it certainly works exceptionally well with the new Vanish foundation. It’s a dense, lightly angled brush with a short handle that is very, very soft and smooth. I’ve had no issues cleaning it thoroughly (I use a mix of Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Soap and water), and it doesn’t take an extraordinarily long time to dry. The new brush worked well with other cream and liquid foundations to yield very smooth, even, and streak-free results. I also used the following brushes with the new Vanish Foundation and had good results: Real Techniques Expert Face, Tom Ford 02 Foundation Brush, Shiseido Foundation Brush, Kat Von D Lock-It Edge Foundation Brush, Marc Jacobs The Face I, II, and III Brushes, and IT Cosmetics Velvet Luxe LBD Foundation Brush #302; I also used it with a damp Beautyblender, which I liked but found to soak up product a bit too much for my personal liking.Brush Dimensions: 4.5 inches / 11.5 centimeters in total length; 28mm in width and depth, 26mm in height.

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Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Foundation — Warm Ivory (top), Nude (bottom)

Hourglass Nude Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
Hourglass Nude Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation

Hourglass Nude Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
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Hourglass Nude Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation
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Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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I have dry skin, but wanted to try this foundation as I read several positive reviews from others with dry skin. I was so disappointed when it broke down and emphasized my dry patches and pores in less than 1 hour. I also tried several different application methods and primers and still ended up with less than stellar results. Sadly, I will be returning this foundation to Sephora.

I am bummed to hear you had such dismal performance (one hour!!), but I am relieved to hear you had some issues with it lasting as well, because I could not find that many reviews that mentioned wear issues 🙁

Hmm if you need their Mineral Veil primer to make this foundation last through a work day that’s a pretty pricey combination… But I guess any wear-extending base could work?

Yes, I think you could use most other primers, too, with it. Since they recommended Mineral Veil, and I had it, I figured I’d give that a shot!

Very interesting how the more product is built up, the faster it wears away! I don’t think I’ve experienced that with a foundation.

Did you see any difference in the transferring issue when wearing powder over top?

It’s marginally better, but it breaks through setting powder a lot faster than most foundations. It definitely tamps down the shine and dewiness, and it minimizes some of the transfer, but translucent powder wasn’t enough. It’s possible that if you did a good layer of powder that it might help more.

Such a shame it doesn’t set, as the color match is pretty good, and so is the coverage, not that you have much to cover! But does it set with primer and powder?

Setting powder minimized some of the transfer, but within a few hours, the foundation seemed to eat the powder, if I had it closer to full coverage; if I wore it at medium coverage, it was better but not transfer-proof by any means. It did not set over just primer – still transferred.

Totally random, but I really appreciate the quality is the writing in your reviews. I’m not a grammar nazi, but I do often become irked by stupid, obvious errors– none of which I notice in your writing. So, thanks for that!

Wooooow. That’s expensive for the amount of product! The Lancome Teint Idole stick foundation runs at the same price point but has a full ounce of product, not just .25 oz! On the flip side, NYX and Maybelline’s foundation sticks are $9-10 for the amount of product. That’s almost more disappointing than the foundation’s performance!

The finish is exceptionally lovely in the beginning, so one might be swayed by that, despite the price! I would need it to wear longer/be less fussy during the day to justify it myself, unfortunately 🙁

I’ve heard good things about the NYX stick and that it holds up quite well. From what I have seen and read, I think I am inclined to try it before this one.

My skin is combo normal/oily, and I love this foundation, because it goes on really easily, gives me great coverage with very little product, the finish is beautiful, and it settles into not-so-fine lines less than about anything I’ve tried. It did not transfer, or break down, after more than twelve hours, on my skin, but I did use Hourglass’s Mineral Veil primer under it. (Bare skin -> Paula’s Choice BHA toner + a couple drops of vitamin C booster -> First Aid Beauty Daily Face Cream -> Paula’s Choice mineral sunscreen (Resist Super-Light Daily Wrinkle Defense) -> Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer (let that all set while I got dressed and did my hair) -> Vanish Foundation Stick in Shell applied with the brush designed to go with it, sprayed with a bit of Urban Decay Chill makeup setting spray -> set with Ambient Lighting Powder in Dim Light -> lasted all day and evening, looking perfect. I use the primer routinely, so I haven’t yet tested it without.

I’m happy it works so well for you, Fran! Thank you for sharing!

I haven’t tried Urban Decay Chill Makeup Setting Spray – I have All Nighter, but I did not use a setting spray with the foundation myself. I do not usually have issues with foundation breaking down within a few hours on my skin!

It’s really a shame that you and others have had problems with this foundation breaking down so quickly! I say that because I think the finish is so lovely. I’d be returning it if it broke down so quickly on my skin. I use the Chill makeup setting spray in winter, when my skin is more dehydrated/less oily, because it leaves more of a glowing finish. I just sprayed the brush with what was handy to try to keep the foundation from sticking to the brush too much, but I’m not sure I needed to do that, so little stuck to the brush.

I love the finish, too, Fran! It’s higher coverage than I’d need most of the time, but the finish is great for real life (it’s too dewy for photography – at least for my taste!). Enjoy yours 🙂

Thank you so much for another comprehensive foundation review. While I have been dying to try this formula, I’ve decided based on your feedback as well as others that this is not the right foundation for me. I think my skin would break it down faster than yours and while I think it looks nice with the LM setting powder (I’ve recently moved over to this product too and it’s even better than LaMer…and cheaper! Woot!!), I’m not sure I actually like the finish. I certainly do not like the transfer issue which does happen with many cream/stick foundations. I’ve gone and ordered the new MUFE water blend foundation which I think will work better for me and I know I can get a respectable match for my light olive skin. The one I am really excited for will be the Anastasia…
I think this foundation is nice enough but I definitely prefer the finish of the Tarte on you, which lends itself to a more natural looking canvas. You have really lovely skin which I actually think looks better without this foundation. That’s what I was marvelling at: lucky you.. I truly preferred the before pictures.. 😀

Oh, you like the Laura Mercier more than La Mer? I was actually thinking about trying La Mer after seeing you mention it a few times, haha!

It is definitely dewier than Tom Ford Stick Foundation, though Vanish is a lot more blendable – I feel like there’s no issue at all spreading it across the skin, whereas with Tom Ford and MUFE’s Stick Foundations, I feel they are a little more temperamental in finding a sweet spot for applying (at least for me).

Water Blend is such a different foundation from this one! Let me know if that works out for you. I can see it working well as a sheer, summer foundation since it is exceptionally lightweight.

LaMer slightly changes my foundation colour and does give a bit of white cast, LMercier (dammit same initials) does not. LaMer gives a bit more overall radiance. LMercier is more traditional matte, but with no hint of that talcy flat and lifeless look which many setting powders can bestow. I do like the Mercier slightly more and have been so pleased with the quality and performance.

Absolutely..Water blend is nothing like this.. hoping it will work as a good light to medium cover ‘natural’ foundation for summer. 🙂

Yes, I am excited as well about the new foundation stick from ABH. I have heard a lot of great things about it and the price point is reasonable @ $25. In addition, the color range is supposed to cover many skin tones/complexions.

Hi Tammy: 25 dollars is a great price point since I’m usually buying 2 shades. Apparently they are even offering a range of olive tones (faint). Fingers crossed, we both find a great match AND we love the finish and texture. That’s not asking too much, right?

Hmm, sounds like it’s only good if you use their foundation primer and the brush too. I really wanted to try this due to the color selection and endless glowing reviews. Now I’m thinking I’ll be leaning more towards MUFE water blend.

If you are looking for coverage, Water Blend is probably not ideal, and vice versa, if you don’t need full coverage, no need to go for Vanish as coverage is the name of its game, IMO. Like the two are so, so different due to the consistency and coverage level!

Even though people would possibly disagree with me, I don’t feel I need full coverage right out of the gate. I’d rather just have something to cover some redness, even the skin, and then conceal if needed. Unless I’m doing a glitzy event or photo shoot, I prefer to look fairly natural skin wise. I do have a lot to cover if i want to look “perfect” but that’s rarely the goal, looking better is the name of the game.

I like strong color on the lips or eyes, so I do really only need to worry about redness being brought out. My other big issue is skin texture but I’m not a huge primer person because most if not all break me out.

I find very full coverage makes me look so flat I have to put on so much blush, contour, and highlight I look fake fake fake! Fine for Instagram but not how I want to look every day. The most full coverage foundation I’ve used recently was Marc Jacobs! I looked like a white blob!

Yeah, I wouldn’t try Vanish then – it is high coverage and while you can get less coverage, it is better for someone who wants a lot of coverage. Water Blend is very sheer to light coverage so that sounds like a better fit.

I think Water blend is similar to MAC face and body in terms of coverage; a bit more than the typical tinted moisturizer. I think it is described as light cover buildable to medium. I’ve been drawn to it because it is supposed to look very natural and feel very lightweight and comfortable on the skin. I spend so much time outdoors, I figured Water blend was a better workhorse choice for me.

Erin, the UD Spectrum and Gwen Stefani palettes are still on sale at Sephora. Thought I would mention it, since you were trying to get them

I did notice them! I’m trying hard to resist! I keep looking at the things I need to buy for the house and the laptop I need to buy for work! I’ve been trying to be practical with makeup lately as I’m wearing very little currently. I keep telling myself, I need a new foundation and a replacement blush for one I’ve been scarping the dregs of, no eye shadow or lip things. I’ve been on the edge of buying about 10 lipsticks and those palettes for weeks. This is why I usually miss out on some LE stuff. I’m trying manage our meager budget by not buying things that will not see a ton of use.

Awww…..gotcha! That’s great you’re being so responsible–house, budget, and work priorities should always come first. Don’t worry, with brands issuing new products every day, there will always be time to buy makeup later. Great job resisting, you can do it!

Thank you so much for your in depth, comprehensive review, Christine. The price per ounce issue, as well as the wear issue, I find most troublesome as my face can break down even the best of foundations in a matter of several hours. I can’t even get Tarte RFOTS or Amazonian Clay to make it past 6 hours, so this stuff would probably run off my face in a messy oilslick mess in roughly 2-4 hours!
And I do consistently use primer and a setting/finishing powder, plus setting spray.

This heat destroys foundation, seriously. The only foundations I’ve used that didn’t break down on me have been MAC Pro Longwear and Revlon Colorstay. Both are too dry for me, though.

I think the initial finish is beautiful on you — though I can’t tell how it does with lines, because you have none! I’ve been very interested in this product, especially because I have yet to find a holy grail foundation (I mostly use Koh Gen Do, which has many nice qualities and never sets off my ultra-reactive skin, but isn’t really a direct color match for me.) I do like the variety of undertones that are available. But not sure now if this is worth a go, after reading a number of reviews disappointed in the performance. I’ll have to see if I can find a sample!

The finish is really lovely – if it wore longer, I would love it! A lot of people really like it, so might be worth checking out if you can get a sample, at least.

That is quite interesting. It seemed to suit her so well. Foundations can behave so differently from person to person it seems, even if you’d have the same type of skin.
I really liked your review, it was so thorough, well written and I found it entertaining. Job very well done, Christine.

The finish is lovely, but the fact that that it breaks down after 4-5 hours would make this foundation not suitable for many. You expect a medium to full coverage foundation to last for the working day at least.
Secondly, I think the application for me at least would be messy. Without my glasses on, I think I would end up applying too much and wasting a lot of product.
I think I will be sticking to the liquid foundation I already have and use my fingers to blend it out.

I wouldn’t even have guessed how little product you get in this, and it’s so unfortunate! At that kind of price point you would expect that there’s a bit more parity to something like Clinique or Make Up For Ever!

I could not wait for this foundation stick to come out (as it got so much hype) and was disappointed to see only two colors that even looked like they would match my dark skin tone (the last two). Unfortunately neither of them were a match: one was too red and the other too dark and I would likely have to buy both. Boooo. Interesting about the feel and coverage though. Hopefully, they will expand the range and fix the separation issue, especially for people with oily skin like me!

Oh no! That really sucks, Indya! It is an expensive formula to have to buy two shades in, and I’m not sure how practical it is to mix them if you actually need them mixed (I could see using two together easily, but mixing the colors is easier in a liquid, I think).

After trying the Lancome stick and being super disappointed (it applied like a dream, i found the perfect match for my skin but within 4-5 hours it was like I had NO makeup on my face!), I was hesitant to try this. The amount of product is disappointing but mostly if your dry skin couldn’t keep this on, I cannot imagine it working for my combo skin so I’m glad I read your review!

Yeah, I definitely don’t have serious issues with foundations wearing really short on me – like not everything lasts a solid day, but I felt like I struggled to keep it on, lol!

It’s really easy to apply and blend, but the wear is the challenging part for me – though others are having much better luck with wear!

I have got a sample of this foundation from Sephora and I really really like it. It looks pretty seamless on my skin and yesterday I went to an outdoor party and it was extremely humid and my makeup still looked great! I did set it with some setting powder though.

What setting powder did you use, Agata? I used setting powder as well, but it was still shorter-wearing for me.

This has been wildly edifying. My takeaway is that I’m really not a foundation person. So many years of skin that cannibalized anything cream….before PC. It seems that there are so many ‘fix its’ before this formula does what one wishes it to do. Think I’ll stick with the Paula long winded TM, that Fran conceptualizes as sunscreen. Guess it’s sunscreen for me, too, but usually I go no further w/ base products. Too afraid of recreating the shell, if you know what I mean. Worked too hard with those acids to banish it. Satisfied with adding color drops for extra coverage, or to ‘make’ foundation. You look great in LdeP, ROTS, and this. Prefer the look w/o the setting powder….livelier. But needing primer and setting powder….it becomes too cumbersome to think about. Have too many skin care prods to layer and alternate, that this would def overwhelm me. Your analytical skills, insight, and clarity continue to be unmatched.

I was excited to try this. I got Alabaster & the color was a good match since I’m tan right now. They finally made a good range for pale tones-not too yellow or pink. That said, the formula was disappointing. As soon as I applied it, made pores on my nose noticeable, sank into fine lies. It felt heavy & j got a bit itchy. I used mineral veil & ambient powder with it, since I really enjoy them & it helped a bit. The temperature that day was 114 degrees & it couldn’t withstand 90 minutes of errands, in air conditioning. Might do better in winter, but not impressed by it.

Well, at least I’m not the only one who struggled with wear, lol!

Sad that you didn’t have a good experience, though 🙁

I’m sot of relieved to read your less than glowing review for this new foundation. I’ve seen a few youtubers talk about it like it’s a miracle from heaven but these are uber pricey in Canada AND they want to you shell out for the brush as well and they want you to use their Primer (which I’ve always loved but CoverFX has pushed it off its former pedestal for me). I’ve also been carrying a serious Hourglass GRUDGE since the Xmas 2015 palette ripoff. So feeling I needn’t rush out and buy this is a good feeling.

It has such a pretty finish – was so enthused upon initial application (particularly because it was so easy to blend out), but then it got disappointing rather fast 🙁 It’ll definitely work with other synthetic brushes, IMO, so theirs is nice but not a must-have.

Thanks for this review Christine! These are gonna be a hard pass for me. You know what this reminds me of? Nars Velvet matte skin tint that came out this year. I have it and want to love it so bad, but it breaks down on me within a few hours unless I prime for it and set it as well. And it’s supposed to be a one-step foundation!!!! Not only that, it transfers wth the slightest touch as well. Have you tried it? I’d love to hear if others have had similar experiences with it as well.

Wow, your skin looks gorgeous in the before pictures! I like how this looks with a setting powder on it but it has a little too much of a sheen without it for my taste. Things that may look glowy on others just look bad on me! This does look really nice and creamy though. It’s good they have a lot of shade selections, although I often get confused with so many choices!

Totally hear ya, Jess! The finish is just on the right side of dewy for me in person but find it is too dewy for camera (for my taste).

I wear Mac Studio Sculpt foundation in NW30 (the one in the tube) I want to order from Sephora but don’t know what color to choose. Also I would like a lighter color as an under eye concealer! Need help Thanks

Thanks Christine for your quick reply. I did go into the Matrix and I couldn’t get a color match for the hourglass vanish foundation. I typed in Mac NW30 studio sculpt and I got many other foundation shades but not Hourglass. Can you help me find my match? Thanks, Marilyn

Have to try rhis foundation. Always trust your reviews. I have to say your skin is flawless without makeup. What do you do to keep your skin all the same tone?

It’s definitely not the same tone, haha! This is a heavier coverage foundation, so it just gives the illusion of that!

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