I will always be here for concealer canceling out the need for foundation. The Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Conceal & Contour certainly does that! It comes in 18 shades and will definitely cover all of your imperfections without looking cakey!
|Face completed with Nars Easy Glowing Highlighter Palette (Shade I), Nars Almeria Blush, Mally Beauty Shadow Stick Brownstone, Nars Loaded Palette (shade Montaillou), Laura Mercier Velour Extreme Matte Lipstick Fresh, Clinique Pretty Easy Eyeliner Pen, Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara|
My skin type
Oily; dark acne scars on my cheeks along with some damaged pores.
What it’s supposed to do
From the brand: The concealer for everyone. 18 shades ranging from fair to deep, in cool, neutral and warm undertones. Lightweight yet full coverage concealer to cover blemishes, even skin tone and counteract dark circles, with a matte finish that won’t settle or accentuate fine lines and pores. Long wearing intense pigment that can also be used to contour and add definition. Our large doe foot applicator allows for smooth application that won’t drag on the delicate skin under your eyes.
C-14: for dark skin tones with a cool undertone
How I use it
I use the doe foot applicator to tap the concealer on places I need it the most and take a large, dense brush to blend it in. I sometimes use a setting powder to get an exact match, or just use banana powder to brighten and mattify. I don’t use this under my eyes because the shade isn’t suitable for that.
What I like about it
The coverage is bomb! I love the thick, cushiony texture, and you don’t need a lot to cover up the darkest of acne scars. It blends easy, lasts all day without separating, and doesn’t cause me to break out. The price is right at $7.00, too!
What could be better
The shades… I know there are 18 shades and I made this one work with some tweaking but it’s too cool on me upon application, leaving me with a grayish tinge. The next shade down, C-13 seemed way too light for me when I swatched it. While blending it out and powdering it down makes it match my skin tone, I’d love to be able to wear this without powder. On the bright side, at $7.00, I can buy shade 13 to mix with 14 to maybe get a perfect match. I considered buying a darker one to contour, but I don’t prefer this texture for contouring as it would be easy for me to overdo it, mess it up, or interfere with other products on my face while buffing it in.
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