Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Review

So i think it’s safe to say that the Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define, has took the beauty world by storm.

I ran as fast as my little legs could take me, and managed to pick up three from the range.

Make Up Revolution Conceal & Define Review

Described as:

“A lightweight yet full coverage concealer that covers blemishes, evens skin tone and counteract dark circles, with a matte finish that doesn’t settle or accentuate fine lines and pores.”

The shades range from C1 to C18.

It costs an affordable £4 and there is an impressive 18 shades (increasing to 25), and a varied amount of undertones included.

As per the name they can be used to conceal or contour, dependant on the shade.

Make Up Revolution Conceal & Define Review

I picked up three concealers. I wanted one shade for my under eye area, and one shade to conceal redness around my chin and nose.

I initially thought C3 would be perfect for my under eye area, C4 for redness and C5 for when i wear fake tan.

But this was not the case, C3 is far to light. It looked white under my eye area, so i switched to C4.

My opinion completely changed when i had the right shade, so I feel i really need to point out, pick your shade wisely – and in-store if possible.

Shade description:

  • C3 – For fair skin tones with pink undertones
  • C4 – For light skin tones with neutral undertone
  • C5 – For light skin tones with pink undertone

Make Up Revolution Conceal & Define Review

My thoughts…

I really like the packaging, it feels high-end and sturdy.

The applicator is a large doe foot applicator, and it feels soft and smooth on the skin.

The product itself is very pigmented and creamy. I find it incredibly easy to blend.

(A beauty blender is my favourite tool of choice.)

I find i usually need two coats to cover my dark circles. I swipe once under the eye area and blend, and then I wait 30 seconds and then swipe again and blend.

(I use C5 over my foundation to cover any redness and scars, i apply exactly the same way as stated above).

I then set with a little finishing powder. (Not much is needed, as it’s a matte finish, and sets quickly).

Once set it doesn’t appear cakey, it doesn’t oxidise, or feel heavy around the eye area.

Even though it’s a matte finish, it doesn’t appear flat.

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Review

It doesn’t crease or move about during the day. I really love how it appears on my skin, it’s flawless.

I can build it up or sheer it out, dependant on my skin concerns.

One swipe on a good day. Two, or twenty two on a bad day!

Priced at £4 i am blown away, holy smokes – it’s really worth the hype.

I don’t have a bad word to say about it. It’s an affordable good quality concealer, accessible to all.

(Well not at the mo, as i know they are selling like hot cakes, but once the pandemonium dies down – it will be).

Have you tried it yet? I would love to know.

A X

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