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.
“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.
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.
- C3 – For fair skin tones with pink undertones
- C4 – For light skin tones with neutral undertone
- C5 – For light skin tones with pink undertone
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.
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.
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