When Makeup Revolution drop a new release it's fair to say us makeup loving gals cant wait to get in on the action and the launch of their Conceal & Define Concealer was no different, in fact this new Makeup Rev concealer was like bloody gold dust to get hold of, it took me weeks to get the shades I wanted to try but after going into four different Superdrug stores and constant online stalking I finally managed to nab a couple to try, I even done a happy dance when the concealers where in my paws hehe!
The one thing that really stood out for me about this concealer before I had even tried it was the fact it comes in a whopping 18 shades ranging from fair to deep, in cool, neutral and warm undertones. I think that's chuffing amazing for a budget concealer and I really praise Makeup Revolution for doing this. I think more brands need to follow suit to be honest. I have the shades C1 and C3, C1 is the lightest concealer within the shade range and is for fair skin tones with neutral undertones and C3 is the third shade within the collection and for fair skin tones with pink undertones. Both concealers match me pretty well, C3 is the perfect match to be honest because I have a pink undertone, C1 is quite light but works amazingly at brightening and highlighting.
On to the concealer itself....was there any truth in the hype....YES!! I absolutely love this stuff, it has such a creamy, blendable formula that just melts into my skin with ease and despite having really good coverage and a matte finish it never looks or feels heavy or cakey underneath my eyes. I've found a little really blends a long way too, when I first used this concealer I painted loads on and it was far too much, literally a couple of dots underneath my eyes is all I need to cover my horrendous dark circles. I'm not really sure how this concealer would work on acne or spots as I haven't had any spots to test them on but if the coverage underneath my eyes is anything to go by then I'm sure it will work pretty well.
The concealer does have a HUGE doe foot applicator which is 'dare I say it' a little OTT but does get the job done and doesn't drag on my skin whilst I'm using it! And I love the packaging, I'm like a magpie when it comes to rose gold or copper tones so this packaging is right up my street!
Overall I think for £4.00 you really cant go wrong with this concealer, theres honestly nothing I don't like about it and it seems to work for me perfectly, and the fact theres so many shades to choose from makes me super happy!
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