This concealer is so hyped! I couldn’t pass by it, especially after those tons of positive reviews that it has on the net. Besides, it was my first product from the Revolution Makeup brand. Does it live up to the hype?
Conceal & Define concealer comes with a variety of shades to choose from. All in all, there are 50 shades.
They say that it’s full-coverage, and it’s aimed not only at dark circles counteracting but also for face contouring.
The applicator is trendy and huge (hello Tarte Shape Tape). But I still find it easy to use. This applicator is good to conceal my skin blemishes as well as to apply contouring.
My shade is С3. It’s said to have a cool undertone and be apt for the fair skin types. It matches my skin really beautifully.
The concealer isn’t too thick or runny.
The easy application ensures low consumption. Maybe it’ll seem too thick for some of you. As for me, this coverage seems to be medium which can be still packed for a thicker finish.
If I wear it under my eyes, it can crease a little. However, it doesn’t settle into my pores. The fuss-free application either with a brush or a sponge.
The formula doesn’t define my flaking skin. However, if your skin is dry, you may not like it.
The finish is natural. The concealer is a tad self-setting on my skin. But I still prefer setting it with a powder under my eyes and T-zone.
The staying power is average. It can be creasing over an oily skin unless you set it with a powder.
As for the drawbacks, here I’ve found one and that states for the chemical smell. Like of paint, really. The good news is that I don’t detect this smell on my face.
There was no negative reaction like pore clogging or anything else. This product is my definite fave. I also want to buy it in a fairer shade because I love it when my under eye area is fair and as though lit from within.
My full-on makeup look with the concealer on:
I’m delighted with it. I mean it.
I bought it from a store from $7.