Winter was coming, the tan was gone and I had snow white skin on my face...except that there were a lot of pimples on it as well. My previous concealer didn’t suit my skin anymore, so I decided to try something new.
So I was looking for an affordable concealer with a brush. It had to be in a stick, because it’s the most convenient option. It doesn’t take up much room in your bag.
It cost about $7.99
I took the shade 02, which was the most suitable.
The concealer is unscented, contains no shimmer and gives a medium coverage. It doesn’t make my face shine. It adapts to your skin tone perfectly (if you’ve chosen the right shade)
The concealer doesn’t settle in the creases and doesn’t roll off. It’s economical, but unfortunately not long-lasting. It’s a major disadvantage. If you forget to re-apply it, you’ll end up...you know.
The packaging is quite good, the concealer doesn’t leak.
All letters faded from the pen in a week but honestly, I don’t care. It may look cheap, but I prefer to pay for the product not the high quality package.
Here are my vessels. I’m always meaning to have them removed, but never get around to doing so. There is a big spot on the bridge of my nose. I simply don’t leave my house without concealing it first.
There is also another spot under my eye. It’s tiny but so annoying!
And a pimple. The concealer made the dry skin stand out, but that’s only because the pimple started to heal and I didn’t touch it. The concealer hides the redness.
If the lack of lasting power doesn’t matter to you, then I recommend it. If you don’t have countless pimples, it’s pretty good and does its job.Thank you for reading my review! I wish you a flawless complexion!