First Impression & Review of Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer

by - 12:00:00

Hey friends!

Happy February, it's almost the second week of the second month already! I know everyone said that they felt January lasted about a whole year but I personally thought that it went at a pretty good pace and towards the end it seem to have accelerated and now I'm just counting down to going home for easter. 

Anyhoo, today I thought I'd share with you my thoughts about the new and highly raved Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer. It took a bit of effort to get hold of this product because it was out of stock at all my local Superdrug store and some shades were out online so it was a bit of a waiting game but it was all worth it!


I personally love the packaging because of the shiny rose gold elements on the product. It's a good weight for a drugstore product and overall looks more expensive than it cost (£4). 


The applicator picks up a good amount of product for me to cover my blemishes with just one dip and compared to Collection concealer's applicator, this is about 1.5x bigger. They both have the same pointed tip which helps you get the nooks and crannies of your face. 


I'm shade C10 and it is pretty full coverage and in my opinion, concealers should be full coverage because like it's name, it's job is to conceal so why would one be sheer right? 


The Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer is being compared to the Tarte shape tape concealer which I haven't gotten around to trying yet but I'm a fervent lover of the Collection concealer so that's what I'll be comparing it for you guys today.


First impressions when putting them both together, the Makeup Revolution's has a cooler undertone whereas the Collection's has a warmer tone so it highly depends on what works for you better but who's to say you can't make both work?

The Makeup Revolution's has a thicker consistency whereas Collection's is more watery. Both of them blends out to be a nice matte finishing and doesn't feel tacky or anything after it's set on your skin. It's great especially when you're looking to use it as an eye primer or just to conceal blemishes that you might want to add more products on such as your highlighter and blush.


Comparing both the concealers, I feel that the Makeup Revolution's works better just because it has more coverage compared to the Collection's and that would come in handy when you're cleaning up your brows or doing a cut crease. However, if you prefer a lighter coverage for places like under your eyes or some minor red spots, the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer would work for you.  


Left: without concealer Right: with concealer

I have no other make up on except the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer and you can see how great the coverage is and I'm so in love with it especially now that I'm going through a bad skin season. 


--
And that marks the end of this post and I hope this has given you an idea of what the product is like and my thoughts on it! I highly recommend that you order it online because chances are it is sold out in stores and it is well worth since it lives up to its name!

See you in the next post! X




You May Also Like

0 comments