Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define has taken the makeup world by storm. This isn’t an ordinary concealer at all. The concealer works amazingly and for the ridiculously cheap price of only £4 and £7 for the supersize Conceal and Define.
After using it only a couple of times, I was sold. It didn’t take long to understand the hype around it!
When you buy a concealer what’s the most important factor for you? Mine is that it covers my blemishes and dark circles…very well. I imagine your expectations are pretty similar
What I don’t like, is when a concealer covers my spots seamlessly for an hour, or maybe 2, but then after it goes shiny, or shows every line and pore. I’ve used some expensive concealers before that have done exactly that.
That’s where don’t judge a book by its cover comes in. Or more like, don’t judge a product by its price and designer name.
The Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define comes in pretty, clear packaging with pearly purple/pink writing. It comes in 2 sizes, the standard and the supersize which has 3 times the amount of product.
The doe-foot applicator makes applying the concealer easy and mess-free.
I love the texture of the concealer. Although it is more on the thick side, it is really easy to apply and feels so smooth and soft on the skin.
The plus side of the concealer being a thick consistency is that it is super pigmented. And because the concealer is so highly pigmented it covers every spot, blemish, discolouration….you name it, it does it!
It has a matte finish, which for me is the cherry on top. And yup, it stays matte throughout the day. If you bump into me at the end of the day, you wouldn’t believe that I was up half the night with a newborn baby, because with the Conceal and Define you can’t see any of my dark circles! Simply brilliant!
The conceal and Define comes in 25 shades, ranging from the ridiculously fair (me) to deep colours. It also comes in warm, neutral and cool undertones.
There’s a colour for everyone. Naturally, I am the lightest shade which is called C1. The colour is perfect:)
How to Apply?
With a large doe foot applicator simply dab some concealer onto your under eyes and wherever else you want to cover up. Blend it well with your regular blender. My favourite is the beauty blender. It blends amazingly.
One cool trick that I learnt from one of the best- Mario Dedivanovic is to get a perfect airbrushed look, blend, blend, and blend some more. And when you are blending, don’t rub. Ever.
Rubbing essentially rubs makeup off, which is not what you want. By dabbing, you are pressing the makeup firmly into place. It makes it look more natural and helps the makeup last longer and better!
If you find that the concealer creases under your eye, I recommend using a damp beauty blender to apply the concealer. It gives the concealer a softer finish.
If you’re looking for a concealer that will cover up just about everything then I highly recommend trying out the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define. I love it and use it every day.
It gives me peace of mind that I know by the end of the day I will still look semi-normal! My terrible dark circles stay covered and so do any breakouts.
This concealer has given me the confidence I need when my skin decides to flare up. Due to this concealer, I can go about my regular day without worrying about how bad my newest huge spot looks. And for that, I love the Conceal and Define!
I don’t think there are many concealers that come close to this one, in price and quality. Makeup Revolution really outdid itself this time!
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