Concealers are a versatile make up product, you can use them to: highlight your face, conceal dark spots even to prime your eyelids for eyeshadow application. In this post I want to share the concealers I have in my makeup collection and because I’m not buying makup for the rest of 2019, these are the concealers that I will carry on using till I can start buying makeup again.
NARS Cream Radiant & Maybelline Fit Me
I’ve written in depth about these concealers when I compared them to each other as they are said to be similar. Click here to read those thoughts, they haven’t changed from then :).
NARS Soft Matte – Amande
Ever since I bought this concealer it’s the only one I’ve used to clean up my brows and it works like a charm. The shade match is perfect – I don’t like highlighting my brows anymore, I rather go for shade as close to my skin colour as possible. And the its consistency makes application so smooth!
LA Pro HD – Fawn
The OG concealer, the one that offered us a wide range of shades at a reasonable price! Remember how Dischem received backlash from SA women when they tried to raise the price of this concealer?? lol! good times! Anyhoo, I use this concealer for brightening and it is the perfect shade for me. It plays well with other products like the powderds I use to set it with.
Fenty Beauty Pro’Filtr Instant Retouch – 385
I sadly bought the wrong shade of this concealer, I wanted 370 or 380, but they were sold out. This shade is much closer to my skin colour that I would like, especially for brightening so I usually mix it with the NARS Creamy Radiant concealer in the shade Caramel just to get a bit of brightness.
Colourpop No Filter Matte – Dark 40
Out of all the concealers I currently have this one is my fave and most used! The shade is perfect, the application is seamless and it blends like a dream! I was lucky to have chosen the right shade for me when I bought this online.
From L to R: ColourPop, Fenty Beauty, LA Girl, Maybelline, Nars Creamy Radiant – Amande, Caramel, Nars Soft Matte
Click here if you want to see the foundation shades I use for reference.