Revolution Make up review

The Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer | Review

5th July 2018 by naffy

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When you have a skin tone like mine, it can be hard to find a concealer on the drugstore so I was excited to see the Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer came in 18 shades and had to give it a try.

I found a little bit of the concealer goes a long way. The formula is the perfect – not too watery but not too thick either. This makes it a dream to blend and allows it to work for both under the eyes and on the rest of your face. I tried using both a brush and my fingers and found I got similar results.

One of the main things I looked out for was creasing under the eyes and I happy to say there was no creasing. I can sometimes suffer from dehydration lines and I found the conceal and define concealer didn’t sit in these lines which made me incredibly happy.

The first thing I noticed when I opened it was the applicator.  It is a jumbo doe foot applicator which makes it easier to apply in the areas you need to conceal. I found it picks up product really well and spread evenly under the eyes.

I was impressed with the shade range of the collection.  The shade I have is C8.5 which is yellow toned and works well if you have an olive complexion. They also do neutral shades on both sides of the shade spectrum so there is definitely a shade out there for the majority of skin tones.

Be warned if you are on the hunt for this, I would apply it online. I went to a stand a couple of times to do some swatching and found aside from the testers the majority of the shades were out of stock which is why after finding the correct shade I went and made a sneaky purchase online.

For £4:00 you really cannot wrong. If you are looking for a good quality concealer, this is the one to try.

 

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