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Is the Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer the Holy Grail?
Could it be possible? Have I finally found a concealer that is affordable, available across the country and friendly to women of colour?
I’m not going to define it as a solid Yes and opinions and moods change, but when I found myself reaching for this concealer over my Inglot one, I knew it was true love.
I’ve had this concealer since April 2018 and despite the other pretenders to the throne, this has become my go-to concealer for under eye circles once I’ve colour corrected of course.
Are you even a woman of colour if you don’t have an orange corrector?! At the moment, I use Nip+Fab’s Terracota Colour Corrector.
Being a former Makeup Artist, I had yet to find a concealer that beat my beloved NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer.
OK, so this isn’t going to “beat” it, but it comes a close second.
And did I mention this concealer is….wait for it…..drumroll please….
Yes, £4 versus £24 for my beloved NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer.
Since I took the decision to go cruelty free it’s been hard to find a worthy alternative to that amazing concealer.
Having used this for a while now, I can safely say for a budget concealer this lasts a long time.
It’s an excellent skin match for me, I’m in the shade C10, but you may have to guess your skin shade and order off the Revolution website, to get it because it’s often out of stock in Superdrug.
But at £4 for a concealer, you can’t go wrong!
Personally, I would recommend buying this from the Revolution website to guarantee your shade, plus if you go through Topcashback, you can get some money back from your purchase!
I would totally recommend this concealer and at £4 it’s a great buy that actually works and is cruelty free!