If someone told you that a £4 high street concealer was a close copy to a famous Tarte concealer, would you believe them? I’d be sceptical, but it seems to be that the *Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer, is impressing a lot of people and I was desperate to know why. Before we get in the real details I’ll put it out there now that I will not be making the big “Tarte dupe claim”. Why? Simply because I haven’t been fortunate enough to grab a Tarte concealer for myself yet. Fingers crossed I can grab one when I visit Sephora at the end of the year.
So, a £4 concealer that has taken the beauty industry by storm (well in the UK atleast), is it really worth the hype? It’s got to be too good to be true right? Well this beautiful little concealer comes in a whopping 18 shades to suit all skin tones which is pretty impressive for a high street brand to offer. Don’t you agree?
After a few days testing, I can definitely say that the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer quickly provides an even, high coverage that easily conceals dark circles and camouflages blemishes with a soft matte finish. The application is effortless due to the large doe foot applicator which I haven’t found with many other high-street concealers. The size allows a larger surface area for coverage, which is one is the biggest selling points for me personally. I wish other brands adapted their products to this applicator.
Yes this product is very impressive, so much so that I’d say I prefer this to the much loved Collection concealer. This really is a product that should not be missed and let’s be honest, it’s too cheap not to try out for yourself. I will soon be grabbing some more to bulk up on and if that’s not a sign of a good concealer, I don’t know what is.