31 January 2018

Concealer Diaries | Part 2: Colourpop No Filter Concealer

- For the consistency of this experiment, every concealer in this series will be set with the ABH powder in the contour kit, AKA a somewhat decent powder. No baking or variation from powders will occur for a true review of the concealers.
- This post includes raw, unfiltered close up images of my face to show what the concealer looks like in its true form. Some were taken in a rush, so pls do not judge meh.
- I always used 1 to 2 shades lighter concealer compared to my foundation. I know some people don't, but that's my preference. Some shades were purchased online, so may be darker or lighter for my skin. I usually am pretty bad at colour matching lol.

This is the Colourpop No filter concealer in shade medium tan 35. Please refer to my Colourpop Haul.

Shade Range

There's 15 shades, and they have a good range of light to dark tones.

It's $6. So it doesn't really matter if you don't get along with it right? It's also very cheap if you need to repurchase.

Pretty easy application. It's a nice creamy consistency, and blends out really really well. I did think the colour matched my skin, but I like to use a lighter concealer under my eyes. So it isn't my fave shade.

It managed to stay on for the whole day, and cover my dark circles pretty well - however I do feel like it gets darker after a few hours - so oxidises? Which is interesting as I've never noticed that in a concealer before. 

I find pairing this with a light concealer, works really well! 

So overall, I would definitely repurchase but go one shade lighter. This colour I would use as a spot concealer, to cover up dark circles. For the price, you can't really go wrong!

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