This Concealer Covers Everything—and Our Editor Is Hooked
For years, I strived to find my holy grail concealer. You know, a concealer that hides blemishes, conceals dark circles and makes light work of redness and broken capillaries. The fact that I found all that and more in one tiny, unassuming tube is really quite the makeup miracle. I say “all that and more,” because you also get your money’s worth. You don’t need to use much of this product; it takes the tiniest amount of concealer to tackle the most obvious of under the skin spots (you know the ones, all red and shiny). It’s also a doddle to blend (well, it doesn’t boast the nickname, “magic eraser” for nothing). But I bet you’ve never heard of it.
Keep scrolling to discover this amazing concealer and where you can buy it.
AmazingCosmetics AmazingConcealer (£30) is my favourite concealer. Being a beauty editor, I’ve tried (and rate) plenty more, but this one literally blew my mind when I first used it.
The product has three and a half times the pigment of a regular concealer, which is why a tiny bead can conceal all the blemishes on your face. You simply apply the smallest amount to the back of your hand, and then use your ring finger to dot and blend it wherever your complexion requires.
The warmth of your finger makes the product incredibly blendable, but once it has set in place, the concealer is water-resistant. What that means is that it will not budge. So whether you perspire (making it ideal for the gym), get caught in a rain shower or you just go about a regular day, your complexion will look flawless.
The other bonus is that it does not crease (by using such little product you eliminate that risk), and you really don’t need a lot. I’ve had my tube for almost two years, so while £30 sounds pricey, trust me, it’s not. I’m not going to lie; when I first saw this product’s name, I scoffed, “AmazingConcealer?!” The thing is, the brand really couldn’t have called it anything else.
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