24 November 2014


I wish I didn’t need to use a concealer, but sadly my skin is sadly less than perfect and I have heaps of scars, pigmentation and marks that I feel better when covered up, so for me a concealer is a staple in my beauty bag, so today I thought that I’d share my thought on Three of a Kind, Concealers;

 L’Oreal Paris Infallible Longwear Concealer*


This stick concealer is so easy to use. Just pop the lid, twist and swipe before you blend with your fingers. It has a great coverage and a powdery feel that blends easily quickly covering redness, pigmentation and bags under the eyes, and if needed the coverage can be built up with another coat, and still with a barely there look.

It stays put on the skin all day long, even on my combination skin, and as it is waterproof, it even survives a dash out in the rain.

RRP: $19.45 – Available from Department Stores, Priceline and select pharmacies

Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Concealer SPF 10

This Double Wear Concealer from Estee Lauder really does live up to its name and stays put all day without fading or settling into lines and wrinkles, even on a hot summers day! The cream formula comes in a lipgloss style tube with a foot doe applicator that makes it so easy to apply and blend, also thanks to containing minerals and emollients to help condition the skin so it never looks dry or flaky.

And if needed you can easily build up the coverage too. And it easily covers any redness, pigmentation or dark circles, all while looking seamless and flawless and never caked on. It is extremely concentrated so it will last you forever, and I love that it comes with SPF10 too!

RRP: $33 – Available from Estee Lauder

Napoleon Perdis The One Concealer*

Unlike the other concealers, The One Concealer from Napoleon Perdis comes in a little cute pot, and consequently you need to use a concealer brush to apply it with – you can’t really use your fingers as the opening of the jar is rather small and it would mean that you’d get product stuck under your nails. The actual concealer is cream based, and is a little thick, but if you put a little on the back of your hand and warming it sightly with your fingers before applying it, it applies to easily and blends quickly and evenly.

It and it helps even out even the worst pigmentation, redness or blemish, and dark circles under the eyes, and stays put all day without fading or settling into fine lines. And the shade is so cleverly designed that it syncs with almost all skin tones.

RRP: $39 (5.2g) – Available from Myer, David Jones, The FacialCo and Adore Beauty and Napoleon Perdis Online

*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

So there you have it, three different concealers.

Have you tried any of these? Which concealer do you reach for when you have an unsightly blemish or pigmentation to hide?

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