Saturday, 5 October 2013

Lasting Perfection Concealer

Today it gives me great pleasure to introduce to those of you who don't know about it, to the Lasting Perfection Concealer from Collection. I do not doubt that this is one of the most talked about products in the beauty world or that the majority of you will have read umpteen reviews about this product, but I just love it so much I could not resist a post dedicated to my most favorite concealer.


There are a number of reasons why I always repurchase this concealer. Firstly, it does what it is supposed to do and actually hides a blemish rather than drawing attention to it. It comes with a standard doe applicator and is so thick yet beautifully creamy in consistency that when using a brush I find that this concealer will blend seamlessly with any foundation.

Secondly, I find that this concealer is a multi purpose product in that unlike many other concealers this can be used on both blemishes and dark circlcles, and does a magnificent job of covering up both.

It also has amazing staying power and I find that this will last me the best part of 10 hours, which is important to me as I tend to be busy during the week. And after all that it only costs £4.19!

The 2nd and 3rd pictures show a swatch, which is then blended in.




I must add that I actually purchased this concealer after years of using the Estee Lauder double wear and found that this does the same job if not exceeds it at a quarter of the price.

I should also probably mention that if you have very dry skin under your eyes then a little bit of moisturizer or good primer will stop this concealer from creasing as it can crease under the eyes when they are very dry.

Overall though, this product is an absolute dream!

Have you ever tried the lasting perfection concealer? If so what are your thoughts? I'm keen to know if anything you have ever used matches up to this?

Much Love, L :)

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