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Drugstore Recommendations #2: Concealers


It has been a while since I have done a drugstore recommendations post, so I thought I would kick it off again with my favourite drugstore concealers.
1. I am sure you have all heard of the Maybelline Instant Anti-Age The Eraser Concealer. This is very popular in the beauty/YouTube/blogging world, and although it is a great concealer for under the eyes as the coverage is fantastic, the colour range is not so great. I wish that concealers would come in a larger range of shades, it doesn't even have to be that many, just enough that it could be suitable in one way or another for skin tones. The packaging put me off at first but actually it is really easy to use and blends easily.

2.  Next up is a product that in my opinion doesn't get enough credit. Bourjois has really upped their game with the foundation side of makeup and although I knew them as mainly eyeshadow and blusher in those little pots, I thoroughly thank them for this little gem. The Bourjois Healthy Mix Radiance & Anti Fatigue Correcting Concealer is a fantastic concealer. It is in a squeezy tube but you get a lot for the size and price it is. This has brilliant coverage, it blends incredibly and lasts all day. I love this stuff, and I have re-discovered it since my makeup stash re-jig.

3. Another re-discovery in the last few months is the Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer. This concealer is the creamiest, most moisturising, brightening concealer I have tried from the drugstore. It is supposed to provide an anti-fatigue effect and radiant glow to the skin and in all honesty, it totally does. This goes great along the side of the Wake Me Up Foundation.

4. Another cult beauty favourite is from Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer. I find this concealer doesn't sit to well under my eyes. I can get away with it in the corner if I use sparingly but I find this covers blemishes and redness really well. For the price, it is just outstanding.

5. Seventeen have been bringing it in the complexion department recently and I thought I would give them a go. Their Phwoarr Paint is meant to be their version of a "Heavy Duty" concealer specifically for under eyes. They played that right, The colour could be a bit lighter (I have fair) but they cover any dark areas in the corners of my eyes and it lasts reasonable well (not as much as I like but for under £5 I shouldn't really complain - won't stop me though). It is also a good option in covering blemishes as well.

6. My Concealer of choice at the moment is the Garnier Anti-Dark Circles Roll On. I use this over the YSL Touche Eclat (which I use more to brighten). The roll on provides a little coverage in the stubborn dark circles that have seemed to bother me more recently. This doesn't really work great on blemishes or anything as the coverage isn't particularly fantastic but as part of a concealer/brightening duo, it's pretty darn good.

As the title suggests, all these are available at Boots or Superdrug and are available to by online on different sites as well.

What are your favourite Drugstore Concealers?


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