I'm a creature of habit and have been using one of the best-selling concealers since I began blogging four years ago. I saw the hype about the new Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer and I couldn't help but pick it up in C1. It's supposed to be a dupe for the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer, even down to the applicator, but I'm yet to try that so can't pass a comment. The Conceal & Define Concealer is meant to be made for everyone out there, with 18 shades from fair to deep, you would think there would be enough shades to match everyone's skin tone. I picked up the lightest shade and it matches my foundation, meaning for everyday use or to highlight my under eyes, I'd effectively need a C0 which doesn't exist. Again since I'm so fair I can't comment on whether the medium and deep shades suit all skin tones but if the lightest shade isn't light enough, I don't think the deepest will be.

Aside from the shade debacle, this concealer is really good, exceeding my expectations. It's medium to full coverage and conceals blemishes and dark circles better than the Collection concealer, and has a matte finish. It tends to crease slightly more but that's because it has a higher coverage so is fully expected. The large applicator means applying the concealer is really easy and if you're using it to highlight (or contour) larger areas it makes it really simple. It blends really well, and to top it off it's only £4! I've blended it with both a brush and a beauty sponge and has worked great both ways, so my only complaint is that I need a lighter shade. At the moment if you buy now from Superdrug you get a free eyeshadow & highlighter palette when you spend £12, bargain!

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