ColourPop No Filter Concealer Review
Hi loves! I’m going to give you my review on the ColourPop No Filter Concealer.
Colourpop claims that the concealer is lightweight, has a creamy formula with soft blurring pigments, creaseproof, matte finish, no filter needed.
They have 15 shades to choose from, shades ranging from fair, light, medium, medium dark, dark, and deep dark. ColourPop makes it easy to choose which shade would possibly work best for you. Colorpop describes which skin tones and undertones each shade would look best one. For example, “Fair 5, Fair with warm undertones, Recommended for very fair skin tones.”
ColourPop No Filter Concealer is priced at $6.00 for 0.14 oz.
It keeps selling out, I put my email down to be notified when the concealer came back in stock. Once it did, I purchased 2 of the same color, Light 20. ColourPop describes it as light with warm undertones, recommended for light skin tones. The concealer was delivered within 3 days with standard shipping.
I have worn this concealer for the past week now with my everyday makeup routine. I am always on the look out for a great concealer. My under eyes are dry & dark that crease like crazy.
For $6.00, I love it. The moment I blend it out, i’m in love. I agree the concealer is lightweight, it’s creamy, it’s blurring, it’s matte, and I don’t need a filter. No Filter Concealer is medium to full coverage. My under eyes have prominent creases, so it becomes hard to not have my under eyes crease. I don’t bake my under eyes, baking makes my under eyes look extremely dry and brings out any texture I have under my eyes. Just brush on my RCMA No Color Powder. I can wear it all day, from morning till night and it doesn’t budge.
The only thing I don’t like about the concealer is that it oxidizes. It oxidizes within a few seconds. When I first swatched Light 20, it was very light, I thought “this is the perfect shade.” I like my under eyes to be a few shades lighter than my foundation. However, within a few seconds the concealer began to oxidize. Light 20 became the same color as I would use for foundation. I could use Light 20 as a foundation or as a spot concealer if I wanted to because the match is great once it oxidizes.
If you’re like me & like your under eyes to be a lighter shade than your foundation, I recommend picking the shade you think you are and going up one shade for your undertone. For example, if you want to buy Light 20, I would buy Fair 5. It seems drastic, but the oxidization is instant & extreme. I think it would work out.
Overall, I would repurchase. For $6.00, I really can’t complain. It is a great concealer, I love everything about it, except the fact that it oxidizes.
Remember, I am not an expert, I give my opinion, my tips, and my recommendations based off of my own personal experience.
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