Previously I have found it difficult to locate an affordable, full coverage drugstore concealer. Luckily I was able to test out the newly released Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define concealer. Already rumored to be a strong competitor to my much loved Shape tape, it certainly got my attention and intrigue. For £4 you get 3.4ml of Conceal and Define liquid concealer which come in a selection of 18 shades. These shades can be used to highlight, contour and color correct.
The shades I went with were C12, C13 & C14 which come with one large applicator.
I’ve swatched these shades so you can see that there is quite a difference from C12 to C13. If you have a skin shade similar to mine then you could get your shade by mixing C12 & C13 together. Although I am confident that Makeup Revolution will expand their Conceal and Define shade selection as this has been observed with many of their ranges. (For example the lip kits besides an insider told me to look out for this in the Spring).
When it comes to the formula, the Conceal and Define is certainly high coverage and very similar to Shape tape. I did find that you do need to work fast with it as it does dry quickly. Also I’ve seen a few people use it to successfully cover tattoos so if you are someone looking to cover acne scarring, then this should not be a challenge. The only thing you should consider is that if you have a golden/yellow undertone like me then these have a very pink undertone.
Considering everything if you are looking for a full coverage drug store concealer then you should consider giving this a go. Even if you do need two shades in order to make your ideal one, I don’t think you can go wrong far wrong with this Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define concealer.
Will you be giving it a go?