Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation and Concealer - Review

Apr 15, 2019 - Zubaida -
Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation and Concealer - Review
Today i am going to share my opinion on Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation and Concealer which received mixed reviews with some liking it a lot comparing it with Tarte rainforest of the sea water foundation while others didn't like it much. The best thing is that this foundation and concealers come in wide range of shades and i think every one can find their shade with little research. Lets talk about them in detail.
Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation ReviewRevolution Conceal & Define Foundation Product Description
Offering lightweight yet buildable coverage in 50 skin-true shades, this versatile foundation is designed to suit every skin type and tone.
With an oil-free yet creamy and comfortable formula that dries down to a long-lasting, demi-matte finish, it won’t settle into fine lines or cling to dry patches.
Housed in a luxe glass bottle with a jumbo doe-foot applicator for greater control and less waste, this foundation offers highly pigmented coverage that can be layered or diffused to suit your look.
Swipe on and blend out to ramp up the coverage for a ‘real skin’ finish that diffuses blemishes and uneven skin tone. Or let your complexion’s natural character shine through using a small amount with a damp beauty sponge for veil-like coverage.

Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer Product Description
The concealer for everyone. 50 shades ranging from fair to deep, in a range of undertones. A lightweight yet full coverage concealer to cover blemishes, even skin tone and counteract dark circles, with a matte finish that wont settle or accentuate fine lines and pores. Long wearing intense pigment that can also be used to contour and add definition. The doe foot applicator allows for a smooth application that wont drag on the delicate skin under your eyes.
Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation and Concealer SwatchesMy Thoughts
Both products come in similar glass bottle with doe foot applicators and rose gold label and screw cap. The foundation bottle and applicator are larger then concealer. The foundation have medium consistency with not very thick or very thin formula. It is highly pigmented so you need lees amount to apply on your face. It is better to start with less amount and then build slowly to higher coverage.

It is full coverage foundation still doesn't feel very heavy on skin. Depending on your choice you can either use stippling, flat or kabuki brushes for full coverage while for medium coverage use damp beauty blender. The foundation applies smoothly and blends flawlessly and provides demi matte finish. However it is not moisturizing and can enhance dry patches of fine lines even on primer. It also dries quickly so you need to blend fast as well. This factor makes it perfect for oily and combination skin types but dry skin might not like it very much. The lasting power is great as well and it lasts more then 6 to 7 hours.

Coming towards concealer it is little thicker then foundation and is more pigmented. It is also very pigmented and you need very little amount to start with. The coverage is amazing and it hides almost all imperfections. It is no doubt a dupe for Tarte tape shape concealer in terms of coverage and lasting power. It stays put very long without creasing. However if you have dry skin, you need to moisturize a lot. It settles into demi matte finish and doesn't look cakey or feel heavy on skin despite having thicker consistency. It will an amazing pick for oily to combination skin types and will be perfect for all skins in summers.

Overall i really liked the foundation and concealer and they have performed amazingly. I would definitely recommend them to everyone who is looking for medium to full coverage foundation which have semi matte finish and will last through whole day in summers.

Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation is priced £9 and Concealer is priced £4
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