Don't you love it when you find a drugstore dupe? Well, this is the perfect match for the Laura Mercier Under Cover Pot, and if I am honest I prefer this little wonder.
I have recently fallen back in love with Soap & Glory, from their body range to their make-up they never seem to disappoint me but this concealer is a real stand out product for me.
The bottom section of this concealer has two shades and textures for concealing. The more red toned darker shade is for concealing under eye, dark circles. The red undertones cancel out any darkness under the eyes and brighten them up making you instantly look refreshed and more awake. The texture of this side is really moisturising and creamy so that you don't get any creases throughout the day.
The more yellowy shade is for covering any blemishes on the face. I have had really bad skin lately and broken out completely this has really helped to conceal and cover any nasty red spots without drying them up.
What makes this so special is the mini pressed powder on the top of the compact. This is a translucent powder, so therefore does not add any colour just keeps the concealer in place throughout the day. The reason I prefer the Soap & Glory concealer to the Laura Mercier one is because of this pressed powder, the Mercier one comes with a loose powder which can often be more time consuming and messy.
This is a totally unique product to the high street, where most concealers are on a doe foot applicator. Have you tried this concealer? What is your favourite Soap & Glory product?
Labels: Beauty, concealer, High street, Make Up, review, Soap and Glory