Quick review:fave highstreet concealer: Maybelline fit me #2

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Is it really a dupe? So many people compare the much loved Maybelline fit me concealer to the hyped up Nars radiant creamy concealer. I have only swatched the nars concealer and tried it once under my eyes and so can’t really compare them both.

However what I can say is that it definitely does feel like a more luxury concealer. I have this in the shade 35 and find it to be slightly darker than my skin tone. However because of it’s orange undertone I can even use this shade without a corrector and get a medium coverage without the under eye looking grey. But this does mean that I usually need to go in with a highlighter pen or lighter concealer and brighten up the area.

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Packaging?

This concealer comes in the normal doe-foot applicator/lip gloss tube style, allowing an easy distribution of product to the desired areas of the face. The doe-foot picks up sufficient amounts of product where you can carefully build up the coverage to the desired amount.

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Coverage?

I would say this is a medium coverage concealer ( slightly less than the collection perfection concealer) but can be built up really well.

Longevity?

I would say this concealer lasts about 6-7 hours on me.I usually like to set this concealers as opposed to other concealers because of it’s creamier consistency. However it does dry down and so setting it, is not essential.

Consistency?

This concealer is super creamy and blends effortlessly under the eyes. Hence why some people see it as a dupe to the Nars radiant creamy concealer.

Creasing?

I do find this concealer to crease after sometime, especially if I have used too much. To counteract this I like to use a damp sponge and blend out the product, achieving a flawless under eye area.

This is a total recommendation from me, especially for a highstreet concealer.At a £5.99 price point you will definitely feel it is totally worth it.

It can be purchased at boots/superdrug.com here in the UK.

Have you tried this? if so what do you think?

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