My Go-to (Long-lasting) Concealers!
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Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage Concealer - On the left - (Top to Bottom):
Clinique Airbrush Concealer - Top right - (Top to Bottom):
04 Neutral Fair
MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Concealer - On the right - (Top to Bottom):
(The 3rd and 4th photos are of the Bobbi Brown BBU Palette - The 3rd photo is the Correctors/Concealers and the 4th is the Foundation Sticks)
MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Concealer - This concealer is most certainly long-wearing (I would say you have to work relatively quick with them as they do set). They come in a really good variety of colours for multiple skin tones and have excellent coverage. You can use them under the eye area but I personally prefer to use them on blemishes and other areas of the face.
Clinique Airbrush Concealer - The Airbrush Concealer is a personal favourite for brightening the under-eye area and using it as an under-eye concealer. I would say it is long-lasting when set with a small amount of powder and it also photographs really well too.
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage Concealer - The Secret Camouflage Concealer is quite a dryer product, but has excellent coverage. To make it easier to work with (before application) I would recommend taking some of the product and apply it to the back of your hand or on a mixing plate, then mix it with your fingers or a brush. This way the product will heat up and become softer. Or if you still find that a little too dry/heavy, I would recommend mixing it with a small amount of moisturiser or a small amount of your foundation to make it even softer. It is super long-lasting and can be used under the eye area, on blemishes and on other areas of the face and body.
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealers/Correctors - The Creamy Concealers and Correctors are brilliant. They come in a large variety of colours, they are easy to blend into the skin and they have really good coverage. (I definitely would recommend setting them with a powder as they are a cream product they will more than likely crease if not set) If you are a Beginner/Pro Make-up Artist or just a Make-up Addict I would highly recommend the BBU Palette, as it contains 13 shades of the Correctors and 14 shades of the Creamy Concealer and It also contains 20 shades of the Foundation Stick. It is fairly pricey at £190/$250, but this really has helped me so much especially when starting out, as you have every colour you could possibly need.
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