New*Revolution Conceal & Define Infinite vs Original concealer

It's been almost 2 years since TBR reviewed Revolution Conceal & Define concealer and yet here we are again - There is a brand-new Revolution concealer! And if you're like me then you're excited to find out more about this concealer.


A B O U T

The Conceal & Define infinite concealer comes in two sizes:

1. Original size, 5ML - £6 – comes in 60 Shades; and

2. Extra Large, 9 ML - £9 – comes in 24 Shades


I think with the selection of shades, Revolution should have thought this bit through.

For example, I wanted to purchase C16 in XL but that was impossible to due to the lack of shade range and instead, I had to opt for the smaller size? I was huffing and puffing because I wasn’t too happy …


As I believe the smaller size isn’t effective or cost friendly for its consumers as you only get 5ml for £6 lol that’s not small change.

D E T A I LS

Purchased:

- C12 in XL described as a concealer for medium/dark skin tones with a neutral undertone; and

- C16 in its original size described as a concealer for dark skin tones with a warm undertone


Revolution conceal & define infinite concealer is said to offer 16-hour wear with 20% more pigment and coverage. I mean, I’m not even sure how to break that down and explain it to you so I guess we should just believe it, right?

Each concealer contains anti-flammatory properties such as niacinamide a special ingredient as it helps prevent further breakouts, reduced inflammation; regulates the amount of oil our glands produce; minimises fine lines and wrinkles etc.


A P P L I CA T I O N

I’ve recently been using the Revolution concealer either on its own or mixed in with the Elf concealer. The doe foot applicator gives us the chance to use the concealer for contouring, full face or targeted concealing.

I think it’s important to note that it does dry faster than the original concealer – which can make it a bit harder to blend as it tends to get a bit sticky, ensure to be patient and don’t let it sit for too long. Yet, saying that, to get more coverage I let it dry down just a bit and, using a small brush, blend it outwards – try it.

T H O U G H T S

I enjoy the matte finish that the concealer provides and how easy it’s for me to blend. The infinite concealer does have more coverage than the original concealer. If you have a stubborn spot, pigmentation or scars you would like to cover then ill definitely suggest purchasing this concealer as it has more pigment for coverage.

I do have fine lines and creases under my eyes, but I believe they both work nicely together and after a few hours it stays in place, not perfectly but just enough for me to get through my day.

Note* if you have dry skin you should try the Conceal & Hydrate concealer as its specially designed for dry skin.



 

Purchased: online @Superdrug

Price: Small £6/XL £9

Rate: 9.5/10


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