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{Review} Revlon : New Complexion Concealer

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I’ve been a bit absent over here but Karabossie and I have a huge exam tomorrow with an assignment or two due soon. I thought I’d sneak in a post in my study break time to let you know about my latest new must have item.

Seeing that I use BB Cream instead of foundation, I need a little bit more coverage. Last week Sunday at the Factory Shop expo, I knew that if I had to go for any brand, it would be Revlon. I bought some amazing Revlon products that I will be reviewing in the coming weeks but today I bring you the  Revlon: New Complexion Concealer in 02 Light/Medium.
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This is the first time I’ve used this type of concealer so I was looking forward to trying something different. I think I might have gone one shade too light for my complexion but the best part is, it wasn’t a problem! This concealer adapted to my skin tone the minute I applied it. I find that blending this concealer with my finger tips works better than using a brush because the warmth of ones finger tips makes it easier to blend seeing that this concealer is quite creamy and thick. In this palette, you’ll find 2 shades. A lighter and darker one, but very similar in colour.

The coverage of this product is incredible! My BB cream glides over it effortlessly when blended. I’ve read that this concealer has been discontinued(I speak under correction) so I’m really happy that I got to test it out and I will definitely be using it sparingly. I got this two pan colcealer for only R60! This was one my best buys at the Factory Shop Expo along with some other Revlon Palettes. I’ve only ever read and heard good things about Revlon’s concealers so I will be trying out their new range when I finish this one.

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