Revolution Beauty is an extremely popular UK brand that has quickly made its way into the Australian market. They are well known for their affordable makeup and skincare, cute packaging and consistent launches. Then they first launched their Conceal & Define Concealer back in 2018, it very quickly sold out and became one of the most popular ‘drugstore’ concealers on the market. In today’s post I am going to be reviewing the Conceal & Define Concealer by Revolution, so if you want to learn more about it, the keep on reading.
The Revolution Beauty Concealer retails for $6.40 – $7 AUD and it can be purchased in smaller and supersized versions. It can be purchased directly from the Revolution Beauty website and Priceline. There are 50 shades available on this range, however only 12 of these are available from Priceline which is a bit of a bummer.
Now, let’s talk about the packaging. This concealer is housed in a long and skinny plastic tube and comes with a huge doe-foot applicator. I personally love this type of applicator for any liquid product as I find I don’t waste as much as I might if I use a pump. Some argue that this type of applicator can raise hygiene issues, especially if you are applying the product straight into your skin, but for me, this is not much of an issue.
Moving onto the formula now. The Conceal & Define Concealer has a lightweight creamy texture. They claim that this concealer is full coverage, but I would put it more under the medium but buildable coverage category. The formula also dries down to a matte finish which might be a good thing to remember if you have drier skin than myself. You can use this product in so many different ways, as a standard concealer, to cream contour and to highlight the face. This product is also non-comedogenic. This means that it doesn’t block your pores and won’t cause breakouts.
So what are my thoughts on this concealer? I love that it is super affordable and that you can get it in a supersized version. I have used up roughly 3 or 4 tubes of this concealer already, so when I grabbed the supersized version I knew it would last me ages! As I stated above, I think this concealer has more of a medium coverage, but it is very buildable and layers nicely on the skin. The formula itself is very nice. It goes on super creamy but dries down quite matte. This might not suit those with dry under eye areas. Luckily I don’t suffer from that issue so it all works great for me. I would say that the staying power is amazing also. I often wear this for 6 hours when I am working and find that it doesn’t break up or fade away too much by the end of the day.
I would highly recommend this concealer to any beauty lover out there that loves an affordable, medium coverage concealer. If you have dry under eyes however, I would probably steer well clear of this one.
Have you tried this concealer? What are your favourite concealers? Make sure you leave me a comment and let me know 🙂
That’s all for now Beauties!