Sunday, 7 August 2016

Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer Review

After seeing so many YouTubers and Bloggers speaking about this Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer, I knew that I had to buy it and try it out for myself. I am always such a sucker when influencers are promoting a product and I always end up having to buy them. I really do think that people on YouTube and Bloggers really are the best source of marketing because if somebody what I respect speaks about a product then I will 100% go out and buy it for myself. The recommendation for this Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer actually came from Carli Bybel, who is an absolute mega babe.

If you haven’t seen any of Carli Bybels YouTube videos before then I would highly suggest checking her out because he is one of my all time favourite YouTubers. She is massively popular and more than that, I actually find myself genuinely trusting what she has to say. I saw her use this Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer in so many videos and her makeup always looked immaculate and that was the final push that I needed in order to go forward and buy this concealer. Anyway, without any more rambling, here is my review on this product…

The first thing that I want to mention is the first thing that I always talk about and that is the packaging. Personally, I love how this concealer comes, but it certainly is one that divides attention. It comes with a small plastic cap on top, which you just pull off and then underneath that there is a sponge applicator. You twist the top of the product and up comes through the sponge. I like this because it cuts out the need to pop the product onto the back of your hand and you don’t need another brush to apply it. Some people hate this because it isn’t the most hygienic dispenser in the world and others say that the sponge is a touch scratchy, but personally I really like it and I find it lovely and soft.

I apply this concealer, just as I would any other product. I twist the product up and get the sponge tip nice and coated and then I go in with it underneath my eyes, centre of the chin, down the bridge of the nose and in the centre of the forehead. When I have a nice and opaque layer, I will go in with my damp Beauty Blender and buff everything in until it mixes seamlessly with my foundation and other base products. I will then set it with my RCMA No Colour Powder as I would do any other foundation and concealer combination.

I would say that this is a medium to full coverage product. With my first application of this, most of my problem areas such as my dark circles are covered. Sometimes I do have to go in with just a touch more product on the areas where I am particularly blue around my eyes. But at the same time, it still looks nice on the skin and it doesn’t at all look like my skin is caked in product, like some full coverage concealers can do. I would say that consistency and coverage wise, this product is very similar to the Maybelline Fit Me Concealer.

I also really like how this blends into the skin. With next to no blending whatsoever, it looks flawless on the skin. I also find that this smooths my skin and makes it look very polished and perfected. I never notice any creasing in the fine lines or wrinkles around my eyes or my smile lines around my lips. When this is set with powder, I know that I’m not going to have to worry about it all day long and it will stand the test of time and look just as good in the evening as it did first thing in the morning when I first applied it.

There really isn’t much more that I can say about this Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer. The coverage is perfection, it blends onto the skin like a dream and it lasts all day long. For a drugstore concealer I think that the quality of this is amazing and I know for a fact that I am going to continue purchasing this concealer. I will leave a link to this below in case you want to check it out for yourself. Make sure to leave me a comment and let me know if you have tried this concealer and tell me what you thought about it!


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