Sunday, 8 December 2013

Review | Make Up Atelier Corrector Concealer Palette


Review | Make Up Atelier Concealer Palette
Review | Make Up Atelier Concealer Palette

Review | Make Up Atelier Concealer Palette





  
    















  


Make Up Atelier Corrector Concealer Palette £25*

Make Up Atelier is a brand that create products for professional use, so obviously I was expecting a lot from this palette. I think the palette is a brilliant idea as it means you have a range of colours that can be used where you need them, for example I tend to use a brighter shade to conceal dark circles but want a shade that matches my foundation for blemishes. Our faces are not one colour so it makes sense to use different shades of concealer where necessary.

I really like the packaging of the Corrector Concealer Palette, it's sleek and professional looking, plus it means you know what shades you have instead of rooting through your kit to find what you are after. Everything you need is in one place! Inside the palette are 5 concealers in different shades. It's not bulky packaging and is very portable.

The first is a salmon/peach colour, which is the creamiest of the bunch, it's so smooth and easy to blend. This is what I have been using for under my eyes to brighten and hide darkness. The next four shades are still creamy but slightly firmer in consistency. The second shade is what I have been using to conceal blemishes, it has a really high coverage and matches my skin tone really well. The next two shades are unfortunately too dark for my skin tone but I might get more use out of them in the summer time. The scary looking green is perfect for covering up redness, I like to blend this in before foundation to even out my skin tone a bit more.

All of the concealers have a great high coverage, which blends brilliantly so you only need a small amount. I've used this every day since receiving it and think it's a fab kit. It has everything you need to conceal any problem areas on your face and I love how creamy they are. The product lasts about 8 hours when set with powder, I think this would be great for all skin types apart from very oily skin as the concealers are very creamy. I can see this palette lasting me a seriously long time.

The Make Up Atelier Corrector Concealer Palette costs £25 here, which for 5 concealers is a great price.

*pr sample sent for consideration, review 100% honest as always

10 comments:

  1. That is such a good range of colours! Unfortunately I have just repurchased the Laura Maercier Secret Camouflage so I don't think I can justify it! :(

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    1. It's definitely one to keep in mind for the future!x

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  2. This is a really good palette! Seriously tempted to purchase after Christmas! :)

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  3. This looks like a great palette just because of the variations of concealer clearly there's one for everything!
    Thanks for sharing this great product!

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    1. Definitely is, I am really impressed with it!x

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  4. Ah this looks perfect! I have all sorts of things I'd like to conceal so could actually so with a few different colour based concealers! There seems to be a solution for every possible concern here :) great post Ellie! Xxx

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    1. It would work fab for you then! Thank you Hannah xo

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  5. I have this, I really wasn't a fan though :(

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