NARS RADIANT CONCEALER IN VANILLA
Concealers make a great beauty essential for covering up dark circles/tired eyes after late nights, and the Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer has to be one of the best I have ever used! It applies to a dream and matches true to colour, even better they have a wide variety of shades to match the palest of skin tones.
These concealer wands are very hygienic and easy to control, the overall formula of the concealer is very rich and creamy in texture and applies like a dream. I got this in the shade “Vanilla – Light 2” and find it perfect for my pale complexion, vanilla also has a slight cast of pink undertones making it more natural. I would say this is more full-coverage when it comes to blending the product in, also these concealers do not oxidize quickly, meaning they will not darken when applied to the skin or dry out.
I normally like to apply the concealer using my Real Techniques Contour Brush to blend the product in, I could definitely vouch for this concealer as buildable without caking and it’s the most natural looking concealer I have found, and another thing I love about this range is the fact you get the option of so many shades, making it perfect for pale and darker skin tones. This doesn’t crease under the eyes and I always apply concealer before my foundation, but I have noticed different routines vary between each individual person, but this is my preferred way.
I have seen myself leaving the house with just this concealer under my eyes, and the rest of my face looks radiant and fresh without the need for foundation! This works beautifully and leaves me feeling confident to leave the house bare skinned. It works wonders at concealing redness, veins, dark circles and blemishes and lasts hours, I would say a full day. I put my makeup on at 10 am and don’t remove it until 10 pm at night when I finish work, and this definitely stands the test of time alongside the Nars Sheer Glow Foundation. This can be pricey but it definitely lasts and works! I could see this lasting me around 4-5 months.
What’re your thoughts on this concealer? Have you tried it yet?