Sunday, 15 April 2018

NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer vs Soft Matte Concealer - Review and Comparison

I'm so guilty of getting swept up by beauty product hype. I picked up the infamous Soft Matte Concealer and Radiance Concealer from NARS as I found my well loved Collection Lasting Perfection concealer started looking cakey and dry under my eyes.

NARS Radiant Concealer vs Soft Matte Concealer - Review and Comparison

The Radiant Creamy Concealer comes in a lip gloss-esque tube, with a doe-foot applicator. I love to trowel on concealer as I have purple under eye bags, but the shape of the bottle and small wand only allow you to pick up a minimal amount of product, I need to layer this create a good coverage. It does have a glowy finish, my shade is a little lighter than my skin tone and foundation colour, so it does give that Kim K under eye highlight effect. You can powder under the eyes to prevent creasing and it doesn’t cake up. It feels light and hydrating, so I imagine it would be suitable for people with dry skin too.

The Soft Matte Complete Concealer comes in a little round pot, so you need your own Beauty Blender or brush to apply it. The formula is thicker and higher coverage than the brand’s other concealer. The consistency makes it perfect for covering spots and pigmentation. It smoothes over spots to blur their appearance and never looks cakey. It can also be used under the eyes to conceal dark circles.

Do you need both? I plan to repurchase both the Radiant Creamy Concealer and the Soft Matte Complete Concealer. I tend to need something more creamy under the eyes and something a little more heavy duty for spots, so for me, I can justify having both in my collection.

As you can probably tell by now, I actually do believe these concealers are worth the money and hype!

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  1. I love the radiant creamy one! It's my go-to concealer. I really want to try that matte one too, it sounds so good. Definitely on my buy-list.

    x Charlotta Eve

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