Belfast Telegraph

Monday 24 November 2014

Five Best: Concealers

Beauty writer Kerry McKittrick chooses her five best concealers

Benefit Boi-ing, £17.50. www.benefitcosmetics.co.uk. For some heavy duty coverage this concealer does it all – it covers dark circles under the eyes, redness and spots without caking or sinking into creases. It comes in five different shades for the perfect match.
Benefit Boi-ing, £17.50. www.benefitcosmetics.co.uk. For some heavy duty coverage this concealer does it all – it covers dark circles under the eyes, redness and spots without caking or sinking into creases. It comes in five different shades for the perfect match.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat, £25.00. www.debenhams.com. The original and still the best. This little pen has been one of the best selling make-up products of all time. It lifts and lightens the dark areas under your eyes and instantly makes you look like you've had a good night's sleep.
Smashbox High Definition Liquid Concealer, £17.00 Smashbox.co.uk. With six different shades everyone will find a match to their skintone here. This weightless product smooths and lifts the skin with light reflection and covers.
MUA Pro-Base Conceal and brighten kit, £3.50 Superdrug. For those who want the perfect match this palette lets you blend the perfect shade to cover imperfections and under-eye circles. It's oil-free and long lasting enough for any skin type. It can even be used for highlighting the brow bone and cheekbones.
Collection 2000 Illuminating Touch Concealer, £4.99. Superdrug. If Touche Eclat's price take is a bit steep for you then try the Collection 2000 Illuminating touch pen. Slightly thicker that Touche Eclat but still with illuminating particles for that instant under the eye lift.

 

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