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REVIEW: Makeup Revolution conceal and define concealer

When I heard that my favourite drugstore brand were dropping their first ever concealer you best believe I got myself down to my local Superdrug ASAP. 

Last year Makeup Revolution absolutely killed the game for me – from their pretty packaging to their insanely affordable prices to the actual products themselves, I really grew to love their brand.

The Conceal and Define concealer is the first new Makeup Revolution product to arrive in 2018 having been released on Jan 3rd across all UK Superdrug stores. With word on the road that it’s a dupe for Tarte Shape Tape, the concealer is available in a pretty impressive 18 shades, ranging from fair to deep in cool, neutral and warm undertones. It claims to be a lightweight yet full coverage concealer with a matte finish that covers blemishes, evens skin tone and counteracts dark circles. 

I picked up two shades. C1, the lightest shade available so that I can conceal and highlight, and C14, to define and contour . At just £4 each I was already leaving Superdrug content and happy.

I prepped and primed my face using Garnier Moisture and Matte moisturiser and L’Oreal Infallible Matte Primer before applying Milani Conceal and Perfect 2in1 foundation. The first thing I noticed when applying the concealer was the large doe-foot applicator. I love a doe-foot as it makes application super easy, especially when drawing lines for contour. The next thing to note is that the formula is thick and creamy and very pigmented. I quickly learned that a little definitely goes a long way with this concealer, particularly if you’re using darker shades to contour – you need the smallest amount.  To blend out, I used both a beauty blender and a brush. The concealer blended nice and evenly, didn’t take away any foundation from underneath, covered absolutely everything (EVEN my terrible under-eye bags) and left my skin with a healthy glow. My contour looked natural yet my cheekbones were sculpted, and under my eyes and t-zone were brightened. Happy with how my face was looking, I set it with Rimmel Stay Matte powder. 


I went about my day and came back a few hours later to check how the concealer was holding up. It hadn’t slid off my face, my contour was still in tact and hadn’t separated and I could see that it hadn’t oxidised or changed colour in any way. 

The only slightly negative things I would have to say is that the product dries down fairly fast so it might be a good idea to work quickly with it or use a damp beauty blender. Even then, I would recommend contouring in stages so it doesn’t dry down and you get a seamless look. I also noticed that I had a few creases under my eye by the end of the day, however I expect that with most concealers so I wasn’t too fussed. 


End of day selfie!
All in all, I am very impressed with this concealer. For years it has been hard to sway me from my beloved Collection Lasting Perfection concealer but  this one has 100% increased the competition. ​I would definitely recommend trying it out for yourself, I’m certain that soon enough these concealers will sell and for £4 you can’t really go wrong. ​​

3 thoughts on “REVIEW: Makeup Revolution conceal and define concealer”

  1. I love this post. I’ve been looking for a new concealer and have recently got in to contouring. What’s a good contouring kit for a beginner?

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    1. I like using the Nyx Sculpt & Highlight Face Duo – it’s like a liquid/cream so it’s easy to sculpt and blend!


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