Thursday, October 30, 2014

Review: Rimmel London Wake Me Up Concealer

Hey Guys!

 I have been non stop purchasing and will be hoping to do a lot of reviews for you guys. I have been mainly doing reviews lately as I have been coming up a bit blank on new material. If you have any suggestions please comment down below and let me know what you would like to see on Just a Little Bit of Liz. 

On to today's review, Rimmel London Wake Me Up Concealer. I purchased this Concealer in shade 030 Classic Beige a while ago from a Chemist Warehouse sale which had it for 50% off all Rimmel products. I have found that this is the perfect shade for my under eye area, it would be terrible for use anywhere else (unless as a highlighter) as it is just a tad light for my skin colour. This concealer claims to give an anti-fatigue effect & radiant glow, I think that this is fairly accurate as I always look ten times more awake when I wear this concealer. I suffer from terrible genetic (thanks dad) undereye dark circles and this gives fairly high coverage and manages to brighten up my eyes and make me look wide awake even when I am feeling dead. The packaging states that this concealer will cover spots and other blemishes however I have not tried the concealer for this purpose as it simply isn't the correct shade for that. 

The packaging is fairly standard, contains a wand with a doe foot applicator that I use to dot on and then blend with a brush or my finger. I do like that the packaging is clear and so you can see how much product is left, I hate running out of a product without realising it because you cant see through the packaging.

 I have had some issues previously with this concealer, when I had not set the concealer with a powder I did find that it creased. However if I remember to set the concealer with powder then I do not have any creasing issues. Ultimately I think that this is a really good concealer and well worth purchasing if you suffer from dark undereye circles like myself. This 7ml concealer retails for $14.95 and comes in three different shades.

Love Liz xx

1 comment:

  1. Ugh I have the same problem with dark circles...thin skin, allergies, pale, family with it...just can't seem to win :)



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