Thursday, July 24, 2014

NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer

NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer 


If you read any beauty blogs, you would have heard of these amazing NARS concealers. These have been a huge hit in the beauty industry. A long wearing, creaseless concealer? Of course its a hit. NARS did it right with the packaging, the shade range (10 shades) and the quality of the product itself. I have 5 shades that I keep in my professional kit. 

1. Chantilly (Light 1)- this is the lightest shade in the range and it is a true ivory shade for fair complexions. 

2. Custard (Medium 1)- this is a yellow toned concealer for a medium complexion, 

3. Honey (Light 3)- this is a warm peach tone for light to medium complexion 

4, Amande (Medium/Dark 3)- this is a medium/dark concealer with golden olive undertones. 

5. Cacao (Dark 2)- this is the darkest shade in the range and it is a dark shade with deep gold to brown undertones. 

This is a medium to full coverage concealer. I found it works best for concealing blemishes, redness around the nose and its great to layer over a corrector for under eye concealing. As you can see in the swatch below, it is extremely pigmented and a little goes a long way. 


The only time I may not use this concealer is if you have extremely dry skin or any flakiness on the skin. I would moisturize those areas really well before using this product. 

Overall, this is hands down one of the best concealers I have ever used. I will probably go ahead and pick up the other 5 shades to put into my kit as well so that I can have the full line.   

You you purchase this at Sephora, NARS online or at any NARS Counter. These sell for $29.00 and you get .22oz of product. 
($17.40 with professional discount) 

I hope that you found this helpful and if you have any holy grail concealers that you love mention them in the comments below! 

- Hope 

1 comment :

  1. They look amazing
    Deffo need to try the Nars concealer
    Im currently using maybelline instant age rewind concealer xx

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