Incolor Smooth Overtime Base Concealer reviews
Hey sweeties, how are you? You have to agree with me on one thing that none of us has a spotless and flawless complexion. All of us, undoubtedly, have some patches of discoloration, acne scars etc on our faces. These do not matter for casual outings but when you have to attend a function or party, you need to cover them up using makeup.
I recently reviewed a Makeup primer from Incolor. Now, I am here with the product review of an Incolor concealer that helps you hide the imperfect areas of your skin. Read on to know about my experience with Incolor Smooth Overtime Base Concealer.
The description given on the makeup bullet is short and sweet. It says that this product is an Oil free one that gives a long lasting coverage. It is fit for use even by Professional Makeup Artists. Even you can use it with a little skill on how to spread the product well.
Directions of usage
Apply on moisturized and primed face over the areas of discoloration. Smudge smoothly using your fingertips to create a veil of coverage on the dark spot and follow with your foundation.
The concealer comes in a pearly White colored bullet in a twist-up format, just like a lipstick. The cap closes tightly without budging. So, the product is very handy and easy to carry around.
Pros of Incolor Smooth Overtime Base Concealer :
- This product has a couple of different shades to merge well with all skin tones.
- It stays intact for four to five hours at a stretch without touch ups.
- It sets with a semi matte to dewy finish.
- Easy to remove with cleansing milk.
- Does not look cakey and artificial
- Coverage is decent and buildable
- Travel friendly product
- Stick form makes the product easy to apply on the required area directly
Cons of Incolor Smooth Overtime Base Concealer:
- It takes some effort to smudge well over the required area due to pancake form. Liquid concealers are easier to apply.
Ozokerite,cera alba,ethylhexyl palmitate,parrafinum liquidum,isopropyl myristate, BHT
Skin type synopsis
Suits all skin types. Do a patch test before using on face. Stop use if irritation occurs.
My experience with Incolor Smooth Overstay Concealer:
So far, my experience with this product has been good. if I talk in terms of lasting power, it fulfill it’s claim of being Long lasting. It’s coverage does stay as it is for nearly 4 to 5 hours, at a stretch. Yes, if you rub it with a tissue, it might come off. For an even long lasting stay, set it with a translucent powder. There is a little sheen on my T zone after using this product say, after 2 Hours so; I always carry blotting papers to soak up the excess oils. The blotting needs to be done very gently.
It does cover up your dark spots and blemishes like a light veil. The coverage is build-able and along with a foundation, the base makeup looks good enough. It sets with a semi matte finish without looking cakey. It in fact adds a dewy sheen to your complexion.
I have not had any bad experience like skin allergy or breakouts after using this. I use any regular cleansing milk to take off this product.
Whether I would recommend this product again?
Yes, it can be given a shot as it is economical than most concealers available in market and gives decent coverage of blemishes. It sets in a natural finish too and does not look artificial.