Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Too Faced Sculpting Concealer

The ultimate in skin perfecting, the latest concealer from Too Faced is serious about a flawless look.
  The Born this way Super concealer has recently launched, and for £20 for a huge 15ml fluid, it’s well worth the money.

This concealer is applied via a large doe foot applicator and lays down very thick, almost like a whipped cream. If you’re after a sheer delicate cover then this isn’t for you. Wipe the excess from the wand onto the edge of the bottle and dab in the areas that require further cover, after your foundation application.
I prefer to blend this out using the warmth of my fingers. It helps to melt it into the skin and you can quickly move it around before it dries and sets.
 What I really love about this concealer is that even though it’s a full cover, it’s still hydrating and doesn’t give you a flat dull skin. It mimics the skin texture well without clinging and the longevity is excellent. Even after swatching the shades I had to wash my arm three times to remove the colour pigment. It looks natural on the skin but covers extremely well, providing you have the correct shade.

You could use this concealer as your foundation if you’re short on time or just prefer a multi purpose product. It’s also suitable for highlighting and contouring with (although you would need multiple tones to do this effectively).
 Key ingredients are Hyaluronic acid for hydration from within, alpine rose to brighten and Coconut Water to assist in skin’s moisture levels.
 There are 20 shades available in a good mix of cool and warm tones.

 This concealer is available nor here.



  1. I am going to have to try this out, I loved the Born This Way Foundation!

    Danielle xx

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  3. The link actually takes you to the original BTW concealer, not the new one, and they’re very different. This one is in the ‘new’ section.


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