Napoleon Perdis Pro Palette Concealer

Napoleon Perdis Pro Palette Concealer

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    Napoleon Perdis Concealer Trio

    I LOVE this product! I'm onto my second palette now. I should probably quickly mention that the colours is mine are brown, pink and yellow (not purple, orange and white/green like in this picture). I use this as a natural looking, full coverage concealer. My eyes can look very purple with very visible veins and so if you're looking for something really light, my review probably won't help you. ...read moreI don't find that it seeps or divides into expression lines, but I also don't have wrinkles or mature skin either. This concealer can be mixed to suit your exact shade of skin, and even create a slightly orange or peachy tone easily to counteract the darkness. I usually pre-mix it on the back of my hand with a concealer brush, or if I'm rushing, I'l apply the colours I want to the eye, then mix/blend it with my finger tip and then smooth it out to the eye-socket line to blend it out. Even if it's applied with a brush, I find it needs a quick dab with the finger tip to smooth out the brush strokes or pick up any excess from the areas that don't need it as much. I can add more orange-y brown under the inner eye, and more yellow and pink to outer eye, to colour correct - cos the whole under-eye is never the same colour. It's slightly oily so it blends really nicely into your skin, even if you're not wearing any other make-up. You can wear it under foundation as a corrector or on top, or on it's own. It also sticks nicely to powder but I think it looks more natural without it (I don't have oily skin). It often requires a top up if you're gonna wear it into the evening, but I find that with most concealers anyway. The main problem with it is temperature. I find that it can get pretty shiny on hot days when the temp gets above 36C, and needs to be spread thinner or needs a little powder. Also, in winter, (colder than 8C) it blends best if heated a little by the finder tips, or if you move it around with a brush on your hand before applying. Another potential problem, is that it made for lighter-medium tones of skin. If you're skin is darker than the orange-y brown shade in the trio, you're probably not gonna get much benefit from it. I bought one of these trios ages ago, then when I ran out out, I started testing new brands to see if I could do better. I tried Bobbi Brown, Estee Lauder, Clinique, Mac, Benefit and Too Faced concealers. Too Faced was good, but the colours were too pale or too dark. In the end, I went straight back to this Napoleon Trio. It trumps the others in shade versatility, and the combined benefits of coverage, natural appearance, and blend ability. I don't usually rave about products, but no-one else has written a review for this yet, and I think it clearly deserves one! — 2 months, 3 weeks ago
    redbread22 | 1 reviews

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