Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer is a skin tone adapting concealer that promises to conceal signs of fatigue as well as highlight and illuminate the eye area. It showcases a soft precision brush which is perfect for the delicate under-eye area. Video review is available too (here)!
an amazing concealer
I’m going to get right to it on this one because it’s been GOOD to mommy. I’m talking about my latest concealer purchase from the drugstore – Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer ($6.99). It’s amazing!
I have it in the shade Light (245) and I have nothing but good (really good) things to say about this concealer.
not a concealer for acne
Before I jump into all the good-good things I’m about to say about Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer, I have a little warning/disclosure. I do NOT recommend this concealer for concealing acne. Because it’s a concealer/highligher combo, using it to conceal acne will bring more attention to them. We definitely don’t need that — definitely.
it blends, baby
My favorite thing about this concealer is its ability to blend easily into the skin. Apply it and blend into your skin with a brush or finger. It incorporates within seconds.
precise and to the point
The applicator has an easy-to-use and precise point. I wouldn’t use it to blend the product into my skin. But it’s perfect for doing very “detailed” concealing/higlighting like cleaning up unruly eyebrows. It’s my go-to for highlighting my brow.
I would recommend this concealer in a heartbeat. I like it that much. It is a really good product that’s amazing at concealing dark circles and highlighting where needed. The blendability is spot on. And, the applicator makes application a mere breeze.
Review by: Girl Rates World
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