Over the past three or so months, the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer has wound it’s way into my staple makeup collection. And there are good reasons why.
Let’s start with the aesthetics – the shade vanila (which the rest of the world also uses) matches my winter skin amazingly. The formula is some form of witchery: it’s creamy, radiant, and very high coverage without feeling heavy.
When it comes to application, I put it everywhere. It works equally well under my eyes and on blemishes. My usual application process goes a lot like this: cover entire face with product and blend with the Real Techniques Setting Brush. You would think that blending with a big fluffy brush would cause it to become sheer and the product would move from the blemish. Somehow this doesn’t happen, and I am left with a lovely complexion. I wear it over a sunscreen and under a powder, so the longevity is also fab.
I’m just about out of it however, so I’ll need to pick up an new tube in the next couple of weeks – something worth considering if you’re thinking of buying it.
Have you tried this product?