The $10 Concealer That Completely Changed Our View On Pricey Makeup

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Not all concealers are created equal, of this we’re sure. Whether they struggle to provide the coverage needed, cake just a few minutes after application, or end up highlighting fine lines and wrinkles, there are plenty of opportunities for camouflagers to go wrong. These pitfalls can provide just the nudge we need to splurge on the pricey versions. It makes sense that one has to pay more for better results, right? Apparently, not anymore. Revlon’s new PhotoReady Concealer Stick hit the mark and clocks in at only $10 a pop.

Makeup sticks (whether of the foundation or concealer variety) often don’t play nice with skin concerns like dryness, signs of aging, etc. The worst case scenario is a stick that tugs at skin and goes on thick, which most of us have experienced before. Revlon’s PhotoReady Concealer slides on effortlessly. It provides substantial coverage without suffocating skin or turning cakey. The stick has an angled tip that makes application tidy and precise. It’s even small enough to dab on the side of the nose at the interior of each eye for a wide-awake effect.

The concealer comes in six shades ranging from Fair to Deep. The finished, natural look will convince friends you finally got a dreamy 8 hours last night. The fact that you were up until 1 a.m. watching The Crown will be our little secret.

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