Where have you been all my life, NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer??? Whoa, talk about a concealer that can do it all. While it has been mostly touted as great covering under eye darkness, I have found it is a fantastic spot/blemish concealer as well. The balanced, buildable formula is a true go-to for me these days.
The formula is creamy and hydrating, hence the radiant properties. While it has a thin texture, I’d say the coverage is moderate to full. A little bit goes a long way. Plus, it is buildable, so you can always add more if you feel you need a bit more coverage.
The formula also contains hydrating skin care. Light diffusing technology helps blur imperfections. And the pigment blends seamlessly into my natural coloring.
I can get a full day of wear out of this. While it is crease-less, I’ve found it does best on freshly moisturized skin – any dryness can interfere with its blendability.
- CHANTILLY: true ivory shade for fairest complexions
- VANILLA: tiny cast of pink for the fair complexion
- HONEY: warm peach tone for light to medium complexion
- CUSTARD: yellow tone for light to medium complexion
- GINGER: golden undertone for medium complexion
- BISCUIT: medium dark natural balance of pink and yellow undertones
- CARAMEL: medium dark yellow and golden undertones
- AMDANDE: medium dark with golden olive undertones
- CAFÉ: dark shade with warm red undertones
- CACAO: dark shade with deep gold to brown undertones
note: Ginger is my preferred shade. I wear Santa Fe in the Sheer Glow Foundation and St. Morti in Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 (although this winter I should lighten up with the new Terre Neuve). I was surprised I was this dark on the spectrum, but I prefer a concealer that matches my skin tone instead of one shade lighter.
Check out this brief tutorial from NARS on how to use Radiant Creamy Concealer to perfect complexion:
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