I have been dragging my feet on writing my review for this concealer, but I’m not really sure why. I use it ALL THE TIME. It’s one of the best natural concealers I’ve tried and it has one of the most perfect consistencies, especially if you happen to battle the balance of oil/dry skin around your eyes like I do. I personally have combination skin so my natural state is oily eyelids, but I have quite bad allergies so my under eyes tend to be dry (because I rub them a lot #sorrynotsorry). Although I mainly use this to cover my Italian girl dark circles because the struggle is freaking REAL, I also use it to cover redness and little breakouts if needed.
Studio78 Paris Concealer Review
As I said, one thing I really, really love about this concealer is the fact that it’s pigmented enough to cover my dark circles, but it won’t make my under eyes look dry or cakey. It’s reasonably easy to blend out with a brush ( I use a flat eye shadow brush or my finger in a patting motion to apply) and I can get decent coverage without using a lot of product so this will last ages and ages. The handy concealer packaging comes with a mirror on the lid so you can apply or re-apply any time and anywhere you like. It’s equally great at covering redness, breakouts (including massive red pimples on your nose – I oughta’ know), and any other areas you want a little more coverage. You could probably use this to cover any areas that your natural foundation misses or where you want more pigmented coverage (like around the nose).
Ingredients: Squalane, Olive Oil Decyl Esters, Silica, Copernicia Cerifera Cera*, Triticum Vulgare Germ Oil*, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*, Cera Alba*, Squalene, Sesamum Indicum Oil Unsaponifiables*, Citrus Grandis Peel Oil*, Limonene, Linalool. May Contain: ci 77891, ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499, ci 77947, ci 77510, ci 77007, ci 77288, ci 77289, ci 77742
*Certified Organic Ingredient
As shown above, the ingredients of this concealer are certified organic and made in France. I love that the ingredients are gentle, 100% natural, and don’t irritate my skin or existing breakouts in any way. That’s a big plus for me as many concealers I’ve tried in the past have either exacerbated or created acne for me. The only drawback, in my opinion, is that this concealer won’t be hydrating enough for people with super dry skin and the shade selection is ridiculously limited. It’s actually kind of annoying how limited the color selection is. If you’re tan, at all, they don’t have a color for you, but I hope that Studio78 Paris will offer more color options soon. Get with the program! Anyway, aside from that, I love this. The color looks quite dark in the pan, but it’s fair enough for my under eyes.
At Dawn 01 (Very Fair to Light Complexions) – this is the shade I own
Moonlight 02 (Light to Medium Complexions)
This is my skin/makeup using this concealer to give you guys an idea of what it looks like on the skin “in action.”
Who would this concealer work best for? Pale skinned girls who have oily to combination skin or sensitive skin. Also, anyone with dark circles or breakouts to cover. This works wonders for those. If you have dry skin, try this concealer instead.
You can get the Studio78 Concealer at Petal and Post.
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