Rare Beauty’s Concealer Is an Instant Filter For My Face — No Foundation Needed
Well, Selena Gomez, color me impressed. Not only did I love how full my brows looked with Rare Beauty's two-sided gel/pencil combo, I was immediately inspired to buy the "Inspire" lip soufflé shade once I spotted it on a fellow editor. With that weakness for all things eye makeup and creamy lipsticks, I still rarely wear base makeup, especially these days. My skin is rather sensitive, prone to redness, and blessed with dark spots, so I do like a little coverage (or to at least hide my dark circles) when I can find the time. And though I almost added the line's tempting foundation for "someone who dislikes wearing foundation" to my cart, I decided to test out the concealer in its place.
It turned out to not be a mistake, and I couldn't be more pleased by the coverage from this little tube. Check out my before and after photos, and learn why I liked it, ahead.
Here's what my face looks like with Rare Beauty's concealer dabbed onto dark spots with the doe-foot applicator tip and onto larger zones (like the side of my nose) with the long, flat side.
After I targeted problem spots, I used my fingers to spread this product all over my face, too. I'm definitely impressed by how well this formula covered my skin and still ended up in a radiant finish, not at all cakey or dry.
Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez Liquid Touch Brightening Concealer
Not only does the Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez Liquid Touch Brightening Concealer ($19) promise to be lightweight and long-lasting (which I can personally attest to), it comes in 48 shades with a wide range of undertones, too.
Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez Liquid Touch Concealer Brush
If you'd prefer not to get your hands dirty, there's also a Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez Liquid Touch Concealer Brush ($16) for a more diffused, sanitary application instead.