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Diana’s new liquid cream concealer, which offers a precise, professional and easy to modulate application. Thanks to the fluid texture and its exclusive flock applicator. Extremely light on the skin, the high content of pigments guarantees excellent coverage and extra ordinary long lasting matte look. A vegetal active ingredient assures the elasticity and smoothness of the skin.
This easy to apply creamy texture can be used:
- On its own, on bare skin for a naturally luminous and even complexion, applied to dark areas on the face (dark circles, fine lines, hollow of the chin, etc.)
- On top of foundation, to add maximum radiance to makeup. Apply the texture directly with the flock applicator, and then gently pat with fingertips to blend in.
• Light Ivory 01
• Light Beige 02
• Rosy Beige 03
• Honey Beige 04
• Golden Beige 05
I bought it in the shade, Light Ivory 01 which is a good match for my skin tone.
395 INR for 10 ml. I bought it online for 336 INR.
My Experience with Diana of London Pro Touch Concealer:
Concealers are one thing that I am always confused about. As soon as I make up my mind to buy one, I end up finding another brand concealer which starts tempting and also confusing me. I bought this one just because it was a liquid concealer and I am more comfortable using this than any stick concealer and also to take advantage of the slashed price during the recent holiday sales going on online and I am happy that I made a correct decision.
To begin with, I do not have any major dark circles or pigmentation problems or any other acne marks that needs to be concealed. There are some light acne marks on my cheeks and medium under eye dark circles that needs to be covered before starting with my base makeup and that is handled superbly by this concealer.
The texture is light and so the concealer spreads and gets applied evenly on the skin with minimum effort of fingers. It provides a medium coverage and can be layered up for a heavy coverage if one wants, but it does not look cakey even upon layering. I tried layering it up twice and it still looked good with added coverage though.
I have normal to dry skin and so I think a liquid concealer suits me best. I had a stick one prior to this but it is difficult applying stick concealer without a proper moisturizer first. It’s available in 5 different shades that would suit many of us out here quickly and the price is quite competitive. :waytogo:
The staying power is around 4 hours on me with just this settled with a compact on top. On top of a primer, it stays for a good 8 hours on me. Even with your foundation on top, it stays for a good 5-6 hours. It is water resistant, does not flake or settle in fine lines at all. :victory2:
Pros of Diana of London Pro Touch Concealer:
- Light liquid texture.
- Applies easily and blends quickly.
- Provides medium-to-heavy coverage.
- Can be layered up without looking cakey/artificial.
- Comes with a soft, slightly slant, foam applicator that picks up enough product and helps to apply the concealer easily.
- Stays for long with least fading.
- Water resistant.
- Available in 5 different shades and at a comparatively cheaper price.
- Does not flake or settle in fine lines.
Cons of Diana of London Pro Touch Concealer:
- A detailed ingredient list is missing.
- If you need to conceal much darker areas, then this needs to be layered up twice or more (depending) to achieve a proper result.
Rest I did not find anything wrong with this concealer. It does a perfect job for me and I am happy buying and using this. :pompom:
Do I Recommend/Will I Repurchase Diana of London Pro Touch Concealer?
I am definitely buying this one till I get an improved option and recommend the same for all the others. I think a liquid concealer is a better option for dry-skinned beauties and if you need a quick medium-to-buildable yet natural concealed look on your face. :haanji:
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