Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer
Another product review from Rimmel London Haul. As usual I made a mistake in picking the right shade. Nevertheless, here comes the review of the product.
Rimmel London Hide The Blemish Concealer is a creamy concealer stick that blends to camouflage dark circles and blemishes.
(could not find in the packing but you can find it in their website)
isopropyl palmitate, cetearyl ethylhexanoate, talc, ozokerite, polyethylene, caprylic/capric triglyceride, paraffin, polyisobutene, microcrystalline wax (cera microcristallina), barium sulfate (ci 77120), silica, vp/eicosene copolymer, zea mays (corn) starch, lecithin, sorbitan sesquioleate, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, tocopheryl acetate, butylparaben, ethylparaben, isobutylparaben, propylparaben. [+/- (may contain): titanium dioxide (ci 77891), iron oxides (ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499), mica].
My Take on Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer:
The product comes in a lipstick twist up packing. I have never used a twist up type concealer and wanted to try one. When I saw such a product online, I decided to pick one. The packing is not fancy but at such a price no complains. It is also travel friendly. The shade I own is called “Sand”. Considering the online shade I picked this one but this is lighter than my skin tone. This one will suit pale yellow toned skin.
The texture is quite creamy. Though not comfortably creamy as wand concealer, this one is quite easy to use. This is moisturizing enough and can be used by all skin types. This did not break me out. This product has two claims. One is dark circles and second is blemish coverage. This one does cover dark circles but I find my wand applicator more comfortable. The second one is blemish coverage. This score really well in this area. It even covers tattoos. I wish it had salicylic acid as concealer is mostly used for acne prone skin.
The staying power is really good. It lasts 6 hours on me. Another interesting aspect about the product is eye primer. I ran out of my eye primer one day and used this one. I was surprised to see how long my eye makeup lasted. Though this shade is lighter, I will easily use this up as an eye primer.
Pros of Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer:
• Wonderfully creamy.
• Lasts long.
• Can be used as a primer.
• Travel friendly.
• Covers blemishes effectively.
• Blends well.
Cons of Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer:
• Not that effective for dark circles.
• Finding the right shade is difficult.
This is a good product for blemish concealing. This is creamy with an awesome coverage and staying power. This is an amazing product as an eye primer. If you want a product for under eye concealing, you may not be satisfied by it. Worth trying if you can find your right shade.
I will be repurchasing as I don’t find such cheap eye primers.
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14 thoughts on “Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer – Review”
awesome pics 🙂
Hey nice review!!!
I was going to buy it… 🙂 thnxxx 😀
not for dark circles? then it is not for me 🙁
I am also looking for a better concealer for dark circles.. Let me know when you find one…
No matter how many brands i try, i keep coming back to MAC pro longwear. Worth every penny. 🙂
At first, i thought it was a lipstick, nice review Fahveen 🙂
Jomol ji.. aap pehle review toh padh lo..lipstick…. khikhikhi 😀
Thanks Jomol 🙂 this is my first lipstick type concealer too
nice review Fahveen…
he he i thought its highlighter or lippy.. 😛 am nt sure if it wud be easily applicable on oily skin know..
I guess it would suit oily skin as well as a blemish concealer