Sunday, May 19, 2013

Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer

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While I generally think the Kat Von D line is reasonably priced as far as high end brands are concerned, I do think the concealer is a little steep at $25. So I put off buying it for a long time. The concealer is something that came out when she originally launched her makeup line - though they've added new shades since. I had heard lots of good things about this concealer, and once I tried her foundation and saw how phenomenal that was, I decided to finally cave and get the concealer. I picked up in the shade Light 18. Of course they only had one left lol.
The packaging is a squeeze tube, which is really convenient. It is definitely the biggest concealer I've ever had, and a little goes a long way so I guess that can justify the $25 price tag! 
Hopefully you can tell by the picture just how smooth and creamy this is. To me, the creamier the better when it comes to a concealer - especially for under the eyes. I find that I can blend them under my eyes much better when they're creamy as opposed to the more liquidy ones or pencil-type ones. Though I will say the L'Oreal True Match Concealer Crayons have been my favorite concealer lately because of how creamy they are, this one has taken its place in my daily routine!
This stuff has great coverage - it hides redness, blemishes, undereye circles - anything you want it to cover up! It sets and doesn't budge, which I really love about it. On days where I don't have time to wear foundation or just don't feel like wearing it, I can just use a little of this and be good to go without even having to set it with powder (just like the KVD foundation!) I guess this is a product I should have bought a little sooner than I did!

Does it actually cover tattoos? This is something I'll have to do a video on. If you've seen my youtube video/demo on the Hard Candy Glamoflauge Concealer, that is a pretty good cheap duper for the Kat Von D concealer - the results are pretty much the same. As long as you layer it and blend it enough and the tattoo isn't a super black piece, you can cover a tattoo with it. 

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