After seeing so many make up tutorials featuring this concealer, I couldn’t resist and ordered the Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer. I’ve been using the MAC Pro Longwear concealer for a while now, but I felt it was time to try something new.
The MAC Pro Longwear Concealer has a little pump. This makes it a little hard to use a little amount, or in my case just the right amount of concealer. I always end up with too little or too much.
So I was happy to see that this concealer has a little wand. I also wanted to see if this concealer is really radiant and that my dark circles could actually disappear. Something that would not always work with the MAC one. It would look dry and settle into the fine lines at times.
Bare face and Creamy Concealer applied: one little dot blended and three little extra dots on top.
I’ve chose the color Honey. It matches quite good and really does lift the under eye area a bit. The consistency is very creamy and though it is thick, it blends nicely.
The great thing about this concealer, is that I feel it’s s much easier to apply. I just apply a few dots and then blend that in with my fingers. After that I use my Real Techniques Miracle sponge and make it damp by spraying some fixing mist.
Full face w/ Radiant Creamy Concealer
I’ve tried to use a powder, but that just doesn’t seem to work, at least not the powder I have now. It really dries up the under eye area, so I prefer using it without any powder. The concealer looks really great, because I don’t have to apply that much. If I do apply several layers to thick, it does start to crease and look cakey, but since the coverage is great, that isn’t necessary.
The downside is that this is only available online and quite expensive, €31,05. (I do think this will last me a long time.) I have a feeling I will at some point run out and will forget to order a new one on time.
I’ve worn the Radiant Creamy Concealer every day for weeks, during work and while performing, and I have fallen in love! It’s so good :-) So yes, this is a keeper! Excellent work, Nars.