CONCEALERS: L.A GIRL PRO VS COLOURPOP NO FILTER
Well, Well Well… If you are a beauty lover like me; you would always be on the quest for good makeup and if its affordable a plus! Today I wanted to compare the L.A. Girl Pro Conceal and the Colourpop No filter concealer.They are both staples in my makeup routine, although I try to switch them depending on my looks or occasion but I find myself reaching more for the Colourpop No filter concealerL.A Girl Concealer: It is a HD High-Definition Concealer, It contains 0.28 fluid ounces i.e 8g of product. It is full coverage but can appear to be a tad bit heavy on the skin but very workable, I go light handed with foundation on areas I would highlight so I do not have too much product. It sets well using either a beauty blender or buffing brush and works with all my setting powders (Makeup Revolution Luxury banana powder, Ben Nye, Maybelline). It comes in a tube which has a brush like end for easy application. It retails for $2.99-3.99 depending on which sites you purchase from internationally, here in Nigeria it retails for (N1,300-1,800). It has 18 shades which cut across light to dark skin tones. I highlight with ‘Fawn’ or ‘Toffee’ which has about 5 shades more before you hit the darkest shade, talk about shade range!
Colourpop No Filter Concealer: It contains 0.14 fluid ounces i.e 40g of products. It is medium to full coverage, the consistency is thin and light feeling, definitely not as light as the L. A girl concealer. It comes in a glass bottle with a doe foot applicator. It retails for $6 which here in Nigeria gets sold at (N3000-3900) but it is only half the product the L.A girl concealer. It sets well using either a beauty blender or buffing brush and works with all my setting powders (Makeup Revolution Luxury banana powder, Ben Nye, Maybelline). I highlight with ‘Deep 70’which is 2nd to the darkest shade (OOoops)
Final Verdict: I love both brands almost equally. I’ll just say if you are working on a budget; probably a makeup artist, L.A girl pro conceal is really good to start off with because of price point and quantity and also a little goes a long way because of its thick consistency. On the other hand Colourpop’s No filter has a lighter consistency but buildable meaning you use more products!
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Which do you prefer?