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Beauty product of the week: ColourPop No Filter Matte Concealer
On the hunt for a new concealer? We've found the one — and it's under $10.
Whenever I’m bored and online shopping, I always find myself on the ColourPop site. How can I say no to another Super Shock shadow when it’s $6?
During a recent browse, I stumbled across the ColourPop No Filter Matte Concealer. It’s the only concealer formula currently available at ColourPop, costs less than my lunch and has well over 3,000 reviews on the site. Did I really need any more convincing?
The quick verdict
Why it’s good: It’s a full coverage concealer, delivering a creaseless finish — no filter required.
How much is it? $6.50
The lightweight, blendable formula promises to instantly conceal and cover any redness or blemishes you may have.
I don’t like concealers that dry down too quickly because it makes the formula difficult to work with. This concealer is different and actually super easy to use. Application is always smooth and seamless, and one swipe delivers a ton of full-coverage pigment.
Why is no filter needed? ColourPop's concealer is formulated with soft blurring pigment technology to help you get that flawless complexion. While the formula is matte, these pigments work to brighten the skin. It makes you look luminous but not dewy.
ColourPop’s concealer is long-wearing yet still looks natural on the skin. The formula is infused with marine extracts that hydrate and protect the delicate skin under the eyes. It’s also why the concealer is so creamy.
As with all ColourPop products, the concealer is 100% vegan and cruelty-free.
Finding your shade
Shopping for a concealer shade online can be a daunting task. Will it be too light or too dark? Too yellow or pink?
Luckily, picking out my shade of the ColourPop No Filter Concealer was super easy! With 30 shades, there’s a great variety of colors and undertones. The site has a tool where you pick your skin tone and undertone, and it provides you with a few suggestions to choose from. You can see real-life swatches of all the shades so it’s basically foolproof.
I simply swipe on the concealer and blend it out with my beauty sponge. I did try it with one of the ColourPop brushes and that worked fine, but I prefer the finish of a damp makeup sponge.
I have nothing bad to say about this concealer and I recommend you give it a go! If you’re still not convinced, you can check out our guide to the best concealers here.
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