Diorskin Star Concealer

Dior Star Concealer

A few weeks ago I let myself loose in the Dior beauty section at John Lewis, and as well as picking up my sponge, and a Dior Star Foundation (review to come) I had to pick up a tube of the new Diorskin Star Concealer. It promises to illuminate and sculpt eyes with light, so it’s perfect if you’re trying to cover up some festive late nights.

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The concealer comes packaged like a little lipgloss, with a doe foot applicator. After a quick slick of base (I alternate between the Dior Flash foundation and my Estee Lauder EE Cream depending) I just brush a little of the concealer in my under eye area, as well as a little around my nose and mouth then blend it in. The formula feels silky smooth, and it dries to a perfectly matte finish without feeling too drying or powdery. Once you’ve applied the concealer, it’s not going anywhere! Thankfully, it doesn’t crease or pill no matter what I’ve been up to, and it also functions as a great primer.

The Diorskin Star Concealer costs £22.00 and is available at Debenhams and John Lewis

SheerCover Conceal and Brighten Trio*


So, I’m sure, like everyone, I’ve seen the infomercials on TV which are all about how awesome Sheer Cover is – so I jumped at the chance of trying the brand’s Conceal and Brighten Trio.


The product is comprised of three parts – two shades of concealer, allowing you to blend for your skintone, and a little white half circle of Brightener. This means, unlike other concealers which can look a little ‘cakey’ Sheer Cover’s stays fresh and natural looking.


The lightest tone is pretty close to my skin colour anyway, but it’s great that I can tailor the shade depending on my tan (or lack thereof). I’m also kind of obsessed with the Brightener. It feels like a light balm, and a little tapped along the top of my cheekbones and brow bones gives me a fresh faced look which is what I’m basically always after!

The trio is priced at £22.95 and is available here.

Stila Stay All Day Foundation*


I love it when companies bring out something which is a little different, and I can safely say that I’ve never seen anything like Stila’s Stay All Day foundation kit. (more…)

Liz Earle Light Reflecting Concealer*


If you’ve had somewhat of a tiring weekend, I have just the product for you! (more…)

Miracle Skin Transformer Treat & Conceal*


I’m always on the lookout for a new concealer – I like to have different formulas for different concerns, and recently I’ve been reaching for Miracle Skin Transformer’s Treat & Conceal. (more…)

Cargo Jet Lag Concealer*


For me, traveling is always the time to revert to old faithfuls and try out new brands and products – and Cargo’s Jet Lag Concealer falls into the latter category. (more…)

Nars Creamy Concealer


Whenever any product has as much buzz as Nars’ Creamy Concealer has been enjoying, I just knew I had to try it.

I have been a fan of creamy concealers for about a year – I like having some coverage without the chalkiness which I’ve experienced with thicker formulas. The colour formulations by Nars are hard to beat – I always turn to their Vanilla shade since it is precisely my skin-tone without any yellow or red tones.


The concealer is packaged like a lipgloss, and the sponge tip applicator is perfect for use on the under eye area and around the nose. The concealer does a great job of concealing any shadows and brightening everything up. If I am suffering from any imperfections, I then turn to Nars’ other concealer – a thicker consistency which makes any pimples disappear completely. The longevity of both formulas is impressive – both stay put, without the need for touchups for at least 6 hours, and at no point does my face feel dry or look cakey. The duo of concealers are a must for your stash, and ensure your skin looks its best.

Nars Creamy Concealer is priced at £22.50 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

Chantecaille Total Concealer*


I have always wanted to try Chantecaille’s make up – from the packaging to the formula, everything the brand produces is just a thing of beauty. (more…)