Hello my Queens,
I don’t know about you, but I love a good concealer. I love products that can cover up the dark circles I have under my eyes as well as those unwanted pimples that pop up at anytime they want.
Not too long ago, I started getting pigmentation on my nose and inner cheeks. Why, you ask? I spent way too much time in the sun last summer and for those of you who don’t know pigmentation is caused by the sun.
Luckily for me I am blessed to have 2 good concealer products that can cover up those unwanted marks in my face that I don’t want anyone to see.
I have been using the Mac Pro longwear concealer for many years, this concealer provides me with a smooth finish and covers up the dark circles underneath my eyes. It also hides away the pigmentation on my nose and inner cheeks.
The Mac Pro longwear concealer has a pump applicator bottle which allows you to pump the product onto your finger. The problem I have with any kind of pump applicator product is that if you pump it once then nothing comes out and if you pump it too many times then too much of the product comes out and you end up wasting it.
The Mac Pro longwear concealer is definitely a good product to use, the only thing that puts me off a little bit is the packaging.
Now Ladies, I have to admit that if I had to choose between the Mac Pro longwear concealer and the Mac Studio finish concealer, I would definitely choose the Mac Studio finish concealer over the Mac Pro longwear concealer any day but that’s just me.
What I love about this concealer is that it covers up any pimples or marks that you might have in your face. It also covers pigmentation caused by the sun, blemishes, dark circles and even tatoo’s.
Apparently, the Mac Studio finish concealer is not supposed to be used for the dark circles under your eyes but I do and I can honestly say it works much better for me than any other concealer that I have ever used.
What I love about this product is that I don’t need to use a lot of it to cover up what needs to be covered. I have learnt that with the Mac Studio finish concealer a little definitely does go a long way.
My advice to you is to always invest in a good concealer, especially if you are like me that no longer has that beautiful natural skin tone that I once had when I was in my early twenties.
Stay true to yourself.
Photography done by Radcliffe Roelse and Courtney Roelse