If make-up was a Television game show (like supermarket sweep) and I was sent to the aisles to get felt eye liner- I'll come out with a concealer.
I popped into Superdrug recently and instead of replacing my old felt liner, I landed up buying this.
Makeup Academy Pro- Base Prime and Conceal kit (£4):
I constantly air my praises for this company for selling reasonably good quality products at an exceptional price and this being no different.
As well as selling this cream-based version, MUA are also selling a powdered version (similar to ELF version) at the same price of £4.
I got the cream based, as that tends to work better with my skin type, as too much powder some times can make my skin look a little cakey.
Now, its easy to be overwhelmed by all the colours and the uses for this, trust me I was, as I have never used anything like this before.
My skin isn't exactly bad, but I do have faint red blemishes on my cheeks and dark circles (hasn't every body), with sometimes foundation not being able to hide it all.
Each colour has a specific purpose:
I've been using this for sometime now and at first I couldn't get it to work with my Revlon Photoready Foundation, no matter what I did, applying these products over or under the foundation didn't work without it looking greasy.
Yet, when I used my beloved Colorstay foundation- this made my skin look almost photoshopped perfect!
Whenever I have applied any cream concealer to my cheeks in the past, it cakes it when even a speck of powder touches this area.
However, this is perfect and I will certainly be buying again!
In this video, you can see how clear my skin looks under natural light.
What are you thoughts?