You guys should know by now that I love Fenty Beauty so much that whenever they launch a new product, I just need to get my hands on it.
Adding to their Pro Filt’r family, the Instant Retouch Concealer (C$32) is a creamy, long-wear, crease-proof liquid concealer that applies lightweight with medium-to-full coverage. This concealer is designed to brighten under-eyes and conceal blemishes and redness.
Just like the foundation, Fenty came out with a ton of different colour options to suit any skin tone. There are a whopping 50 shades to choose from so it may be hard narrowing it down to a colour that suits your complexion. I went with three shades based off her shade finder online, 120 (fair skin with neutral undertones), 170 (light skin with cool undertones) and 340 (tan skin with cool undertones *AKA for when I spray tan). I found that since I’m so pale right now, 120 did the trick, especially paired with her foundation, which I received in 180.
I’ve been using this concealer for a week now and like how it makes my skin look and feel. You apply it via the doe-foot applicator, which is my favourite method for concealers since I find you can really get a good grasp on where you want to put the product. It dries down matte and find it doesn’t move once it sets, which is what I look for when trying out new concealers.
If you are looking for something a little more heavy-duty then I would look into this product since it is on the thicker side (which I love though). I’m a first-time use of the Pro Filt’r Foundation and found that the consistency in the two products were different. With the foundation, a little goes a long way since it is a thinner product. With that being said though, it is a medium-to-full coverage foundation, which is usually what I gravitate towards.
I’ve wanted to try the Fenty foundation for years now (basically ever since it came out), and I was so pumped to get my hands on it when I got the concealers. The Fenty Beauty Soft Matte Longwear Foundation (C$42) also comes in 50 shades and is a lightweight foundation that gives skin a flawless finish (seriously, like no pores, no shine, just nice skin). The formula is oil free and made with climate-adaptive technology, making it resistant to sweat and humidity.
I got the shade 180 (light skin with warm undertones) and found that it matched me nicely (although perhaps a shade too dark, but I still make it work). I was very surprised by the texture of this foundation since it’s not thick like the concealer (although, with that being said, the concealer isn’t even that thick, I just find the two to be different consistencies, as they should really). One small pump of this foundation is enough to cover my face, leaving me with the perfect coverage. I really like foundation and think it’s worth the hype. I did hear ahead of time that it tends to oxidize on the skin, which I found that it did, but maybe if you are worried about that happening then to go a shade up.
Overall, I love both of these products, although I totally knew I would since I’m obsessed with anything that Fenty Beauty produces. She also came out with some brushes and a setting powder, so that’s definitely next on my hit list.
Have you tried the Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Foundation or Concealers yet?
Please note, I received this product from PR. All opinions are my own.
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