When we buy beauty products, we tend to always be pretty hopeful that a product’s going to deliver hence why I purchased them in the first place. However, when I purchased the LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealer, I really didn’t expect very much at all and I assumed the shade would be much too dark but I took the plunge anyway as it was only £3.50 from a UK eBay seller.
I’ve seen so many Amercian YouTuber’s rave about the Pro Conceal HD Concealer but their lightest shade (Classic Ivory) used to be quite dark, so when they introduced lots of new shades including two paler shades, I decided to purchase Porcelain which is now the palest shade that they do.
-Camouflages the appearance of skin imperfections.
-Evens out skin tone.
-Covers dark circles.
-Minimizes fine lines.
-Provides customisable coverage.
The packaging of the LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealer is pretty plain and simple within a squeezy plastic tube, which is clear so you can see how much product you have left. The tube has a brush applicator, which dispenses the concealer when you squeeze the tube.
I’ve seen some mention how unhygienic the brush is, but I don’t mind it at all but you could choose to pick concealer off the brush with a makeup brush if you’d rather, instead of just applying the concealer with the brush directly on the skin but I find it easier to just use the brush.
The concealer is quite thick and creamy, and offers really decent coverage. The Porcelain shade is actually very pale which I really like as it does match my super pale skin quite well, although it does lean quite yellow so I prefer to use it for concealing blemishes and imperfections rather than under my eyes as I prefer to use a cooler toned concealer under my eyes like the Bobbi Brown Corrector in Porcelain Bisque.
The formula is easy to apply, and isn’t at all drying like I assumed it would be.. it has more of a moisturising formula compared to the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer, which I find can cling to dryness but the LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealer doesn’t do that which I think is impressive for only £3.50.
I honestly can’t find anything to complain about with this concealer, which is pretty rare for me but it’s a little bargain beauty and I’m so glad that we can get hold of the concealer on eBay without having to pay extortionate prices. Yes the concealer is only $2.99/£2.07 in the US, but there are UK retailers which are charging in excess of £5 for it so I think £3.50 is really good and the seller also has the three corrector shades available too which I really want to try.