I’ve become quite the Laura Geller super fan over recent months, after being thoroughly impressed with everything I’ve tried from the brand especially their Baked Split Highlighter Duo. Laura Geller have recently launched some very exciting releases, and I’ve been lucky enough to try a few of them over the last few weeks. One of the new releases is the Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer which is available in a total of six different shades and retails for £20.00 for 6 grams of product.
Laura Geller are best known for their incredible baked powder products, and before trying the Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer, I’d never tried any of their liquid or cream products so I was intrigued to see if the formula would be as high quality as their powder products. The Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer is packaged within a small, clear glass jar with a cork-effect printed lid which I really love.
I think the packaging looks really sleek, and it’s nice and compact for fitting in your makeup bag. It is a jar product so you do have to either pop your fingertip into the jar to use the concealer, or you can dip your brush but I tend to favour my fingertip as the warmth of my skin helps to make the concealer a little more malleable and easy to blend.
I generally find that pot concealers tend to be quite dry and almost chalky and they need a little warming before use, but the Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer is insanely creamy and soft from the very first touch; it doesn’t need any warming up whatsoever, and the creaminess is on par with a liquid concealer. As you can see from the swatch, the concealer is very pigmented and I’d describe it as having a medium to full coverage which is definitely buildable.
I chose the lightest shade which is Porcelain, which is my perfect shade in their Balance n Brighten Baked Foundation so I assumed the Porcelain shade would also be a perfect match. Sadly, the Porcelain shade of the Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer is quite dark in comparison to the powder foundation and is a little too dark for me, but all is not lost as I can mix the tiniest of drops of the Body Shop’s Lightening Drops onto the concealer on my fingertip to lighten the shade slightly.
Even though the concealer is super pigmented, it really is creamy and very blendable. It works wonders on covering blemishes and imperfections, but for my personal preference I prefer to use a lighter concealer under my eyes but if you like a full coverage concealer under the eyes, I think you’d love it but you’d need to set it with a powder to prevent any creasing.
You really only need the smallest amount of the Radiance Cream Concealer as you can see from my swatches above, the amount on my fingertip covered a big portion of my wrist so I imagine this little jar will last for a considerably long time.
I don’t know what I expected from this concealer, but yet again I’ve been blow away by another Laura Geller product. I really do think their products deserve a lot more coverage and hype in the UK as they’re genuinely very good, and they’re reasonably priced too. If you’re in the market for a creamy, pigmented and easy to apply concealer which lasts on the skin, the Laura Geller Baked Radiance Cream Concealer is very much worth a look.
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