Lottie London have soared in popularity over the last twelve months or so, and I’ve really enjoyed trying more of their products since I first them back in May with their Stamp Liner. I’ve not heard very much about the Lottie London base product range as the focus tends to be on their newer release, but I bought the Lottie London Got It Covered High Coverage Concealer whilst it was half price. I’ve never seen any reviews for their concealer so I honestly had no idea if it’d be any good but the description had me sold, and half price made it just £2.50 as it’s only £4.95 full price.
“Conceal any imperfections in a pinch with Lottie London’s Got It Covered concealer. Enriched with Vitamin E, it covers imperfections and blemishes without caking or creasing. Plus, the in-built sponge concealer means on-the-go touch ups have never been so easy. Lottie London’s liquid concealer is a must-have in any girl’s handbag.”
The Lottie London Got It Covered High Coverage Concealer is available in eight shades which isn’t bad for a drugstore brand, and the palest shade is Porcelain. Porcelain has quite a strong pink undertone but actually that works very well for me as it’s almost a corrector shade for my skintone but it can work as a concealer if I add a tiny amount of a white concealer to lighten it slightly. The concealer has a slanted flocked applicator and you squeeze the plastic tube to make the concealer push through the applicator. The formula is creamy and really blendable which lends itself well for under the eyes as it doesn’t look cakey or crease under the eyes. It has somewhat of a dewy finish once it’s dried down on the skin and it offers light to medium coverage. I honestly don’t know why more people aren’t talking about the Lottie London Got It Covered High Coverage Concealer. For under £5 it’s a really great concealer and it has somewhat of a blurring effect as shown in the swatches above. I’d really like to try more from the Lottie London base range going forward as I like this concealer so much.
Have you tried any of the Lottie London base range before?