Ahead of this double-ended wand of brilliance arrived my way, Nars Soft Matte Total Concealer (£24) had been my go-to for years. In actuality, I have been so hooked up to that concealer that I haven’t truly felt a have to have to attempt everything various. Nevertheless, in current months (thanks to cold weather conditions and essentially leaving the home), I have seen that my skin is turning a very little drier and have been in the market for anything a teensy little bit creamier. On top of that, my breakouts and scarring have gotten out of management, leaving me with purple blotches all about my chin. And although I have normally liked my pot of Nars, the super-matte system hasn’t been carrying out me any favours.
In my quest to come across a new concealer for the time ahead, I stumbled across the new Key Camouflage Duo from Laura Mercier. I had listened to that the unique Mystery Camouflage (which comes in a compact) is cherished by make-up artists much and broad thanks to its entire coverage and uncomplicated blendability. On the other hand, mainly because I’m the sort of person who throws my concealer into my handbag and reapplies it all working day, the bulkiness of the compact under no circumstances appealed to me. But this new addition will come in a useful wind-up stick with a corrector on a person finish, ideal for covering up blemishes and redness, and a brightener on the other, suited wonderfully for dim circles. So I imagined I’d give it a whirl.