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This is very exciting indeed and I have the details! Here’s the lowdown on the brand new ELF 16 Hr Camo Concealer! I have all the shade swatches here for you!
I feel like 2019 is the year of the concealer so far. There have been so many launches, many of which are on the luxury end of the scale, but also some brand new high street offerings. This is one of them and it is absolutely brilliant.
See it applied in this video:
ELF is having a moment for sure, and this new launch will place them firmly on the map for quality, high performance, affordability in 2019. It’s about long wear full coverage in a matte finish.
ELF 16 Hr Camo Concealer Features
- Full coverage finish
- 16 hour wear
- Can be used to conceal, correct, contour & highlight
- Highly pigmented formula
- Lightweight texture
- Dries to a matte finish with an oil-balancing formula
- Won’t settle into creases or lines
- Suitable for all skin types
- Large doe-foot applicator for easy application
ELF 16 Hr Camo Concealer Shades & Swatches
The concealers are very cleverly organised shade wise. They are divided into shade range, eg fair, light, medium, which is then split into undertone, cool, neutral, warm. I have them all here.
- Rose 1 (cool)
- Warm 2 (warm)
- Beige 3 (neutral)
- Sand 4 (neutral)
- Peach 5 (cool)
- Beige 6 (warm)
- Peach 7 (cool)
- Sand 8 (neutral)
- Beige 9 (warm)
- Sand 10 (warm)
- Walnut 11 (cool)
- Latte 12 (neutral)
- Olive 13 (warm)
- Chestnut 14 (warm)
- Cinnamon 15 (cool)
- Chocolate 16 (warm)
- Cocoa 17 (neutral)
- Ebony 18 (cool)
The shade range is pretty good I think. In terms of the lighter shades which I am most familiar with, the selection is excellent. They go very light, which is often lacking in many ranges. I’m pretty pale and I think I can actually use one of the lighter medium shades.
I don’t have before and after photos just yet, but I will update with those as soon as I can. I’ve been playing with the formula and it’s pretty impressive. The concealer has a matte finish, which isn’t usually my preference, but the coverage is so good that I am rather won over by this. It makes fast work of redness, pigmentation, blemishes, imperfections and pores, and blends effortlessly into the skin.
It leaves a long lasting, velvety matte finish that looks almost airbrushed. I even tried it under my eyes, where I tend not to use any matte products, and it was still good. I mean, I do like something a lot dewier for that area, but it isn’t at all unflattering and doesn’t settle into the lines.
I’ll update with before and after photos as soon as I can. The best news is the price! Only £5! The ELF 16 Hour Camo Concealer is available HERE now.
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