I’ve never worn much BareMinerals (with the exception of their 100% Natural Lip Gloss, which was my go-to nude lippie for ages), but their newest crop of products are pretty hard to resist. A girl can never have too many good concealers on hand, so I was anxious to try their new BareMinerals SPF 20 Correcting Concealer, $20. BareMinerals is known for their powder-based products, so the idea of a full-coverage, cream product from the brand was too intriguing too pass up.
Here’s what the product claims:
- COVERAGE:Â medium-to-full
- TEXTURE:Â creamy
- Available in 8 shades
This creamy formula combines SPF protection with superior, lightweight coverage that blends seamlessly to conceal blemishes, dark under-eye circles andÂ other skin imperfections all day long. More thanÂ a concealer, it also works to decrease the appearanceÂ of dark spots and discolorations for a radiant,Â even-toned complexion.
- CopperÂ is an ingredient known for its brightening and nourishing properties.
Formulated without parabens, synthetic fragrancesÂ and artificial oils.
I tried this concealer in Deep 2, the deepest shade offered. Take a look at some pics:
BareMinerals SPF 20 Correcting Concealer in Deep 2 (flash)
BareMinerals SPF 20 Correcting Concealer in Deep 2 – closest to actual product color (no flash)
I really like this concealer! It does, in fact, provide full coverage, but I found it to give the fullest coverage with the least layering when applied over my foundation or bb cream. The peachiness of Deep 2 worked well at disguising dark circles, but despite it’s creamy formula, I found it to be less emollient than I would like for my under eye area, which tends to be very dry. This may not be an issue for you, depending on what the skin in your eye area is like, and does help it to stay in place.
BareMinerals SPF 20 Correcting Concealer in Deep 2 – looks less peach here than it is (no flash)
This concealer really excelled at covering my dark spots with just a layer or two dabbed on with my finger or a concealer brush. The peachiness came out when applied to my face, but blended into my skin tone well. I loved the lightweight feel and great coverage, and may pick up Dark 2 as I lose my summer tan. This is a really good concealer, but the limited range of deeper shades will keep a lot of Â brown girls from being able to use it. If you’re near a BareMinerals store or counter this is definitely worth a stop in to try it out. According to their website, the two lone brown shades are supposed to match all of their Dark and Deep foundation shades, but hopefully the brand will release more shades.
A few more BareMinerals products may have to make their way into my fall beauty arsenal, and their The Happy Place neutral shadow palette and Ready solid Foundation, may be my firstÂ acquisitions, lol. BareMinerals has also released their new Stroke of Light Eye Brightener, $22, which looks like it may be comparable to YSL’s Touche Eclat, which is a fave of mine, but pricey at $44. I’llÂ definitelyÂ have to try it out and report back.
I just may be a BareMinerals convert, lol!Â Have you tried any BareMinerals products? Will you try any of their new product releases?