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Sleek MakeUP Lifeproof Concealer Review.

Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. For today’s post I’m coming at you with another product review. I’ve been really enjoying testing out and reviewing products lately and you seem to be enjoying reading them, so I thought I should do another one. Today I’ll be review the Sleek MakeUP Lifeproof Concealer, which you may have seen in my Boots Haul post. (That post will actually be going up after this one, so make sure you keep an eye out for it as I know you all love a good haul post!!)
Before we get round to talking about the product itself, let’s talk a bit about the package because we all know how much packaging encourages me to buy a new product so it can sit and look pretty in my collection. The packaging for this concealer is quite basic and minimalistic, with the clear tube and the black lid with the sleek logo on it. The tube itself is quite thick and it’s almost comparable to the Revolution Conceal and Define Supersize Concealer in terms of size. 

Although the packaging is pretty big compared to a lot of concealer packaging, the dofut applicator is much smaller than expected and it also hasn’t got much of a sponge on the end. This does make it feel quite sharp and harsh in the skin when applying it and this makes it quite difficult to get the product out. Due to this you do have to go in a few times to get more product on to the applicator to get enough product out in order to blend. Although it could be seen as a negative that it’s hard to get the product out of the tube, I think it has taught me to use less concealer for everyday looks, as I do usually slap it on like there’s not tomorrow but this could be seen as a positive too because it’ll last longer. In the reviews that I have read on the website, people have said that it does last a while anyway, which is always a good thing.
This concealer is said to give a full coverage, however, due to the fact not much product comes out, I would say it’s more of a medium, yet buildable, coverage. I think this would be a good product to use for a more natural, lightweight base. With 11 Shades in the collection I think it’s quite a wide range, particularly do a drugstore brand. However, I do feel like the shade range could be wider to be more inclusive. 

Retailing at just £6.99 places it almost in the middle when it comes to prices for drugstore concealers. I do think that it’s well priced for the amount of product you get (7.4ml) and the quality of the product itself, however I do think their could be some improvements when it comes to the applicator, as personally this is the only downfall for me when it comes to this product. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really do appreciate it. I’m uploading a whole lot more now so please be sure to check out my previous posts if you enjoyed this one! (Or if this wasn’t your cup of tea, then I’m sure you can find something that is in the archive).


You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

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