Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer Review
Damnit all I hate to be the bearer of bad news sigh! I have to break it to you but Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer isn't going to cover up any tattoos you might have and it's kinda sorta over priced.
It's really good.
Got lots and lots to conceal? Dark circles? Puffiness? Fine lines? Full blow wrinkles? A pimple or two? Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer has you covered, literally.
If it's heavy duty you seek, heavy duty you'll get with this brand new concealer from tattoo artist Kat Von D. This creamy concealer promises to become your secret weapon at concealing it all including tattoos....ok let's not get too crazy now Kat...this is SO not going to hide tattoos. It's pigmented that's for damn sure but NOT that pigmented. Paraben-free and ready to service your problem areas this one is well worth laying down $25 USD for.
I liked it. Alot.
First of all major prepping is required as the formula is very creamy but it does dry down to a matte finish would could age eyes and cause more dryness in an already dry area. In my case, my under eye area is like the Sahara Desert so I do have to be careful with this. However, with proper prepping and priming you'll happily be able to blend away imperfections under your eyes and virtually cover everything up with fantastic results for a smooth, flawless finish. This could become HG material for me.
The coverage is comparable to nothing else I own and is on par with theatrical makeup such as items from Ben Nye or Kryolan. It's heavily pigmented so if you're suffering from heavy dark circles this will instantly become your new best friend. I don't have terrible dark circles but I do have tired eyes in the morning and puffiness which I seek to conceal for a fresher more awake look and this does that in aces and spades.
The product blends fairly well but it does feel rather dry on and has the potential to crease and cake so as I mentioned prep, prep, prep prior to use. It'll settle into fine lines so use a tiny bit as that's all you really need considering the pigmentation on the product. A little goes a long way and too much will just cake, crease, and settle into fine lines.
Price tag...hmmmmm $25 bucks...that's alot of money. I know how cheap of me right? But Make Up For Ever Lift Concealer is $22 USD....and this is $25 USD...kinda costly dontcha think? But in it's defense I will say it's worth it.
If you thought that Make Up For Ever Lift Concealer wasn't dense enough and had a watery formula you may very well adore Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer as the formula is a good deal creamier and heavier but it does have the potential to look unnatural so again I'll remind you a little goes a long way.
I'm Muse Approving this for purchase simply because it does hide major baggage. If you're looking for a seriously pigmented concealer that will cover it ALL up I highly suggest snagging one of these. I really liked it and I'll definitely pick up another when I've run through this tube.
Tell the Muse!