To kick off the new rating system and whatnot, I'm going to start by reviewing my newest 1337 product.
If you're pale-skinned and don't want to look like a tangerine, finding a suitable foundation can be pretty damn tricky. Trickier still, your concealer should always be one shade lighter than your foundation, which seems great in theory until you find out that most cosmetic companies only make two or three shades of concealer, tops. Pain in the butt, right?
But no longer! Thanks to Bobbi Brown, who I previously never really noticed.
Availability: Bobbi Brown.co.uk or Bobbi Brown stores/counters
Packaging: 4/5 Not a work of art, but it's very practical and high quality, and nice and sleek.
Bobbi Brown do a whole range of concealers. Technically the product I'm looking at isn't concealer, it's their cream Corrector, which is pink-based instead of yellow-based and is designed to be used on very heavy under-eye circles under their regular yellow-based Creamy Concealer. But screw that! Turns out it's friggin' amazing as an all-round-everything-super-duper concealer if you just have pale skin with cool pink undertones.
What I Love About It:
- Shade Selection
What I Hate About It:
The price. That's it, it's just shy of £15 which seems like a lot when you see how tiny the pot looks, but it does last a very long time, and a good concealer can rescue a very bad face, so it's absolutely one of my holy-grail 1337 products.
Is It Really Worth It?: Yes. If you haven't yet found your perfect concealer, try these. If you're not sure what shade to go for, try to track down a sample and try it out, because they do more than enough shades.
The Bottom Line: