If you’re looking to try a brand new concealer, DIOR have just launched the DIOR Forever Skin Correct Concealer abd it’s already getting rave reviews online. Offering 24hr wear and full coverage, keep reading to find out more…
DIOR Forever Skin Correct Concealer
overage is buildable: from light – applied locally – to full – all over the face. Signs of fatigue fade away.
Enriched with wild pansy extract, this 24h* of concentrated skincare smooths and moisturizes skin for a refined appearance. The quality of the complexion progressively improves.
Forever Skin Correct suits all skin tones and is available in 30 shades, to perfectly match the Dior Forever foundations for a high-perfection finish.
“Forever Skin Correct is applied after blending the Dior Forever fluid foundation, focusing on areas that need additional correction: undereye circles, localized redness, imperfections. Applied with the applicator, it can be blended with fingers or a brush.” Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup.
1. Enhance the eye area: apply the Forever Skin Correct concealer on the mobile eyelid, beneath the brow bone and on the outer corner.
2. Brighten: apply on shadowy areas of the face (undereye circles, dip of the chin and sides of the nose).
3. Contour: apply on the forehead, bridge of the nose, tip of the chin and on top of the cheekbones.
The DIOR Forever Skin Correct Concealer is available in 30 different shades and is £25 for 11ml of product. The packaging is very DIOR, with a clear plastic rectangular tube with silver writing, and a large doefoot applicator.
The DIOR Forever Skin Correct Concealer shade range is good but there is definitely room for lighter shades. DIOR never has decent enough pale shades within their base product ranges, although there are a few deep shades which is good.
The DIOR Forever Skin Correct Concealer is marketed as being something you can use for concealing, contouring and highlighting by choosing shades lighter and deeper than your skin tone.
That would prove to be expensive at £25 per tube, but as a concealer, the formula sounds very promising and it’s getting many rave reviews right now so it might be worth a try.