The Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Skincaring Concealer has launched, following the success of the Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Skincaring Foundation, which launched back in January.
The foundation offers up to 24 hours of wear time, and is described as being skincare meets skin perfection in a nourishing foundation with hyaluronic acid. If you’d like to find out all about the matching concealer, keep on reading.
“Flawless Finish Skincaring Concealer is a long-wearing formula that conceals imperfections, brightens and contours while nourishing the skin. Enriched with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C, and E, it conditions the under-eye area and leaves skin feeling instantly moisturized.
The ultra-lightweight concealer won’t settle into fine lines, wrinkles, or pores, flake, or rub off on clothes for 16 hours. Skincare meets skin perfection in the ultimate natural-finish makeup formula.“
The Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Skincaring Concealer is $27, and claims to offer up to 24 hours of wear, with buildable coverage, a natural finish and an ultra-lightweight feel.
Apply using the cushiony, teardrop-shaped wand to conceal dark circles, brighten the under eye area, contour and highlight.
The above image is one of the marketing images for the Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Skincaring Concealer, and it’s kinda shocking that a highend makeup brand would deem nine shades as being “diverse”.
It’s a terrible shade range, and there are zero shades for deep skintones, which isn’t acceptable in 2021. They created 40 shades for the foundation, so I have no idea how they can see nine shades as being diverse, and it looks like eight shades are warm toned, and only one is cool toned. They need to sort the shade range out, as it’s terrible.
The skin of the models in the Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Skincaring Concealer images, does look beautiful, so it looks like it is a beautiful concealer, it’s just a shame that the shade range lets the product down.
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