Essence has launched a brand new complexion collection, with a new foundation and concealer. The concealer is the Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer, and there’s a matching foundation; the Essence Keep Me Covered Foundation.
It’s been a long time since we saw a new foundation and concealer from Essence, so keep on reading to find out all about this new concealer, the shades and the claims.
Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer
“Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer easily hides spots, redness and under-eye circles for a flawless complexion!“
The Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer is a new lightweight liquid concealer, with a non-comedogenic formula.
Essence describe the formula as being easily buildable, for medium to high coverage, allowing you to cover up imperfections, blemishes and under-eye circles with a vegan-friendly formula.
This concealer has been designed to pair perfectly with the matching Keep Me Covered Long-Lasting Foundation. Plus, it has been formulated with aloe vera, to help hydrate the skin, minimize the appearance of pores, soothing any redness, and controlling oil.
The Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer is $4.99, and contains 3.5ml / 0.11 fl.oz of product within a clear plastic tube, with a hot pink lid. There are only ten shades available, and the shades available are;
So, they are all of the ten shades available for the Essence Keep Me Covered Concealer. I can’t believe Essence only chose ten shades for a concealer, as they’ve shown us that they can do much better with their complexion shade ranges in the past.
I really hope Essence and Catrice, as sister brands, work on being more inclusive, as they use different genders in their promotional campaigns (which is amazing).
Yet they think one shade for people of color is enough? It isn’t, and it needs to be improved, so everyone can try Essence complexion products, regardless of their skintone.
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