Hourglass have gone from strength to strength since they launched their Vanish Stick Foundation in 2017. Since the original stick foundation, they’ve also launched the Vanish Liquid Foundation a year ago.
To complement both the stick and liquid foundations, comes the new addition to the Vanish collection; the Hourglass Vanish Airbrush Concealer.
The Hourglass Vanish Airbrush Concealer is £34 for 6ml, and is available to purchase from Sephora, Liberty London and Cult Beauty. The packaging is simple, yet sleek with a long rectangular clear plastic tube and a bronze metallic lid.
The concealer has a slightly more unique applicator, as it has a rounded small doefoot applicator which lends itself well for precise application.
Hourglass Vanish Airbrush Concealer
The Hourglass Vanish Airbrush Concealer is a full coverage, weightless and waterproof concealer with micro spherical powders that blur and brighten the skin for upto 16 hours.
Designed to be crease resistant and light reflecting, and blends seamlessly into the skin whilst diffusing the look of pores and fine lines. With a highly pigmented formula, the concealer evens out skintone to conceal your dark circles, blemishes and other imperfections for the perfect airbrushed finish.
• Weightless, creamy formula instantly blends into skin and sets to a natural, airbrushed finish
• Liquid formula conceals dark circles, discoloration, blemishes, age spots and hyperpigmentation
• Contains reflective microspherical powders that diffuse across pores, fine lines and wrinkles to smooth the skin’s appearance
• Custom designed applicator has unique flexibility, allowing it to hug contours for added precision
• Applicator is perfectly flocked to prevent tugging on delicate skin
• Long-wearing for 16 hours
• Crease-resistant for 16 hours
• Range includes shades that can be used for color correcting
• Vegan and cruelty free
The Hourglass Vanish Airbrush Concealer is available in a total of 22 shades; Birch, Creme, Cotton, Silk, Oat, Cedar, Pearl, Fawn, Sepia, Apricot, Beech, Sienna, Topaz, Dune, Flax, Maple, Umber, Teak, Brandy, Velvet, Mocha and Anise.
The shade range isn’t the best, and from the swatches above, the shades all look very warm in tone. The concealer is being marketed as being able to be used for colour correction too, but there don’t appear to be any cool toned shades.