The Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer has launched today, following the launch of the Max Factor Miracle Pure Foundation, which launched back in January. If you’d like to find out all about the latest Max Factor concealer, keep on reading…
What Is The Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer?
The Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer is designed to work in harmony with the Max Factor Miracle Pure Foundation. It’s inspired by skincare, and is clinically proven to care for your skin, while you wear it, with a lightweight formulation.
“The lightweight formula contains hyaluronic acid, vitamin C and peptides. It gives medium, natural coverage and works perfectly on the face and under the eyes, providing crease-less, all day gentle coverage – illuminating, brightening and giving 24-hydration. Clinically and dermatologically tested, suitable for sensitive skin; with a super soft flexible and precise applicator.“
The Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer claims to be a skin-improving concealer (just like the foundation claims to be a skin-improving foundation), and has a radiant lightweight formula which gives 24 hours of hydration.
Its formula features antioxidants, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and peptides. Promising to be crease-proof, cake-proof, and with a natural coverage that has a luminous finish that lasts. It’s also a 100% vegan concealer, with the packaging being made with recycled materials.
Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer Swatches
The Max Factor Miracle Pure Concealer shade range is quite honestly terrible. There are eight shades to choose from, and you can see the swatches above. The deepest shade is medium at best.
With nothing for those with deep or dark skin tones. They claim these eight shades will match all skintones, but that’s never the case with concealer. If you want to check out the latest Max Factor concealer, it’s available right now.
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