Napoleon Perdis Pro Palette Concealer Review & Swatches

I like options, I like variety, that’s why color wheel style concealers are rather brilliant. They offer not one shade of concealer but several. For a beauty junkie like me, options and variety are a good thing.

Napoleon Perdis’ Pro Palette Concealer is a trio of concealers that lets you mix and match your perfect shade of concealer. This is housed in a tiny compact, about the size of a MAC eyeshadow, so it totes around easily with you for touch ups on the go.

This is actually chock full of goodness for the days you don’t want a ton of makeup on your face. The wheel contains a yellow corrector and two beige concealers (one light, one dark) that you can mix and match to your hearts content to create your perfect shade of coverage. The formula has an emollient texture that blends easily and offers sheer to medium coverage. Sadly, it won’t conceal major issues in my humblest which is why I enjoy it for days I’m not wearing a ton of makeup on my face as it’ll brighten up eyes nicely without over doing things in the least. I also love the addition of the correcting yellow shade which can be used to diffuse the appearance of darkness prior to applying one or both shades of the beige.

I think this is a lovely little basic concealer but the price is a tad too high for a recommendation. For what you are getting I’d be happier with a $15 price point but the $40 it is just seems very bloated.

Lovely stuff for lightweight wearin’ but the price needs to be an ickle lower.


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  • 3/13/12 11:52 LINDARRAGNAR:

    the concealers look nice, but I agree with you muse. To high of a price!! Actually to me all of NP’s stuff is too expensive


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