Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite Review & Swatches

Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite

Hey Glamoflauge fans here’s a new Blendable Concealer Duo from Hard Candy that launched for Spring 2014. Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite is a new way to apply Glamoflauge!

This dual sided twist up pen concealer contains a correct shade and a concealer shade that can be used around your face.

Take a look!

This isn’t the first time Hard Candy has launched a pen concealer as Perfect Cover Up is also part of the permanent collection but Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite takes things a step above with two shades of concealer and correcting power.

Available in four shades Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite is marketed to cover blemishes and small imperfections on your face. You can use the shades to customize the color you need to conceal your problem issues. The lighter shade is perfect for correcting and the darker used on top to match your skin tone and cover everything all up!

If you do a lot of spot concealing on your face this is GREAT! I don’t personally use concealer on my face but you can contour with it and use it around your eye sockets to lighten the area up etc….The formula runs a bit drier if you’re planning to use it under your eyes and it tugs a bit during blending but I like using it on my upper cheek bones and around the sockets of my eyes to contour and brighten the entire area up. I love the fact that I can use the lighter shade to brighten and the darker on top so I’m not looking ghastly. It is considerably creamier and easier to use around your face. I’d liken the texture to the Bare Minerals Well Rested CC Eye Primer I recently reviewed so if you’re looking for a cheaper option of that product this would fit the bill.

Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite5

Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite Blendable Concealer Duo

Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite swatches

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I wish it was A TOUCH creamier for use under my eyes but I felt I was tugging a little around this area but it should work well if you have oily skin as it’ll have more of an easier glide however, those of us with finer lines and drier eyes might feel the challenge during application.

I liked it on a whole though! If you do a lot of contouring work it’ll be a nifty little tool! Believe me applied around your eye sockets/upper cheek bones it creates a beautifully brighter, wide awake appearance! And of course, if you do a lot of spot concealing this is a great tool to do so!

Hard Candy Glamoflauge Lite is available exclusively at Walmart and Walmart.com for $6.


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  • 4/2/14 17:44 kimkats:

    Oooooo… it’s got a peachy shade for correcting! I may invest a few sheckles in this and see how it works!! Thanks Muse – HC has come out with a ton of new things this spring, and a lot of them look pretty nice!


    • 4/9/14 10:38 Isabella Muse:

      aw my pleasure kim 😀


  • 4/2/14 19:18 Jenna PS:

    Have this stuff and absolutely adore! It will last me forever so no need for a new concealer for me!


  • 4/2/14 19:52 Reed:

    I’m so glad that you reviewed this! I’ve been using this since I bought it and I’m really happy with it. :) I do agree it could be a touch more creamier though.


    • 4/2/14 21:26 Isabella Muse:

      reed we’d probably hit solid gold awesome if it was a touch more creamy and hydrating! 😀 that would make it HG!!!!!!! but still not a damn bad formula at this price 😀


      • 4/4/14 21:13 Reed:

        Yeah ugh!!! It’s too bad. Maybe in the summertime + moisturizing haha 😛


        • 4/7/14 15:36 Isabella Muse:

          maybe! :)


  • 4/2/14 23:02 Jade:

    I’m glad to see you reviewed this! I was just looking at it today and almost bought it but I wasn’t sure.. might try it now :)


  • 4/2/14 23:32 Grace:

    Hi Muse, does this dry to a powder? Would you say it’s comparable to Loreal’s concealer crayon? I have the Loreal one but I find it a tad drying and I think it’s because it dries to a powder.. wonder if the Hard Candy one is similar or at least not as dry, thanks!


  • 4/3/14 9:04 kellly:

    I might give this a try. I’m always on the lookout for concealers, too! I would apply it to my finger first and then to my eye area which might soften the formula a little and make it tug less when applying it. Thanks!


    • 4/3/14 9:09 Isabella Muse:

      my pleasure let me know how you do!


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