January 7, 2009

Mally Beauty Cancellation Concealer System Review

The Muse has grown quite attached and fond of her Bobbi Brown Concealer Palette since hauling it many, many, many months ago. At first I wasn’t sure I loved it but now I have unquestionable admiration for it. I have many, many, many concealers and the one I reach for daily is the Bobbi Brown Concealer Palette. The combination of concealer and finishing powder makes my woes into smiles! It conceals dark circles, fine lines, and all my other problems with a quick swipe of my brush! Loves it!

Recently I came across the Mally Beauty Cancellation Concealer System on QVC for $35 USD and it’s quickly become holy grail material.

Make the jump read on about the greatness of this three piece kit!

Mally Beauty Cancellation Concealer System excels and appeals in just about every way imagination. Fab packaging, amazing price, and awesome quality. What more could a girl want?

First of all let’s dig on the price.

For $35 USD you’ll get one cream concealer, one setting powder, one dual ended brush (full size), and a pink pouch to store it all in. I spent over $60 USD on the Bobbi Brown Concealer Compact and I’ll repurchase once it’s gone however if you really can’t afford $60 bucks at the moment or don’t even want to consider shelling that much over for concealer I do so highly suggest nabbing one of these kits! You get much more product plus a full size brush and a cute carrying case…hello cheap anyone?

The packaging is absolutely adorable and appeals to my girlish good nature. The pink pooch has a velvet like feel and a snap closure. Snap it open to reveal a loop for holding your brush and two pouches to store each compact. Sweet! The compacts are metal and come in silver and pink colors, one of each. The brush matches with the cream concealer as these are both pink in color where as the powder has a silver compact. I thought it was rather strange and felt like the silver compact somehow didn’t match with the rest of the theme but I got over it.

The entire trio works virtually the same way Bobbi Brown’s Concealer Palette does aside from the fact that Bobbi’s version has three separate concealers for mixing and matching. Brush a bit of the cream concealer on and pat your powder on to set! Simple, done, and just as you would with your BB version. I love having three color options to cocktail with my Bobbi Brown version but I honestly don’t mind in the least this has one color option. That’s perfectly fine as it does the job well enough with any other colors available.

The cream concealer is lovely. It’s creamy, moisturizing, and conceals well without being heavy, creasing, fading, or causing a major mess. It does not have the same consistency as Bobbi’s version however. I noticed it was lighter and actually blended a bit better because it didn’t have that ooeey gooey formula that Bobbi’s sports. I got the lightest option available however there are four shade choices in total so I do believe you’re bound to find a suitable match for your skin type. I actually felt like the light version was too light but I don’t mind as I like my concealer to be a shade down from my skin tone to brighten my eyes up. I don’t have severe dark circles but I do have puffy eyes and a bit of a tired look and I felt this was plenty of coverage for those problems. In regards to darker circles you may or may not need something more….I think it’ll do just fine with darker circles as it is quite pigmented but results vary from person to person.

The powder this comes with isn’t quite as silky as the one that Bobbi Brown’s compact comes with but that doesn’t make it any less of a good product. It goes on well, brightens the eye area up beautifully, and doesn’t crease or age my eyes. I find applying powder under my eyes makes me look decades older this does not do that. I like that it not only sets my concealer for all day coverage but also offers a brightening around my eye area.

Finally the brush included is ideal for application. It’s a dual ended brush which has a blending style brush on one end for the powder application and a concealer brush on the other. Both work great at performing the duty of applying the powder and concealer. Bobbi has the same style brush although this concealer brush is a bit bigger and more dome shaped. I like the blending brush for applying powder…this was a trick I learned with the BB palette and have really embraced. I find a bushy, full blending brush is ideal for picking up powder and applying a thin layer to eyes without making a mess or applying too much.

The concealer lasts pretty much all day without creasing, fading, or creeping into fine lines. It offers fantastic coverage, gives me a flawless look, and creates the illusion of plenty of sleep. I did a little test and wet my arm and proceeded to rub it with a washcloth, you can see the results below and the concealer actually held up very well!

All in all I think the Mally Beauty Cancellation Concealer System is a fabulous find and I’m Muse Approving it for purchase. I highly suggest grabbing one for yourself! It has a 4 out 5 rating on QVC and just general does what it promises with a really nice price tag to match!

Count the Muse impressed! I love it and think it could be holy grail material, have to use it a bit more before I decide but it’s well on it’s way there!

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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Andrea

    Hey girl! I finally got this and I LOVE it. It will probably become my HG concealer. Thanks so much for the recommendation.

    I tried it on my sister’s eyes. She has very bad black circles and her skin and eye area are sooo dry. It flaked up and looked cakey on her eyes. I may have to buy her the Bobbi Brown corrector and concealer (this is one of her Christmas gifts). Any ideas for very dry eyes?

    • the Muse

      fantastic Andrea 😀 I’m SO SO glad you’re loving it 😀 How old is your sis if you don’t mind me asking? Her first defense is start treating that dryness with a good eye cream! Secondly, try getting Kevin Beautymaker Concealer this is the best for really dry eyes. You can get it here:

      I also have a review of it if you search. price is a little jacked up but well worth it! I’ve shopped imomko before and always was a pleasure.

      It blends easily and it’ll give her a nice flawless finish. The BB could prove to rich for her dry eyes and end up creasing b/c of it. Be sure she gets a good eye cream regime going for day and night!

      hope this helps 🙂

  • Andrea

    I’m just now reading this. Thank you so much! My sister is 24. She just has very dry skin. I was going to give her some H2O eye moisturizer, so maybe that will help. She has exzema, too, so I have to be careful with her facial products.

  • Lee Ann

    I just watched an entire hour last night on QVC with Mally Beauty and have to say I was very impressed. I got up this morning and ordered 4 of the products and can’t wait to receive them. 1) Mally Beauty Prep. Poreless Primer; $35 2) Mally Beauty Finish Eye Brightening Face Luminator – $22.80 – this is to be applied AFTER concealer + foundation; 3) Mally Beauty Ever-Color Eye Shadow Stick in “Plum” $25 (can’t wait to get that this) and lastly 4) Mally Beauty Cancellation Concealer – 3 piece system) for $35 – I couldn’t resist the prices of this makeup. Now if only I can figure out how to apply the makeup correctly when I get them. Luckily I can get on QVC and watch the videos of Mally applying the makeup herself!!! Thank you for the review – it definitely helps reading positive reviews about these products.

  • Cari G

    OMG I just found your blog! You’re my new hero! I’ve been putting off getting this concealer and am diving in today. I’m also giving in to being concealer obsessed and will no longer deny myself of having more than one concealer. When the new SmashBox comes available on QVC in May, I’m getting that one too!

    • the Muse

      hi cari good to meet you!

      😀 hehe! I agree, having more than one good concealer is very important imho! The mally kit is awesome also the bobbi brown concealer kit on qvc is awesome 😀

      Quite eager to try the smashbox myself!!!!!!!

  • Emma

    Just bought some of this from QVC uk. Looked good on the tv but I thought I’d better check with the Muse’s opinion here before buying 😀

    • the Muse

      emma you’re gonna LOVE it 😀 best system evers 😀 stop back maybe do a user review tell me whatcha think 😀