Foundcealer or Foundation & Concealer Hybrids seem to be a big Spring 2015 Beauty Trend I’m seeing at the moment. Jordana, Clinique, and Tarte all have jumped on the Foundation and Concealer 2 in 1 formula rage and have released or have upcoming products launching that embrace the trend! Foundation Concealer 2 in 1 Formulas sound pretty interesting….!
One might shrug their shoulders and think, well, doesn’t foundation already kinda work as concealer anyway? A good foundation will hide flaws, subdue dullness, cover redness and darkness, and just make you look perfect and flawless right?
Apparently these new Foundation and Concealer all in one formulas work in the same way! They act in a way that you won’t need concealer to hide a blemish or perhaps redness but the really interesting part is they are supposed to be long wearing and lightweight. So you get all the coverage benefits your normal foundation and concealer would give you but with a more lighter formula.
Could prove an interesting concept if brands can create a foundation slash concealer that’s not only pigmented but also incredibly lightweight and natural looking which is apparently what these new hybrid Foundation + Concealer formulas are supposed to do!
Here’s a few that are upcoming to be on the look out for!
Jordana Complete Cover 2-in-1 Concealer & Foundation $3.99
A multitasking foundation that offers full to maximum coverage with an oil free formula that conceals dark spots, dark circles, dark spots, redness, and imperfections while evening out skin tone for a flawless look!
Clinique Beyond Perfecting Foundation + Concealer $27
A foundation concealer hybrid that gives skin lightweight coverage with an oil-free formula that completely covers imperfections while looking super natural.
Tarte Maracuja Miracle Foundcealer (Coming Soon to QVC)
Building lightweight coverage that acts as a concealer and foundation to smooth, soften, and perfect your complexion!
What do you think of the Spring 2015 Beauty Trends of Foundation & Concealer 2-in-1 Formulas?
Does it sound pointless to you?
Or does that idea of lighter coverage that’s pigmented enough to conceal imperfections sound incredible?
Does it sound too BB Cream craze-like to you?