August 28, 2018

I Have To Ask Are You Using Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Concealer?

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Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Concealer

This Summer I’ve been using Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Concealer and I forgot how damn good this is. How does that happen anyway? I discovered this when it originally launched back in 2014 and I remember using it every single day until some other concealer took its place. Why do we do that? Why do we find great formulas and push them away to try something new? Sigh! The life of a makeup junkie I guess.

Anyway, this Summer I rediscovered my love for this formula and if you aren’t already I must ask why aren’t you using Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Concealer?

Tarte Shape Tape sort of took over my life at some point but I’m unsure if they changed the formula or my eyes are just drier because it isn’t quite working out right for me. I know my eyes are dry but I could wear the formula isn’t as creamy as it once was! Anyway, I decided to take a little break from it and instead of buying something new I just reverted back to concealers I already love and use and one of those is Dermablend Smooth Liquid Camo Concealer.

This stuff is brilliantly pigmented, lightly creamy, hydrating, and doesn’t crease into my finer eyes. I forgot how easily it applies with a smooth, easy glide and it blends like absolute butter. Sadly, it’s a little short in the shad department but if you do happen to run across a shade that works for you I highly recommend checking it out. It really is one of the better concealer formulas out there and definitely holy grail status.

Now I have to ask myself why the heck I stopped using it to begin with?

Where to buy

Ulta

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  • Deb

    Thanks for the rec, Muse. I’ve never tried this and now you’ve made me curious to do so. My Tarte Shape Tape went in the garbage can. Don’t care what anyone says, that stuff is not for everyone. Too dry. I tried it so many ways with different prep products and it was dry as the desert. Every single time.

    • Isabella Muse

      My pleasure! Check it out, it’s great ;-D I dunno what happened with Shape Tape. When I first tried it, original launch, I was amazed it was so creamy and not as dry as I expected. It seems like they reformulated it as it’s very, very drying lately on me 🙁 You might want to try a little oil under your eyes, that def helps ;-D

  • Christina

    I must be the only person on the planet who doesn’t use a concealer under my eyes. I use an illuminator. Sometimes I need a bit more coverage on nights I didn’t get enough sleep, but I think every concealer looks thick and accentuates my dry flaky skin. I’m going to check this out next time I’m at the store. If it’s pigmented, I imagine I can sheer it out for a really natural look and still get good coverage.

    • kjh

      FAB tint triple duty, maybe primer, corrector, brightener (the only Becca I use) and concealer. One product? I might do one and done on the lid, but need four under eye to go 5′ to the mailbox. I’ve needed concealer since grade 4. Thanks, Dad. You are beyond lucky.

  • Jane

    I’m actually going to try and get through my concealer backlog (Nars Creamy, Bobbi Brown something, Maybelline’s Age Rewind and the amazingly good reformulation of the L’Oréal True Match or blend of whatever – that stuff is amazeballs) but I like this rec. I like that the brand is old school, too. (When I clear my foundation backlog, I’m going to try the famous Merle Norman powder foundation next!)

    Thank you, Muse!