June 4, 2019

Makeup Obsession Mega Concealer Or Is It Just Makeup Revolution’s Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer?

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The new super affordable Makeup Obsession by Revolution Beauty launched at Target yesterday and I got to wonder is the new Makeup Obsession Mega Concealer the same formula as Makeup Revolution’s Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer? These are the things that keep me up at night.

This new makeup range is 100% Vegan and includes eyeshadow palettes, highlighters, concealers, and more for $4.99 to $14.99 and will be available exclusively at Target. Being the concealer junkie I am the first thing that caught my eye was the Mega Concealer that’s $9.99.

This formula apparently contains caffeine and acts to conceal dark circles, blemishes, and other imperfections. The demi-matte finish promises a creamy texture and the extra large applicator works a treat if you’re using this formula for contouring work! I did think since they are made by the same company that perhaps the formula would be the same as the amazing, incredible Makeup Revolution’s Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer but looks like they are different since I always felt like Makeup Revolution’s formula was creamy and hydrating. This promises a demi-matte finish. Also, Makeup Revolution’s Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer is available in large selection of shades where as Mega Concealer is available in merely nine shades.

None the less as a fan of Makeup Revolution’s Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer I must try out Mega Concealer to compare the two!

So, putting my concealer obsession aside for a moment let’s dig a little deeper into Makeup Obsession.

First off, the collection is available exclusively at Target and thus far it’s only popped up online! I’m not sure if they have plans to bring it to stores. I was at Target yesterday afternoon and didn’t see any of these items as of yet.

The collection focuses heavily on eyeshadow palettes which contain 16 or more shades and will set you back about ten bucks. It’s a textbook Makeup Revolution release that seems to focus on “fun” offerings that should be appealing to tweens or teens. Makeup Revolution can be very hit or miss for me so, many of these items don’t really look that great. I have to see them in person though as maybe something will catch my eye! I’m definitely interested in trying to concealer as most of us already know that Makeup Revolution gets concealer down right!

Do you check out the Makeup Obsession Collection?

What did you think?

Where to buy

Target

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  • kjh

    Revolution C&D is good enough for me. In fact, I prefer it to Nars RCC and virtually every other HE concealer tried. And concealer is my h00r thing, too. IDK if I need to stray. Plays well with other HG products. great shade range that somehow I got right. On sale at Ulta. Score of 3; not too yellow. No BOOO! ingredients. Big win all the way around. Thanks for reviewing the original.