February 10, 2020

Beautyblender Bounce Airbrush Liquid Whip Concealer May Be the Next Concealer I Try

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Good Morning! What way to wake up and return to the land of beauty blogging than with a new concealer! I got my eye on you BeautyBlender Bounce Airbrush Liquid Whip Concealer. I’ve been fiddling around with other concealers but I almost always return to good old Tarte Shape Tape. I will swear the the makeup gods that the formula changed. When I first tried Shape Tape I was amazing how creamy and non-drying it was. When I finished my first tube I purchased another one and since that it’s all downhill! It feels like the formula is very drying lately. I’ve discovered if I apply Good Molecules Wake Up Eye Serum, pat it into place, allow it to sink in, and apply my most moisturizing eye cream on top I get a really good base for Shape Tape to adhere to! No dryness, no creeping into fine lines! But I never had to go through so many steps to “make” it work before. The formula was always really super creamy and easy to blend. I’m either getting older or the formula has changed and gotten a bit drier. None the less, I’ve made it work and I tend to return back to more than any other concealer I own.

What are the chances the new Beautyblender Bounce Airbrush Liquid Whip Concealer might change that?

I doubt it but I’d love to be surprised if it did. This new full-coverage concealer contains hyaluronic acid and peptides to create smooth coverage while brightening and moisturizing the under eye area. It’s available in over 24 shades as well!

I’m most intrigued by the applicator which looks like a tiny Beautyblender! They actually make no mention of it in the marketing but I’d be curious how it applies and possibly blends the concealer!

Sounds good to me! I think Beautyblender Bounce Airbrush Liquid Whip Concealer may be the next concealer I try.

Beautyblender Bounce Airbrush Liquid Whip Concealer is $26 and available now at Sephora.

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