If you spend $25 at sephora.com you can snag a free mini Tarte Sea Hydrocealer Concealer with code MUSTSEA. If you’re not up for spending that much you can snag a 0.03 oz in the entire shade range for $10. I mean, how cool is it all 30 shades are available in a deluxe size? I’m still in awe of brands doing this lately and can’t thank them enough for it. This is a relief because I was going to order a full-size from QVC but I cancelled the order because it was like two weeks and still hadn’t shipped. And here Sephora is making my dreams come true with a mini size. Because let’s be honest mini is where it’s at after the Tarte Creaseless Concealer dilemma.
I’m just over here hoping Sea Hydrocealer Concealer is the new, moisturizing version of Shape Tape! Yes, I still use Shape Tape but I’m convinced the formula has changed a bit since I first started using it. Either that or I’ve gotten drier. The formula feels a little less creamy and hydrating than the original formula. I still love it, still use it religiously, but yes, I’m still wanting a more hydrating version of it. That being said, hydrating isn’t always better. Combining pigment and hydration is challenging in my opinion. Hydrating formulas tend to apply more sheer and don’t wear as long. So, it’s hard to prefer a good full-coverage hydrating concealer.
Sadly, this is medium-coverage with a more natural finish so don’t expect Shape Tape’s crazy pigmentation. It promises hydrating coverage for up to 12 hours but of course, I’m skeptical as well as a formula that contains Niacinamide and Caffeine.
A full-size is 0.21 oz and $24 making the smaller $10 mini not a perfect deal but it will save you some cash if you end up hating the formula.
Snag your free mini or deluxe size of Tarte Sea Hydrocealer Concealer now at Sephora.