June 21, 2021

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Instant Perfector 4-In-1 Glow Makeup for Summer 2021

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Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Instant Perfector 4-In-1 Glow Makeup ($12.99) is a new highlighter that has a 4-in-1 formula that acts to prime, concealer, and highlighter skin while it evens out your skin tone and provides light coverage. Sounds a lot like what Hourglass was attempting with Veil Retouching Fluid.

I never get on board with these damn things! The whole we’ll prime, concealer, highlighter, and provide coverage to your skin makes me cringe! Typically, the formulas end up being a one trick pony. But hey, Maybelline, get the hell over here and prove a girl wrong.

As with all the Instant Age Rewind products this comes with a built-in sponge applicator. I imagine it’ll be that thin, slightly runny consistency we get from Instant Age Rewind Concealer which I still haven’t made peace with. I purchased Instant Age Rewind when Maybelline introduced it way back in 2011. I was the girl b1tching about it being greasy. Am I the only one that feels that way about the formula? I ALWAYS try so hard to understand the hype that youTubers give it but I never quite get there! It’s creamy yes, it feels sort of hydrating (but more greasy to me), and it blends ok…but there’s just something weird about the texture that I hate. They should have discontinued this and kept on Maybelline Dream Mousse Concealer. That stuff with the bomb dot com.

Anyway enough ranting….

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Instant Perfector 4-In-1 Glow Makeup is available in four shades and should be popping up shortly in drugstores! Ulta.com already has it in stock.

Do you think you’ll try it it?

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  • Susan K

    I’m on board with these types of products lately so I’ll be picking up. Usually I dont like or buy them but occasionally I want or need something extra or in lieu of my usual foundation & powder but I’m not sure what. Since Im never sure how to use these all in ones or what they do it seemed like a good fit for my vague notions of wanting something else. Hope that made sense on some level lol it does in my head. Anyway, they’ve been working out for me.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL I think it made sense to me! ;-D Haha! I’m glad to hear you like the idea of this. I’ll probably skip just because I dislike glow-y makeup!

      • kjh

        Multiuse products seem to work for one or two uses, but not the third. They remind me of the George Foreman grills with interchangeable plates. I have an avoid for you, but possibly a try for Susan. The only ‘my mistake’ product I returned to Big S in a decade. The Saie TM/BB. Omg, oily. No absorbtion. Gaaaross. But it’s loved by the right people.