- Blends easily with a brush
- A little bit goes a long way
- Little to no creasing and settling
- Inclusive shade range (30 shades)
- Can look heavy and accentuate fine lines if applied heavy handed
ColourPop Concealer Review
‘No Filter Needed’ with this ColourPop concealer. It provides lightweight, full coverage that blurs imperfections. And, it lasts all day with minimal creasing or settling.
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‘No Filter Needed’ with this ColourPop concealer (and I agree!).
ColourPop is home to some stellar products that I love, such as the Just A Tint lip crayon, eyeshadows, and even their eyeliners are solid. But, right now, we’re talking about something that isn’t as much of color product, but a base product: No Filter Concealer. No Filter promises to give you a ‘no filter needed’ look when concealing anything from dark circles to blemishes to redness. I mean, that sounds pretty great to me! Let’s jump into ColourPop No Filter Concealer review
Promises vs. Performance: This ColourPop concealer claims matte, blurred coverage that wears without creases.
I’m listening. But, if that wasn’t enough No Filter Concealer promises to cover anything from dark circles to blemishes to redness and even discoloration in just one swipe. And, seamlessly at that. ColourPop promises a blendable, smooth application that wears with no creasing, all while protecting the delicate under eye area with ingredients such as hydrating marine extracts. The formula also features soft blurring pigment technology to give you a flawless complexion that lasts all day. It promises a lightweight wear, and you can even use it for contouring! Let’s see how this concealer held up.
My Review Thoughts on ColourPop No Filter Concealer
Initial reaction: I need to mix two shades together, Fair 6 and Light Neutral 15 (ColourPop has since changed their shades, and this is now Light Neutral 14) to match my skin. This gives me the perfect shade to conceal my dark circles. Using a brush, I have a seamless, blendable application as promised. A little goes a long way with this concealer, which ensures it stays feeling lightweight.
I’ve got to say, the wear of this concealer surprised me the first time I tried it. Though, I shouldn’t have been too shocked since ColourPop makes some bomb products. I did set my under eyes using the No Filter Setting Powder, which I think really aids in how much I enjoy this concealer. The two together gives me a beautiful, blurred under eye area that lasts all day with very minimal creasing and settling. I don’t feel like my under eyes look dry or cakey at all when I wear this concealer.
Quick Rating Rundown
:ColourPop No Filter Matte Concealer
Let’s Review How It Compares: ColourPop No Filter Concealer did not let me down.
What can I say, ColourPop has some high performing products. I shouldn’t be surprised that I enjoy the wear of this concealer, and I’m not sure if it’s the combination of it with a powder, but wow! It conceals my dark circles with very little product (as claimed – just one swipe will cover it all!), and I am left with a blurred finish. My dark circles stay concealed all day and there is very minimal settling or creasing. I’m definitely going to keep this product in my rotation and continue using it.
In this part of the review I do want to compare ColourPop No Filter Concealer to what I consider the standard drugstore concealer: Maybelline Instant Age Rewind (rated ****4.1). Instant Age Rewind provides about the same amount of coverage, though I feel you have to use a bit more product. It also has a phenomenal wear that lasts all day with little creasing or settling. I will say, I don’t love the packaging of Instant Age Rewind. The wind-up applicator and sponge can be pretty messy. Whether you choose Maybelline or ColourPop, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed by the performance of either. If you’ve tried them both, what’s your favorite?
Milabu Beauty Method: Conceal dark circles, blemishes, redness, and discoloration with No Filter ColourPop concealer.
- Using the doe foot applicator, dab a tiny amount of product on any areas you wish to conceal. Remember, a little bit goes a long way and you can always add more!
- Blend out using a brush. My favorite concealer brush is this one from Rare Beauty ($16).
- Set with a powder. I enjoy Coty Airspun ($5.79) for under the eyes, as it works as a setting or baking powder.
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