First Impression: Urban Decay Weightless Concealer


heyaaaaaa friends!

On my recent mini Sephora/Target haul post, I wrote that I purchased the Urban Decay Weightless Concealer. I knowwww I am late to the game (I always am). I tend to use products until I literally have no more and I was using the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer before this one. I just bought the Urban Decay concealer not so long ago but I have tried itΒ  three times already and I wanted to do a first impression post for any of ya’ll who are thinking of getting this concealer as well. Hopefully this will be helpful!IMG_2470_Fotor.jpgIMG_2472_Fotor.jpg

What it Claims to be: High Coverage | Buildable | Weightless | Luminous | Demi-Matte | Invisible

Coverage | It is a medium coverage concealer for me. Like it claims, this concealer is buildable. As you can see, it does a pretty good job at concealing my acne scars on my cheeks with only one layer. I could add a second layer for higher coverage but I didn’t think I needed it. Sometimes, less is more πŸ™‚Β IMG_2488_Fotor_Collage_Fotor.jpg

Application | Extremely easy to blend! It just melts into your skin and that is a big pro for me because that means it takes less time to get ready haha.

Weightless | Yes, it is very light on the skin. For every day I used it, I wore it for at least 8 hours and it never felt like I was wearing a concealer. It really does just feel like a second skin.IMG_2478_Fotor_Collage_Fotor.jpg

Luminosity | Umm, this one is kind of a yes. I mean I don’t think I look luminous when I have this concealer on. It does brighten up the under eye area obviously but for me, in particular, I don’t find it illuminating.

Demi-Matte | This one is a yes! And thank the Lord because I now seem to have oily/dry combo skin so it’s really great to use on my oily t-zone but it also doesn’t dry up around my nose and chin area. I did seem to get a littttleee dry underneath the creases of my under eye but I didn’t wear any primer because I wanted to see how well this worked without it.

Price | This concealer is $28; reasonable for an Urban Decay product. I think it’s a good price for the qualityΒ as well.

Compared to NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer | So far, I think I like this one better. Another great thing is the applicator: it’s this flexible, flat soft sponge so it picks up a lot of product from the tube but it gives you a lot control when applying. I like this one better because it’s not drying, it’s completely weightless, and melts into my skin. The NARS one is excellent but it sunk into the lines underneath my eyes almost every day (even with a good primer/moisturizer). I think it’s just my skin butΒ  I definitely prefer the Urban Decay one as of now.IMG_2475_Fotor.jpg

Summary | So far, loving the product! The best thing about it is that it really is weightless and conceals nicely. If you are looking for a new high-end concealer, try this one!

I hope you found this post helpful! If anyone has been using this products, I would love to know what you think about it. See you next time, friends. Byeeeeeeeeee!

 

xx | paige

 

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14 thoughts on “First Impression: Urban Decay Weightless Concealer

  1. Omg i’d like to get this one! But my money ran out on many other products. Furthermore they don’t have urban decay in my country so I’ll have to order it online and I don’t even know my shade 😦

    1. Aw! I don’t like ordering makeup online cuz I’m scared of getting the wrong shade! I’m sure online stores like Sephora/ultra will let you exchange with no problem. It is a pricey concealer I have to admit, but I do love it xx

      1. Nooo sephora in my country do not offer exchange or refunds or such, and it’s difficult to order from foreign website because of the customs!! :(( it’s so sad to live in here!! I’ll definitely get one of the concealer if I go abroad again! Anyway, I’d appreciate it if you check my blog and follow it!! I do makeup reviews 😊
        http://harevaden.wordpress.com

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