Product Review: Pat McGrath Concealer
Nearly $60 is a lot for a concealer and under-eye powder, so I hope this Pat McGrath concealer review will help you spend your coins wisely!
Why You Should Purchase Both Products
You can buy the Pat McGrath concealer and under eye powder together or separately. I recommend getting the duo. The concealer is great on its own. However, the setting powder takes it to another level.
The under-eye blurring powder is a game-changer. The finish is matte and very skin-like. At the same time, it doesn't look cakey.
Learn How to Highlight With Concealer
Watch the tutorial to see the products in action. After the video, we'll talk about the best tools for a flawless complexion.
Brushes Can Give You a More Flawless Finish
I've really been focusing on ways to prevent my makeup from looking like makeup. What I've learned is it's a mix of products, tools, and techniques.
I prefer brushes to apply foundation and concealer. The Sigma F80 Flat Kabuki brush and the Sigma F80 Air Flat Kabuki are my go-to brushes. I use the brush to buff the foundation into my skin. Then, I use a sponge to pick up any excess. The result is a skin-like finish.
Sigma's F64 Soft Blend Concealer brush is another favorite. You can maintain coverage and get an airbrushed effect with this brush. Start by applying concealer near the inner part of the eye. Then use the brush to blend it out.
I hope this Pat McGrath concealer review helps you out! I'm a big fan of Pat McGrath products, and I wasn't disappointed with this purchase.
What are your tips and tricks to get a flawless, skin-like finish?