25 October

Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer vs. NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer - Vegan & Cruelty Free

Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer vs. NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer


In today's post I would like to compare two similar concealers Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer and NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer. Both concealers are highly opaque, have similar packaging and a close price. If you want to know which I think is better I invite you to the rest of the post.

Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer

Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer


Manufacturer's Description:


A well pigmented concealer for the face in a comfortable tube.
The product has a high degree of opacity that hides all skin imperfections.
Concealer covers redness, discoloration, cracked capillaries, scars.
The product also allows to cover the tattoo on the skin.
Concealer provides perfect, long-lasting makeup.

My opinion:


I'll start with the concealer from Revolution Pro. It has 18 shades to choose from! I’ll describe my summer shade – C5, but I know that Makeup Revolution has lighter shades. I already had a concealer in the shade C1 and it had a nice, neutral light color.

The Full Cover concealer is really full cover. After I use it my dark circles disappear in a minute. It has a fairly creamy, dense texture that needs to be powdered in order not to emphasize the wrinkles. The concealer on my dry skin looks very healthy, its finish is quite "shiny".  I really like how this product looks on my skin for the first few hours, but unfortunately after 4-5 hours it starts to looks cakey and very strongly fall into the wrinkles.

I also tried to use it as a base for eyeshadows, but unfortunately after a few hours the shadows looks oily and descend from the eyelids.

The concealer has 8.5 ml and after opening it must be used in 6 months.

Price: Approx. $ 5-8 / 8.5 ml

 NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer

NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer


Manufacturer's Description:


The ' Gotcha ' Covered Concealer will always hide you! Our concealer now has 10 great shades and is waterproof. It effectively concees all blemishes and imperfections without crushing and driping. Thanks to the coconut oil content, our concealer perfectly spreads and gives the face a healthy look.

My opinion:


The concealer from Nyx has a little less shades to choose from and unfortunately a worse choice of colors for darker girls. In turn, it seems to me that shade Alabaster GCC00 is lighter than the C1 from Revolution Pro. It’s light enough that even in winter I can brighten with it my under eyes.

The concealer has a very good opacity and doesn’t dry the skin (even under the eyes).  It blends well and just a little bit of it covers pretty well the imperfections or shadows under the eyes. Likewise, the Revolution corrector has a creamy, dense texture.
The Nyx concealer also looks healthy on my skin, however it has a more satin finish from the concealer from Revolution. This product lasts longer on the skin, but at the end of the day it no longer looks so fresh and healthy.

As a base for the shadows, it tones down the eyelid color and maintains the shadows, but I think that people with oily eyelids won’t like it.

The concealer has 8 ml and after opening it must be used in 12 months.

Price: approx. $ 9 / 8 ml

Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer vs. NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer

Summary:

Each of the concealers are very efficient and quite opaque. Both products look best applied with a finger or a sponge. Each of them must be powdered and despite this, aren’t super long lasting. If I had to choose between them I would have decided on a concealer from Nyx, which is a little more long lasting on me. 
However, none of these products are that good that I bought it again. I think I’ll use them up. And look for a natural concealer or  buy the next pack of the Makeup Revolution Fast Base, which has a good opacity and a lighter formula (but unfortunately it has a much smaller capacity and ends quickly).

What is your favorite concealer?

Xoxo,
Dorota


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