Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer Review

 When I was a teenager, I was obsessed with Dior makeup. I had a tiny makeup bag and I would save all of my money to buy a couple of Chanel and Dior products every couple of months. And for Christmas I got a couple of gift cards and decided to try out one of the concealers again and I have not been disappointed. Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer ReviewDior Forever Skin Correct Concealer Review The Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer retails for £27 (when I purchased it back in December it was £25) and is a 24 hour wear, full coverage, moisturising creamy concealer. It's available in 30 shades, I wear the shade 0N which is the second to lightest shade in the range and is designed for those with very fair skin with neutral undertones. As I wanted to mainly use this under the eyes I went for this shade which is a little lighter than my natural skin tone. 

This is an all-in-one concealer and skincare product that you can use under the eyes, on redness, on blemishes and imperfections without it settling into any fine lines. And as it has such a long wear formula, it aims to hold up all day and night long. It has coverage that is buildable and has been enriched with wild pansy extract to smooth and moisturise for a refined appearance. 

This is one of my new favourite concealers and one I would definitely repurchase. I have been so impressed with it that I want to purchase a matching foundation which rarely happens. This concealer is so creamy without being or looking heavy on the skin. You don't need a tonne of product for a full coverage look and it blends like a dream. When I apply it under the eyes, it doesn't crease once it has been set with a little bit of translucent powder and I notice a massive difference whenever I use it. It works brilliantly on blemishes too and I love the applicator. It features a big doefoot similar to Tarte's Shape Tape which is one of my favourite concealers. I think I actually prefer it over Tarte as this is more moisturising thanks to the skincare benefits. 

The packaging is luxe and of the highest quality and comes with 11ml of product, when you compare that Shape Tape, for £24 you get 10ml and Fenty Beauty for £19 you get 9ml. So you care paying more for the amount of ml you get but you are also paying for the packaging and brand name which doesn't bother me as it's all part of the product experience. 

If you are looking for a new high end concealer try, I would definitely add this to the shortlist! 



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