The All Nighter Concealer comes in a gorgeous 3.5ml bottle with a luxurious, highly metallized gunmetal effect and asymmetric cutouts. As beautiful as the component is, it’s also practical and travel-friendly. No need to carry a brush; the angled, flocked paddle applicator has a little well at the end that provides a precise laydown of product exactly where you need it.
The product comes in 14 shades worldwide ranging from light to dark allowing it to cater to any skin color and complexion and 2 are available in Lebanon.
The concealer is an ultra-pigmented and blendable formula that allow total control over shine and imperfections.
To cover dark circles, we drew a triangle with the base under the eye and the tip pointing towards the cheek. Then we blended the concealer using a blending sponge. Another way would be to dot the concealer onto the blemish or under-eye circles and use fingers to tap it into the skin until fully blended.
We used the product after our foundation for longer wear and better effect. For a prolonged wear, we dust translucent powder on top of it.
Instantly, the concealer works its magic: its waterproof Flawless matte coverage handled all the hardest-to-hide spots such as dark circles, blemishes and skin discoloration. We even tested it on tattoos and it made the ink look completely invisible on the skin.
The formula in itself is a high-tech blend of polymers and humectants that provide ultra-long, flawless wear and prevents the concealer from caking and settling into fine lines and pores. Enhanced with light-diffusing pigments, the product also blurs flaws for a soft-focus effect and brighter skin.
The product was worn for approximately 14 hours and did not budge. It did not even necessitate any re-application and one layer was enough to last the whole day.
The UD Full Coverage Concealer retails for 32.9$/3.5ml which is comparable to other concealers in the same range such as Benefit Cosmetics BOI_ING Hydrating Concealer sold at 29.3$.