My Top 3 Concealers for Brides

If you’re looking for a concealer that will cover your dark circles and your sins, you’ve come to the right place. For your Wedding Day it’s important to not only find a concealer with great coverage, but one that wears beautifully and lasts until you take it off that night! My top 3 favorite concealers for Brides are the Too Faced Born This Way concealer, MAC’s Studio Fix 24 Hour Smooth Wear Concealer, and MAC’s Studio Finish concealer.

I actually just discovered the Too Faced Born This Way Concealer and immediately fell in love! This concealer has amazing coverage, you only need a TINY bit of product to get the job done, it’s nice and hydrating, it’s multi-use, there is a very wide range of shades, looks gorgeous on, and lasts all day. AND as an added bonus, you get .50 Fl Oz for $30.00. For comparison, the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer is the same price but you only get .22 fl oz of product. You get more than DOUBLE the product with the Born This Way concealer for the same price. Talk about a steal!

The Studio Fix 24 Hour Smooth Wear concealer has been a favorite of mine for a few years now. It’s got great coverage, isn’t heavy under the eyes, wears beautifully, is multi-use, gives more of a matte finish, and lasts all day. The only negative thing I have to say about this concealer is it can be a little drying on dryer skin types. If you’re oily, you will LOVE this one!

Last but not least is old faithful, the Studio Finish concealer (in the pot). This is a cream concealer, so a very TINY amount is all that’s needed under the eyes. It’s got great coverage, doesn’t look heavy (unless you apply too much), is multi-use, gives a natural finish, looks great on, and has great longevity. This concealer is what I will reach for to camouflage any extreme discoloration, redness, acne, and even tattoos! The most important thing to remember with this product is less is always more.

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