After releasing the pro glow foundation, L’Oréal just came out with the new infallible pro glow concealer. The pro glow foundation gives medium coverage and a very dewy finish which makes it more suitable for normal to dry skin. If you were a fan of this foundation and you are wondering about the new L’Oréal infallible pro glow concealer, here are my full thoughts on it!
This new concealer comes in eight shades and concerning the shade range, I was a little bit disappointed by the colors. The lightest shade is dark for someone with a very pale skintone and also there isn’t a lot of variety within the other shades! I have light skintone (NC 20-25) and I picked the second shade (02 creamy natural) but it was a bad choice because it is dark for me. This shade is a yellow with some peach undertones.
Applicatiom, Formula and Coverage
The applicator is a flat sponge. As you can see in the picture, it is not a typical doe foot , and because it is a flat , it makes the application much more easier for under the eyes.
This concealer has a lightweight formula that feels very liquidy and easy to blend. It provides light coverage that can be buildable to a medium coverage without looking cakey or heavy under the eyes. As it is part of the ‘infallible pro-glow’ collection, it gives a dewy finish but it does not feel very sticky.
Unfortunately, my experience with this concealer was not the best. It creased on me after one to two hours even if I set it with powder. I also noticed that it separates under my eyes making my dark circles show through especially at the inner corners of the eyes. Even though it has a dewy finish that does not look greasy, I didn’t find it to be hydrating. (For reference, my under eye area is not too dry and not too oily , it is more on the normal side).
Compared to the Maybelline fit me concealer, the L’Oréal one is more dewy and it gives less coverage too. I prefer the Maybelline one more because it does not crease on me and it gives me more coverage.
So that was my experience with this new concealer! Tell me in the comments if you tried it and whether it worked for you or not?