A'Pieu Moist Creamy Concealer

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Hello Princesses,

Today I'm going to be talking about the A'Pieu Moist Creamy Concealer in the shade Frozen! I picked this concealer up on the recommendation of some subscribers because I really needed a new concealer and was really struggling to find one that came in a nice pale shade.

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Creamy fitting formula offers a natural and long-lasting coverage. Doe-foot applicator makes it perfect for touch-ups on the go.

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This concealer comes housed in a classic concealer tube with a doe foot applicator which makes it easy to apply. I have the shade 01 Frozen which is the lightest shade in the range. I really like this shade, it's a beautiful warm tone and it pretty pale too! It matches my skin well, though it's not a brightening shade, so it's better for concealing acne than it is for brightening up the under eye area. I compared it to my other concealer which is the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in the shade 01 Fair which is a little lighter and more cool toned which is brightening.

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I used this concealer on a couple of my pimples and it does conceal the redness nicely, but it does emphasize some of the dry skin and texture. After 8 hours this concealer does wear off a little and some of the redness is peaking through. The dry skin is also more apparent which is a pity.

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Final Thoughts

This is a beautiful concealer that comes in a fantastic pale shade for Porcelain Princesses. It is quite warm toned, so if you're looking for a cool toned concealer this is not one that I would recommend. However, it does work well to conceal redness, light scarring and acne which makes it very suitable for my needs. I do wish that it didn't emphasize so much of the dry skin around the little acne spots, but I guess nothing is perfect. This is definitely an inexpensive concealer that I would recommend!

You can purchase the A'Pieu Moist Creamy Concealer from Roseroseshop for $6.31

Becca McAvinue