The new Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Concealer focuses on correcting and concealing dark under eye circles while seamlessly blurring fine lines and wrinkles. It claims to visibly illuminate and brighten the eye contour, leaving the eyes looking radiant and refreshed with the help of the below key ingredients:
- Lamellar structure pigments that reflect and diffuse light, erasing under eye shadows and blurring imperfections
- An anti-dark circle complex comprised of green algae and amino acids to help conceal and correct combined with a radiance booster comprised of an Asian berry extract that helps stimulate collagen production to brighten and smooth the skin
- A 3D elastomer gel to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
The concealer is available in ten shades, divided into two categories- correcting and concealing.
The five corrective shades neutralize dark circles and counterbalance discoloration and blue tones. They are indicated with a R in front of even shade numbers.
R20, R22, R30, R32, R40
The five concealing shades flawlessly conceal imperfections, even out skin tone and brighten the under eye area for a refreshed look. They are indicated with a Y in front of odd shade numbers.
Y21, Y23, Y31, Y33, Y41
The concealer is lightweight, blends well and dries down fast, and the one-of-a-kind nozzle tip allows for precise application.
The Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Concealer has potential, but they really need to extend the shade selection as the current line up does not cater to us brown skin beauties. The darkest corrective and concealing shade was a few shades too light for me so I wasn’t actually able to take the concealer for a spin. The concealers came with a chart to help you match the Ultra HD Concealer with the Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation, and the groupings are for light, medium, and olive skin. There are no matches for darker skin, which baffles me since the foundation range is so extensive. Hopefully we will see an expansion of shades soon.