Friday, 26 June 2015

Urban Decay 24/7 Concealer Pencil

I recently picked up my first ever Urban Decay product in the shape of the 24/7 Concealer Pencil for £14 to try out on those pesky old cholesterol marks as you may have guessed by now!

I quite like the packaging but honestly, I had no idea that you needed to sharpen it so when I had used the head of the pencil up and couldn't twist it up to get more product out I was slightly confused, who still sharpens things?! The product itself has a really good consistency and is really blendable giving great coverage for both the dark coloured bags and the cholesterol marks under my eyes; however it doesn't last more than a couple of hours which is a bit of a bummer when you're paying £14 for it. 
I'd give Urban Decay's 24/7 Concealer Pencil an 8/10 for coverage, but the packaging really does let it down in my opinion.

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6 comments:

  1. Ah I haven't seen this before! Like the applicator would be handy for blemishes etc x

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    1. I quite like the formulation as its really creamy and covers blemishes really well but the packaging just lets it down a little for me. I would definitely recommend giving it a try though :)

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  2. Why wouldn't they make it twist up?!
    Www.tamlovestea.co.uk

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    1. I know right?! I'm a little disappointed by that but it's still a pretty good product (I'm not entirely sure if I will repurchase though!)

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  3. It definitely looks like a handy product to have on you for fixing blemishes before a night out etc! I think I still prefer liquid concealers, but this does give good coverage judging by the pictures! :) Do you think it's worth the price tag though? xxx

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    1. Honestly, I would stick with Collection's Lasting Perfection concealer as its my favourite concealer so far. Such great coverage for just £4.19! <3

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