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Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer - Review & Swatch

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

  • Pot type cream concealer to perfectly cover skin flaws with Amino Acid pigment.
  • Maximized adherence & covering effect.
  • Contains brightening focus powder & double convex powder which brighten up skin tone & dull complexions.

$20, £ 12.86, 15 | W2Beauty

The concealer comes in two shades, no.21 and no.23 each containing 10g of product.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer
Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer
Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer 
Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

Now here's a concealer that will hide even your moles! Missha takes their extreme cover claims quite literally. Of course, to be honest, that is the reason I picked this concealer. I am always whining about my dark circles and can never let go of the opportunity to try a good heavy coverage concealer.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer comes in very exuberant-looking packaging. This is a concealer to sit on your vanity. From inside the gold cardboard box comes an gold embellished pot with a concealer brush. And for the first second time (the first being Sigma Flare Palette) in my life I have come across a complimentary brush that is actually awesome and there for all the right reasons. The brush is so soft yet dense enough to cover and blend the concealer under your eyes or anywhere on your face.

The concealer itself is very creamy having a slightly sticky consistency. It is also very moisturising, definititely will suit dry to normal eyes. I can't really tell about oily under eyes. Out of the two shades, I ordered the second one no.23, which had a more yellow-ish tinge. 

I apply it under my eyes with the brush included and then smooth out the product with my fingers. Surprisingly, being way creamier than my Catrice Camouflage Concealer, it creased less. And yes it does crease slightly! I don't think it is possible for a heavy coverage concealer for not to crease especially if it is a cream concealer. The trick is to set it well, I use Ben Nye Banana Powder, which is an awesome-ness of its own we will discuss some time later. The concealer stayed in place (after setting) all day through. It covered all the dark area, literally. There were no grayish, purplish or whatever shadows. But the concealer does look heavy with all its super rich concealing properties.

It also contains SPF 30, something which is not common in concealer. A major plus I would say!

I would definitely like to mention here if you are lucky enough to not to have many imperfections that need heavy coverage than this concealer is not for you. The more heavy product you lather on your skin especially your under-eyes it looks less natural. This concealer is the answer to the prayers of people who can never hide their ferocious dark circles. Or if you are doing photography makeup.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer - swatch
Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer no.23 (swatch)
This concealer is for those ladies who have trouble hiding their dark circles or imperfections and want heavy duty coverage. The only downside is, that this is available in only two shades.

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Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.
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