Make Up Review: BareMinerals Broad Spectrum Concealer and Foundation

bareMinerals Correcting Concealer
bareMinerals READY Foundation
The bareMinerals Correcting Concealer Broad Spectrum SPF 20 is the one I tried out recently.
The color that fits my skin the best is: Deep 2, it is net wt. 2g/0.07 oz.
The container is small but the concealer last me a while. I just use the concealer brush and grab a little dime size under each eye. Dab it under my eyes and then I use my ring finger to blend it in. After that I cover it with bareMinerals READY Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 20, Color: Warm Deep W55.


Dark Circles under my eyes are gone!
Foundation Brush
These products blended very well together and the color shades go great with each other. I recommend this to black women in need of a good concealer and foundation. bareMinerals have them in many different shades for any color of skin. The concealer feels wet when you put it on at first but it drys up pretty quickly so make sure you put the foundation on right after and then just blend it in with your skin. Make sure you use the right brushes. You can use the makeup sponge but in my opinion I think the brush makes the makeup look a little more  natural.


I am still on a hunt to find a great concealer and foundation for my skin. I decided to try bareMinerals' products because I always have a good experience with them. One thing I really like about their products is that the minerals make your face look really natural, I am not a fan of makeup that looks caked on or painted on. I really don't need to wear heavy makeup because I have clear skin but I do have black puffy bags under my eyes because of lack of sleep. Concealers are the most important ones that I often experiment with. I am still going to be testing different products so be on the look out for more products reviews :)
Not sure what shade matches your complexion? Right out this product.

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