Video Review: K Palette Zero Kuma Concealer (Type 1)

178323_391946584175733_1882280643_oIt’s been raining non-stop for a couple of days now and I hope you all are safe and dry! Don’t leave your house unless you absolutely have to. I’ve heard that so many roads are impassable at the moment. Your health and safety are more important than most jobs out there. Really.

Anyway, on a completely unrelated note, here’s something for you to watch on this dreary morning. I finally had some time to film this review of the K Palette Zero Kuma concealer (895.00 Php) that I mentioned in my July Favourites post.

 

I hope this is helpful to those who have struggled to find a use for this concealer. This definitely isn’t the one and only way to use it–that’s part of the beauty (and hassle) of makeup, really. Not every product will work in the same way for different people. If you do use this concealer for different purposes, feel free to share it in the comments section. :)

Stay safe, everyone!

K Palette Zero Kuma Concealer — A Raving Ramble

The K Palette Zero Kuma Concealer is amazing. It comes in three types: 01 natural beige, 02 yellow beige, and 03 orange beige. Each is formulated not only to cover up dark circles, but also to address the three main problems that cause dark circles. Type 1 works to moisturize your skin (this is what I have! No more flaky under eyes!), type 2 counteracts dullness to brighten the area, and type 3 remedies poor blood circulation and covers up blood vessels around tired eyes. I still use my MUD Blue Corrector, but I put this over top when I’m feeling/looking extra tired.

The Zero Kuma concealer is great for medium to light skin tones, but those with darker skin tones may have a difficult time using it. Being a Japanese brand, I’m not surprised that they just came out with universal shades. However (and this is especially true with type 3), these work more like correctors than concealers, meaning they primarily address discoloration as opposed to providing opaque coverage, so if you apply a thin layer, they should work on many skin tones. The SA I was talking to at Beauty Bar told me that with regular use these concealers reduce the appearance of dark circles and the idea is that after some time you won’t have to use as much concealer, if any at all. Hmm, that’s quite a claim! I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to go completely without concealer, but I love this one all the more for making such a bold claim. Plus it just tells you how much effort they put into making it a remedy and not just a plain concealer.

So if you’re a medium to light skinned girl, definitely give one of these a try! You can swatch them at Beauty Bar, so you won’t have to blind-guess the best shade for you. They go for 850.00 php, which is not bad considering this tube has a hefty 13g of product in it and you only use a tiny bit. I will also sneak this in here: I like it better than the Bobbi Brown creamy concealer, which dries me out and is mega expensive! Ha, there. I said it.

I thought I was going to write a three-liner about this at most, but when I love something I do tend to ramble. Love, love, love indeed. ♥

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