I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, when I’m looking for a concealer, there’s just one thing on my mind: coverage.
After all, that’s a concealers’ job, right?
I find lots of concealers aren’t as concerned with coverage as they should be. But I found one that is.
Allow me to introduce the Hynt Duet Perfecting Concealer.
This concealer is your new BFF if you want to cover redness, acne, scars, or the fact that you haven’t slept since your first born. Its only priority is to give you flawless coverage.
Hynt Duet Perfecting Concealer
The Pigmentation is what sets this concealer apart from the rest. It’s so pigmented that you need just the teeny tiniest dab to cover even the darkest circles (trust me).
It’s also a lot thicker than any other concealer that I’ve used. It comes in a container instead of a tube, and has the consistency of a thick paste. This is a very full coverage concealer. You can’t see freckles, pimples or dark circles through this concealer. It is FULL COVERAGE.
When I said that you only need a teeny tiny dab to cover anything on your face, I meant tiny. In the photos, I had been using the concealer for a week and you can’t even tell I’ve used it at all. This stuff will last me till my toddler’s in college.
Above is an example of how much it takes to cover my under eye. No joke.
Since the Hynt Concealer is so thick, it can be a bit harder to blend in well. A little trick that I’ve picked up is to start applying my concealer right after I apply my primer before my primer dries.
That way I can blend in my concealer much easier. And yes, I apply this concealer before my foundation (that’s what the cool kids are doing) but here’s another little tid bit.
I had a pimple that I was trying to conceal, and found it practically disappeared if I applied the Hynt concealer, then my foundation, then another tiny dab again to finish it off.
When applying my foundation, I sometimes uncover what I was trying to conceal, but double layering the concealer made it invisible. I started doing that too with my dark under eyes (because they’re that dark) and it works wonders.
I always have to set my under eye regardless of which concealer I use, and this one is no exception. Because it is thick, you may have to set your under eye even if you don’t normally have to.
I’m totally head over heels for this concealer, I would have a hard time ever trying something else. If you’ve been thinking about getting it, seriously, do it.
I would love to hear your thoughts on the Hynt Duet Perfecting Concealer. Have you tried it?