Concealer Review Series: LORAC Double Feature

Concealer Review Series: LORAC Double Feature

It’s been a little while since I reviewed a concealer, so today I thought I’d share a multi-tasker. In this product there is a light concealer, a roller ball to help blend that concealer and a great highlighter. It’s highly portable, so perfect for travel or just keeping in your purse. While the coverage isn’t of the level that I prefer for my undereye area, I have found that a few quick swipes in my t-zone over my tinted moisturizer and then blended well is just perfect for days that I need a tad more coverage but don’t want to up my routine to a foundation.

The concealer is a stick foundation, hiding under the cap. It is not dry, it seems to have silicone in it since it is slippery feeling. I found that this really helps with blending. Inside of the cap you’ll find a plastic roller ball, when rubbed over an area it helps to blend. It definitely works, though I did find this more time consuming than using my fingertip.

At the other end you’ll find a highlighter, in a matching skin tone. The highlighter is liquid and comes with a felt covered applicator. A little goes a long way, so be careful! I think this is meant to be used under the eye, though I definitely felt that there was too much shimmer to do so. I found that it was great for the brow bone, inner corner of the eye and cheek bone.

Consistency: Stick

Blendability: Yes

Buildable coverage: No

Feeling on skin: Lightweight

Wear: 6-8 hours

Problems with wear: Caking, Settles into fine lines over time, especially with more layers

Shades Available: 5 shades, I used shade 1

LORAC Double Feature



  1. August 22, 2011 / 8:49 pm

    Sounds like a great product to take away on vacation.

  2. August 23, 2011 / 4:34 am

    I love multitaskers, although this one doesn't sound like any of the products would really work for my needs. Thanks for the honest reporting!

  3. August 24, 2011 / 11:07 am

    never heard the brand before, but I think a concealer should have opaque coverage, no? ^^

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