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Concealer Series: Make Up For Ever’s Full Cover Concealer

Make Up For Ever Full Cover Concealer Review

Since I had meant to actually start the concealer review series about 5 or 6 weeks ago, I have to blame the delay on 2 things. First, I’m obviously super busy with my new baby. The second has to be this concealer! MUFE’s Full Cover was one of the first I tested and I could not tear myself away from it. I would have the best of intentions regarding trying another concealer. I would even open up another product and decide I didn’t want to test that day, I wanted to use my Full Cover. So, back to the Full Cover I went. I eventually had to hide this concealer in a drawer as it was so distracting having this on the counter of my vanity.

Consistency: Liquid, comes in a tube
Blendability: Very blendable
Buildable coverage: After about 2 layers things get dicey, though it’s so well pigmented you shouldn’t really need so much concealer.
Feeling on skin: Lightweight
Wear: ~12 hours
Problems with wear: Caking, Settles into fine lines when more than 2 layers are on.
Shades Available: 12 shades in a wide array of colors

Make Up For Ever’s Full Cover Concealer is available at Sephora

Concealer and Corrector Guide
Read more in my Concealer and Corrector Guide, you’ll find a lot of great tips, tricks and product reviews!

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  1. April 23, 2011 / 5:22 am

    Well, sounds pretty good..but I am so addicted to MAC concealer. How do they compare?
    I like the MUFE HD Foundation, but I need STRONG coverage when it comes to concealers, and I don't have time for multiple coats.

  2. April 23, 2011 / 2:44 pm

    I quite like MUFE foundations but haven't tried this concealer. However, I might try it.
    (I'm after a good concealer at the mo so this review is very handy, thank you)


  3. April 23, 2011 / 11:58 pm

    I tried this out too!
    But it's a bit… dry for my under eye area, so it goes into fine lines (without layering it, in my case).
    I love the level of coverage and I use it on other imperfections but I can't use it on my dark circles and since it's pricey I'm a little disappointed…

  4. April 25, 2011 / 7:34 pm

    Christine, This is a great post series. I've sent folks over from my facebook page and now I did a blog post on under eye problems so I could put a link on my blog too. You have the best 'how to' guide for eye area concealer magic. People really want this information and your post is a great resource for everybody. Your product testing is fantastic too. Great work!

  5. April 25, 2011 / 8:45 pm

    I'm in love with this post! It's the undereye post that I've wanted to write for years, but never got around to doing. But, it's more comprehensive and better written. I've written a post directing readers to go and check it out, I know I'm going to be referencing it often. Thanks so much for sharing it, and for the little bit about my concealer post.

  6. April 27, 2011 / 2:40 pm

    did u say settling? oh heck no! cannot stand concealers that settles into my fine lines.. Not a pretty look

  7. May 21, 2013 / 5:50 am

    i love your blog, i would like to know what is the shade that you use for this concealer. thanks!

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