Earlier this month my NARS Creamy Radiant Concealer started to dry up and needed to be repurchasing, but instead of heading to a NARS counter, I wanted to try a cheaper alternative. I'm not very good at make up shopping in Boots, it doesn't appeal to me hugely so I just picked this up on a whim. But when Into The Gloss mention it, you know it's a good one. Enter Revlon Colourstay Creamy Concealer.
Colourstay Creamy Concealer comes in a doe foot applicator, which is great for applying to all areas of the face. I have been using it for all areas, including under the eyes as it doesn't dry them out even more - which the NARS concealer had a tendency to do on me. But it's best for red patches and any blemishes which may pop up, it covers it completely and it blends seamlessly into the skin. Best part it? It contains salicylic acid so it will help heal the blemishes at the same time as covering. As for the shades, they all seem to be better for yellow skin tones, I picked up light-medium and it's a little dark for natural skin tone but perfect when matched with my foundation. There are only five shades avaliable so hopefully there is something for everyone, but not likely. For £6.99, there's nothing to complain about as I find that it's just as good as my NARS concealer.