Last November I attended a Black Friday event for Gordons Chemist. One of the items in the (huge) goody bag, was the BPerfect BPrepared Concealer and Highlight. BPerfect is a company that started in 2012 in Belfast. They started with fake tan, and have grown their product range over the years. This concealer is one of the newest additions to their range.
The packaging for this concealer is in keeping with all of the BPerfect packaging- black, simple and sleek. I’m definitely a fan of the BPerfect packaging. You can tell it’s from the brand with one look, and it’s super easy to keep.
The first think I noticed when I opened the concealer, was how it has a brush applicator. Straight away this brought the YSL Touche Eclat and the L’Oreal Touche Magique concealers to mind. I’ve used and loved both of these highlighting concealers in the past, so I was very interested to see how this would measure up to those.
I’ve always loved using these concealer brush pens for highlighting my undereye area, as I’ve always found creams too heavy for my liking. The first thing I noticed when I used this concealer was how it was a lot more yellow than the YSL and L’Oreal concealers. At first I was a bit worried about this, but as soon as I blended this out (which was very easily done) my worries were gone. While the L’Oreal and YSL concealers give a very subtle highlight, this concealer give a full on highlight and brightening effect. It also did a much better job at concealing my dark circles, which I always found the other two to fail at.
After the under-eye test, I decided to see how well it would work as a primer for my eyes and for carving out my brows. So after doing my brows with my favourite Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade,
I popped this concealer onto my eyelid, and then used a flat brush to carve my eye brows. Next I blending it over the rest of my lid as a primer. I’m happy to say it definitely did a wonderful job making my brows look perfect… I get so many compliments on my brows when I use this concealer to finish them off.
The only downside to this product for me, was that it didn’t work as an eye primer for me. However I have to point out that I have very oily lids, and I always struggle to find a good primer (UD Primer Potion is one of the very few I’ve found that work), so it will probably work better for most other people.
The BPerfect BPrepared Concealer and Highlight is definitely a great product, and I can already tell I’ll be repurchasing this in the future. At £16.99 this isn’t the cheapest concealer on the market, but it’s 100% worth it. Plus, it’s £8 cheaper than the YSL Touche Eclat. You can buy this product from Gordon’s Chemist or direct from BPerfect.
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