CLIO Kill Cover Concealer Review6:47 AM
From an American's perspective there is something magical about Korean beauty products. For as long as I could remember people have spoke so highly of them as if they were sent from the heavens. Which is why when I head Peach & Lily was having a Korean beauty sample sale for 2 days only I ran over as soon as I could.
Just to give a little background on Peach & Lily, I couldn't say it better than they do on their site:
"Peach & Lily is the beauty destination for innovative and high-quality beauty products from places like Korea and Japan using natural ingredients in conjunction with skincare technologies to heal and transform your skin from the inside out!"
The line was long (an hour long to be exact) and the supplies were depleted by the time I got upstairs, but I found some great buys for a fraction of the price. The only thing I really needed going in was concealer, unhappy with my current one I needed something that was going to work.
It was at the end of the day and about a thousand other girls had already rummaged the sale, but after walking around for what felt like 20-30 min I found exactly what I was looking for, CLIO Kill Cover pro artist stick concealer.
Now I am the type of girl who will google reviews prior to going to the register and I was surprised with this product. It either had 0 reviews or someone was saying something bad... well I bought it anyway.
On first use I kind of understood what bad reviews were saying. It didn't glide glide on my skin as I expected it to and was difficult to blend into my skin tone (I bought 003). But I wasn't giving up (I literally couldn't give up I threw out my old concealer). After a few bad attempts I finally tried it on top of primer and it turned into another product entirely.
All I needed was a dab or swipe of the stick and the Kill Cover concealer covered up virtually anything from acne to under eye bags with just one layer. With the help of primer it blended in with my skin tone and didn't diminish when I applied liquid foundation. The best part, it stayed on all day, and I mean all day. In the past my concealer would last approximately 5-7 hours Kill Cover was on my face from 8 am to 8pm when I showered, it even withstand the gym (yes yes I should remove my makeup before working out I know).
This concealer stick retails for about $20.00 depending on where you purchase, which compared to other high end brands isn't too bad. Not a fan of stick concealers? Not a problem this concealer comes in stick, liquid, and brush form to accommodate any preference.
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