Last year when I went to Krakow I bought a yellow creamy concealer at Inglot. I wanted something to correct my dark circles and this is what she recommended to me. I ended up really liking it and I used it so much, I was running out of it. When I went back this year I planned on buying a back up of it, but I ended up buying a concealer in a skintone shade as well from that same range. Because I’ve never tried one of their Freedom System Creamy Concealers in a normal shade before I thought it might be fun if I’d write a review about it, so that’s what I’m doing today. If you’re interested in finding out more about these two product, make sure you continue reading!
Like any other Inglot Freedom System product, it comes in a very pretty palette. There are two types of palettes available: the magnetic kind, which is the one I chose, or the plastic one which comes with a mirror inside. I like these magnetic ones more because they look more professional and because it’s easier for storage because you can pile all of your Inglot Freedom System palettes on top of each other. There are different sizes you can choose from and since I bought two concealers I bought the version which comes with two spots for two pans of your choice.
Like I said I bought two concealers, one of which I already have. Correcting has become more and more popular lately and I like it. But I do like it to a certain extend. I don’t like heavy duty correcting so one of my top priorities, when it comes to correctors, is that they are very light weight and not to thick on the skin. I knew this one wasn’t too thick or too heavy, so it felt like an obvious choice to buy it again.
Inglot Freedom System 2-Pan Palette – €7
I bought the corrector (right on the picture) in the shade Yellow. I know that they usually recommend more peach-toned correctors for fair skin tones, but for some reason the lady at Inglot recommend me to use yellow last year and so far this has been working pretty amazing for me. Of course it might depend on your undertone or whatever it is, so I can’t say yellow will work for anybody, but in my case yellow correctors do a great job at cancelling out the darkness underneath my eyes.
The other concealer I bought is in a skin tone shade. On the picture it’s very difficult to tell which is which because the skin tone concealer does have a rather yellow undertone, but in real life the difference is much more noticeable and on the skin it does make a clear difference as well. I’m sorry but I’m not sure what shade I bought it in, but I believe it’s called LW100.
Inglot Freedom System Cream Concealer – €8
According to Inglot these Freedom System Cream Concealers create a flawless complexion in no-time. They will make your dark circles disappear, reduce dullness and cover red spots and blemishes. The concealers can easily be mixed together to create the perfect correcting shade for discolourations on the face. The concealer is water-resistant and therefore won’t slip and slide or accumulate in fine lines.
I feel like in this little piece of text they’re really focussing on the correcting aspect of this concealer collection, even though they also have some skin tone shades in the range. I don’t really know why they don’t draw attention to that, but that’s okay. It does sound like these concealers are pretty amazing, especially considering how affordable they are!
And I have to say I do really agree with what Inglot is saying about these concealers. These are some of the smoothest and creamiest concealers my fingers have ever touched. They are so easy to apply, they just glide onto the skin without putting any effort into it, it’s really amazing. They blend just as easy as they go on and once they’re blended and set in place with a powder they won’t budge. I do think it’s required to set these concealers in order for them to really stay in place, but since that’s something I always do I don’t think that’s too big of a problem.
When it comes to coverage these concealers are pretty amazing. Especially when they’re used together, they do an amazing job at covering up dark circles. I have genetically dark circles and they’re pretty out there, especially when it’s combined with a lack of sleep, but these concealers together cover about 75-85% of them. For me that’s quite a lot and I’m happy with that.
Overall I’m just really happy with these two concealers. I already knew I loved the yellow corrector, but I had no idea whether the skin tone concealer would be just as good. Luckily they are. On their own they’re great, but together they’re even better. This really is a power duo and I’m really glad I bought them. These are some of the best creamy concealers out there with the nicest texture ever, which is why I highly recommend giving them a try!
And that’s basically it for today. I hope you enjoyed reading today’s review and be sure to let me know which concealers are your absolute favourite for covering up dark circles!