One of the products I received in the LF Beauty Box of March is the Pür Cosmetics Disappearing Act Concealer. As a concealer junkie I was very happy to see this. I also have never tried anything by the brand Pür which made it even more appealing for me to give this concealer a good old try. Today it’s time for the review. If you’re interested in finding out more about this concealer, make sure you continue reading!
The Pür Cosmetics Disappearing Act Concealer comes in a little jar. The jar is made out of grey plastic and has a clear bit in the middle. Through the clear part you can see the colour of the concealer. The packaging doesn’t look necessarily fancy, but it doesn’t look very cheap either. It’s just a basic concealer packaging, nothing wrong with it.
The only side note I have when it comes to the packaging is that it is a jar. If you use it with your fingers the bacteria will transfer into it. However, by using a brush that problem is solved. And I personally do prefer a jar over a tube since I feel like you collect way more bacteria when you keep putting the wand you used to apply it back into the tube.
Pür Disappearing Act Concealer – €23,45
The shade I received is called 01 Light. It’s the lightest colour in the collection and when I first looked at it I didn’t think it was very light. After using it once it started to look a little lighter, but it’s still not the lightest colour I’ve seen and sadly it’s a bit on the dark side for me. Because it’s too dark for me I wouldn’t use this on spots on a daily basis, but I would use it as a corrector underneath my actual concealer for some extra coverage.
Having said that, let’s move on to the quality of this product. I personally I really like jar concealers. They are creamy, they are quite thick and they have a ton of coverage to them. I mean, what’s not to like about them? The only thing that could interfere with my love for jar concealers is the texture. Sometimes they’re just a bit too dry and you just can move them at all.
Luckily that isn’t the case with this one. It’s actually way more creamy and blendable than I initially expected. It feels very creamy and smooth and overall the texture feels very rich. Texture wise I definitely think this is one of the better cream concealers out there.
When it comes to coverage this concealer does do a great job. It does depend on the method of application how covering it will be, but if you dab it in using your ring finger it will all be fine. This concealer covers dark circles like no other and it’s also amazing for spot concealing. I’m so sad it’s not the right shade for me, otherwise it would have been my favourite spot concealer ever.
The staying power of this concealer is fine. Because it’s relatively creamy you wouldn’t expect it to stay in place that well, but in fact, it does a surprisingly good job. Once applied it kind of settles down and sort of dries up and thanks to that it just won’t go anywhere. This concealer stays put all day long!
Overall I’m very impressed by the quality of this concealer. The texture is really nice, it’s easy to blend and to work with in general, it has great coverage and it stays put all day. Sadly the lightest shade isn’t light enough for very pale skin, but in that case it could definitely be used as a great under eye corrector. I really like this and if you’re not super fair and are looking for a great concealer, make sure you give this one a try!
That was it for today’s review. I hope you enjoyed reading today’s post and be sure to let me know which concealer is your current favourite!