• Jess Lowe

Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation Review & Before + After


At the beginning of this year Makeup Revolution launched their viral Conceal & Define Concealer. With notable beauty gurus and beauty editors as fans, it's unquestionably been a hit. The Sun reports that a tube of the concealer is sold every 5 seconds!

With all this, it totally makes sense for Makeup Revolution to launch a Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation. So far, it's release has made headlines in beauty columns and excitement has reached fever pitch.

Alongside this launch, they have also released a supersize version of the concealer which contains almost triple the amount of product - but I'll talk more about this in another post.

Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation is available in 24 shades to match their existing concealer shades.

I have been trying this out and I am really excited to share my thoughts and even have a before and after photo :).

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation

Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation Features

  • 24 skin-true shades

  • Demi-matte finish

  • Lightweight yet buildable coverage

  • Long-lasting

  • Won’t settle into fine lines or cling to dry patches

  • Oil-free

  • Jumbo doe-foot applicator for greater control and less waste

  • Contains 23ml of product

  • Available HERE for £9

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation

The foundation is housed in a frosted glass bottle with a rose gold top and labelling making it feel and look very luxurious. The foundation itself applies very nicely and blends within seconds. The giant doe-foot wand applicator dispenses a little product at a time which really helps as a little goes a long way. Although the foundation is described as full-coverage I would say this is more of a medium buildable coverage. It is very adaptable and can be sheered down or built up to your desired level.

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation Doe-Foot Applicator

I've recently been boycotting primer under my makeup and opting for a light moisturiser instead (I'm loving Revolution Skincare Hydrating Boost Gel). The foundation went on smoothly covering my blemishes, evening skin tone and blurring pores. It did not cling to any dry patches or enhance any fine lines. It has a lovely natural matte finish, which I do feel it's more on the matte side. It's not at all drying though. You can see the result in my before and after picture below:

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation Before & After

I paired the foundation with Revolution's Fast Base Concealer in shade 0.5 as I do love a bright undereye and they work well together. The foundation is very lightweight and comfortable on the skin. I have an oily combination skin type and it gives you a good 8 hours wear before you need to touch up or blot. It does wear very well and doesn't come away in patches or slide off the face!

I have the Conceal & Define Foundation here in shades F4 and F5:

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation Swatches top F4, bottom F5

I do find that other foundations emphasise my large pores however this has a blurring effect and really restores my confidence in the way my skin looks - which is absolutely priceless.

Overall, I am a huge fan of Revolutions Conceal & Define foundation. For £9 it is largely accessible to everyone and would certainly recommend giving it a go.

Makeup Revolution's Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation is available HERE right now.

Have you tried this foundation yet? I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

* Products featured in this post are samples and were given to me complimentary. Some links contained in the post may be affiliate which means that I receive a small commission from a purchase at no extra cost to you. This helps support FYI Beauty.

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