Being a lover of all makeup sticks, I pretty much pounced on this Almay Clear Complexion Concealer + Treatment when I saw it in CVS (sorry to keep going on about NYC). We don’t have Almay here and I am not sure we ever will. 🙁
I have shade Light/Medium and there are 3 shades in total which cross the warm and neutral range. I think this works best on well moisturised skin and Light/Medium is really good for brightening. It is creamy, but not quite as hydrating as I’d liked so I think it’s great for your base when you are doing it for the first time, but not so good for top ups, as it could be a little drying.
I really like the Almay Clear Complexion Concealer + Treatment on the whole. It is easy and super convenient, leaves a lovely bright finish on the skin and actually lasts really well, as it is solid enough to really fix to the skin. Coverage is medium I’d say, which is perfect for me. As I said, it probably won’t come to India, but if you like the sound of it, you can pick it up on Amazon or Ebay.
Revlon Cocoa Bronze is a beautiful peachy-brown terracotta shade in a wonderfully creamy formula that feels very moisturising and smells like real lipstick in the traditional sense. It kind of feels a little old-fashioned, in vibe rather than texture I might add. It has a soft rosy fragrance that is really comforting and quite old-school chic. It’s a stunning muted bright and the brown tones make it perfect for the lip colour trends of the monsoon. I think it’s a really easy colour to wear and it’s very long lasting. A wonderful injection of colour without making too bold a statement. I am in love with the packaging too – classically beautiful.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick costs Rs.550 which I actually think is a pretty fair price for such a luxurious lipstick.