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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Tmart Concealer Palette Review

Concealer palettes are incredibly multipurpose, you can use them for your concealer, foundation and contouring, and so I've wanted to get my hands on one for a while.

This 54 colour concealer palette* from Tmart here retails at £12.82. First of all, the packaging is quite flimsy as it's made out of cardboard but it does a decent job of keeping the concealers compact. It's slightly bigger than your average eyeshadow palette.


As you can see it has a wide variety of shades. The 30 concealer shades are skintone shades and would work well for everyone.


The 24 concealers have a more unusual mix of shades that could be used for colour correcting.


Now moving onto the actual product. I first tried to used it as a concealer with a more yellowy shade underneath to brighten my under eye area up and a skintone shade on top. It didn't look good! The product is really hard to pick up with brushes, it wasn't as pigmented as I expected and it was very hard to blend! It did end up looking quite cakey and after a few more goes I decided it wasn't great as a concealer for me.

I then tried it as a contour and again it was very hard to blend. Whilst the shades looked promising it went on a bit patchy. This is the moment I thought why don't I heat it up? I then gave a few shades a blast with my hairdryer and they softened up! I was then able to get it to blend quite well with my RT contour brush and the contour did look more subtle than a powder contour.


Here's a few swatches of some shades I used. They look more pigmented in the swatches compared to when you apply them.


I mainly used the last 3 on the left as a contour. However, I recently tried using the more peachy shades as a colour corrector underneath my eyes, and it does actually work to an extent, but the shades are a bit greasy so they feel a bit heavy on the skin.

Overall, I found that the palette was a bit of a let down as the shades could work as colour correctors, but the formula isn't quite right, they feel too slippery.

I'd love to hear if you've tried any similar palettes and your thoughts on them!

29 comments:

  1. I am seriously so intrigued I haven't seen anything like this before, it's such a shame it didn't live to expectations especially as it's a good price, but at the same time man I would not know where to start with this- SO MUCH! xxx


    Blonde Of Carbs

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  2. What a gorgeous palette, i've never seen something like this, i love it!
    Love Vicki <3 victoriajanex.co.uk

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  3. When I first saw this I thought it looked amazing, I have never seen one of these before but I guess not. I still think it's a good idea, may look at other brands

    Jessie | Taylor Mayed

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  4. This palette is very practical and versatile! Btw do you like we follow each other in GFC and social netoworks? Please visit my blog and let me know.

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  5. I would imagine makeup artists would really enjoy something like this! It seems so versatile!

    Jenan
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  6. It;s too bad that this wasn't great, but really nice review ♥
    Amy xx

    Perfect Imperfections

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  7. what an awesome palette, it's a shame it wasn't too impressive. Would have been an awesome product
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin'

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  8. Wow there are so many colours to choose from! Would've been a great palette if the colours were easier to blend. Also, its funny how you have a Tmart in the UK, because we have one called Kmart haha xx
    Shirley | Shades of Shirley | Bloglovin'

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  9. aw thats a shame that it didn't work too well! The colours looked great!


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  10. I've never heard of a concealer palette before! I did think this looks amazing but it's a shame they were so hard to blend! It's horrible when I product doesn't live up to expectation! x

    Beyond The Velvet | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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  11. It's such a shame as such variety of shades would have been awesome! xx

    Gyudy's Notes Of Beauty

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  12. Haha using a hair dryer is so funny/ clever! Did you try using your fingers? Sometimes works better because of the heat :) shame it didn't work out well, maybe smaller more specific palettes would be better :)


    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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  13. I would't know where to start with this! There are so many different tones and corrective colours I guess some could work as blushers though xx

    Magpie Jasmine

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  14. Never heard of this before but looks lovely, thanks for sharing! <3

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  15. 54 different shades ?! - wowzers! Such a great idea to warm them up, I would have never thought of that!

    Style Sunrise ☀

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  16. From first impressions it looks great, sorry it wasn't that great !!!

    Serene xoxo

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  17. Sad to hear that this didn't meet expectations, it's a real shame that they don't blend well when it looks like a great palette. Love your honest review on this though x

    em // emandhan xo

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  18. It's such a shame that this didn't work as well as you'd hoped, but in my experience you can only really get panstick type concealers to work in any way at all is to get them warm - which can take up some time! It's more expensive, but illamasqua cream eyeshadows can work really well to contour :)

    Sammy xo.

    littlefickleblog.blogspot.com

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  19. Ohhh.. 30 Concealer shades?? I have got to try this one... I only have seen a max of 6 shades and that only nudes. I however doubt that I'd find this brand here <3

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  21. What a shame that it was so disappointing. I've never been impressed by anything from TMart yet sadly xx
    Gemma | Miss Makeup Magpie

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  22. Do we need so many shades for one person? haha
    Actually it's really cool but sadly that the quality sucks :/

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  23. This palette looks so good, shame about how it works. Thanks for the review!
    xoMadiha

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