Unsung Makeup Heroes: Le Métier de Beauté Peau Vierge Correcteur Concealer

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Le Métier de Beauté Peau Vierge Correcteur

Xiao Lim of Messy WandsAbout the Author
The following guest post was written by Xiao Lim of MessyWands.com. You can also find Xiao on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram.

Just to prove the HG-ness (Holy Grail-ness) of this concealer, in the picture above the tube is completely extended. I am almost at the stage where I have to dig the stuff out with a brush, and I’m close to tears. After all, at $95 these things cost an arm and a leg to replace.

Said concealer, Le Métier de Beauté Peau Vierge Correcteur in Light/Medium, is the first concealer I would ever use up. Prior to this, my favorite concealer was by Cle de Peau, and though that concealed discolorations and under-eye circles very well, it felt a little dry, and the blending wasn’t as seamless as I hoped it would be.

LMdB Peau Vierge Correcteur is creamy, but not heavy, and from the get-go it merged with my skin as if it were a part of it. I may never know whether it’s my eye cream or the Peau Vierge treatment in the concealer that keeps (most) of my dark circles away, but you won’t see me chancing it by changing my routine.

Without any makeup (except drawn-in eyebrows!)


With concealer

(It’s just my luck that when I had to take an important picture, a giant pimple popped up.)

A reviewer once criticized this concealer, saying that its effects weren’t extraordinary unless accompanied by the brand’s setting powder (also pictured).

I disagree and agree. While the concealer is perfectly awesome on its own, it does reach a new level when topped with the Eye Brightening and Setting Powder (mine is in Revive), appearing more blended in and lasting longer. It almost functions like the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder for the under-eye area. When you put it on, you look like you real-life Photoshopped your skin.

In the Unsung Heroes spirit, all of the other products I used in this look are products I consider HG (or close to it).

The long-running Makeup and Beauty Blog Unsung Heroes series features much-loved permanent collection products from a variety of bodacious beauty brands.

Full product list: Shu Uemura Retractable Eyebrow Pencil in Seal Brown (I use it in this eyebrow tutorial), Suqqu Kakitsubata Eye Color Palette (I have reviewed some Suqqu palettes here), THREE Flash Performance Eyeliner Pencil in 08, Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, Guerlain Noir G Mascara, Benefit Dandelion Blush, and Le Métier de Beauté Fraise Crème and Peche Crème layered over each other.

Xiao Lim of Messy WandsAbout the Author
The above guest post was written by Xiao Lim of MessyWands.com. You can also find Xiao on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram.

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  1. hanna says:

    I’m glad there’s another fan of this concealer. Great review!
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  2. Gowthami says:

    Haven’t tried yet!! Seems good one…
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  3. Christina says:

    Gosh Xiao, you look pretty darn good without makeup on. LOL! This concealer is fantastic! I liken it to Cle de Peau’s version, only with more colors to choose from.

  4. Denise S. says:

    Unless your before picture is deceiving you don’t really need much concealer. Especially not for $95 dollars! You look pretty without it.

  5. Emily says:

    What concealer do you use for blemishes?

  6. Vanessa says:

    Ummmm… Xiao… you are pretty much flawless in the before picture. I agree with the others…

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