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Art Deco is a German cosmetics brand that is gaining popularity in Europe. I was unaware of the brand until their collaboration with Dita Von Teese.

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Within the range are some heavy duty camouflage concealers. As I have heavy dark circles, I’m always on the lookout for good full cover concealers. These come recommended for tattoo cover so they should be good enough on my dark circles, surely?

Price: £8.50
Weight/ volume: 4.5g (for comparison note that Bobbi Brown colour corrector is 1.4g)
Shades: 14
My shade: 3, 5, 7, 8
Features: waterproof cover cream concealer for coverage of skin imperfections and tattoos
Purchased/ sample: Purchased

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Sales blurb:
Camouflage Cream covers flaws in the skin perfectly and reliably and is ideal for special occasions, like photographic or bridal make-up. All colors can be mixed with each other which means the skin color can be matched exactly. The Camouflage Cream is also an ideal long-term make-up and lasts well even if the surrounding temperature is high. The cover can be light or heavy – depending on the amount applied and gets waterproof after fixing powder has been applied.

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+ Heavy duty full coverage of scars, undereye circles and blemishes.

+ Waterproof once set with a light patting of powder over the concealer. I applied the concealer to my undereyes, set with powder and it didn’t budge through my cooking and the resulting onion-induced tears.

+Fantastic value at £8 for 4.5g when Bobbi Brown is £18 for just 1.4g!

-/+ Waxy not creamy in texture but this is not necessarily a bad thing. The waxy texture is what makes it waterproof. It’s best applied with fingers or a stiff concealer brush and patted & pressed into skin.

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Yay or nay
Yay for sure. No negative points. The worst thing about it is the texture but that’s not really a complaint, it just means you need to apply slightly differently.
The price is amazing considering you are paying less than half of the Bobbi Brown price for 3 x product. I am definitely going to pick up some more shades and try some more Art Deco products.

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