Love: W3ll People Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer

w3ll-people-concealer-medium-dark-0-25-ozAs I’m sure you know the lack of good clean concealers is a constant source of frustration to me, so I am hugely excited when the new cream concealers from one of my favourite brands W3ll People launch in the UK last month.

Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer (£18.25) made it’s debut in the US earlier this year. I had a little play with some sample pots and could see how they could quickly become a firm favourite both in my own make-up bag and my kit!

The firm, mousse-like formulation is beautifully soft and velvety and feels amazing. Once it has been worked into the skin, there is a lovely nourished feel to the skin – even a couple of of hours after application! Containing a cocktail of organic algae, coffee, pomegranate and anti-aging peptides, it is designed to brighten, de-puff and improve the skins texture – It doesn’t sit in my (many) fine lines either.

In a bid to put it to the challenge I also used it as a foundation, covering the currently somewhat patchy and high colour areas around my cheeks, nose and chin; It took on the challenge without an issue.

Despite being available in just four shades; Fair, Light (in the UK shortly), Medium and Dark, the spectrum of skin tones the concealers cover is pretty good for a natural brand. I have yet to try these on anyone else so will keep you posted on this.


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  • How is this in comparison to the RMS unconver up? Has it got better coverage?ReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      HI Aliya
      I think it has better coverage however it is different coverage. RMS is sheerer and much dewier (on my skin anyway), W3ll People has more of a satin finish and slightly more coverage.
      I hope this helps
      L xReplyCancel

  • […] W3ll People Concealer (£18.25) It was love at first sight with this concealer. The creamy formulation goes on like a dream and gives greater coverage than many other green concealers. I have yet to use it on a job however on myself it is a winner. Available in four shades suitable for fair to medium/light skin tones.   Green People Mascara (£15.50) This has been my go to mascara of late. Not too wet and not too dry, the Green People mascara gives the lashes lift, definition and understated volume without the need for fibrous additions. Available in black and brown (I have used both), the colours are flattering – I just wish they follow W3ll People’s lead and introduce some more colours! OCC Creme Colour Concentrates (£15.50) I’m more than slightly obsessed with these and use them at every given opportunity when I’m at work. A fabulous (and vegan friendly) multipurpose product I have used they as lips colour, cream eyehadow, cheek colour, foundation (not on its own) and also as a grease paint on tattoo work. I can’t fault them for colour payoff and they look great on camera! Tara Harper Lip & Cheek Tint in Very Naughty (£29.00) After being distinctly unimpressed with the first three shades of this creamy lip/cheek tint, I had a total change of heart when Very Naughty was launched late last year. A beautiful ruby shade which creates the perfect understated natural looking flush to the cheek. A definite (and cleaner) replacement for my old Josie Maran Watercolor Gelée.    Viseart Concealer Palette (£59.95) Yes it’s another concealer option but this palette is an essential part of my pro kit. I get that the price isn’t one that most would stretch to and it is very much a pro-product but I can’t recommend it enough. I use this on pretty much every make-up I do. it conceals, highlights, contours and I’ve even used it as eye shadow! A real multipurpose gem. […]ReplyCancel

  • Elisabeth

    Hi, I struggle with dark circles, and finding a good concealer that really covers them (and doesn’t cause acne), is hard. Have you got any experience with this one on dark circles, and would you recommend it?ReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      Hi Elisabeth
      I haven’t used it on super dark circles so i can’t comment on its effectiveness for this Im afraid. One suggestion is to invest in a camouflage cream and apply this before your foundation and then lightly go over a with a light reflecting concealer. The colour of the camouflage cream you need will depend on the base colour of your circles – a salmon coloured cream will hide blue toned circles where as a pinker cream will hide greener circles. If you have any further questions do drop me a message and I’ll try to help.

  • Husna Shane

    Any uk stockistsReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      Yes there are a couple – Content and Cult beauty in the UK. Content also have a store in Marylebone if you want to try it.:)ReplyCancel

  • […] I don’t usually wear foundation (unless it’s a particularly special occasion) as I generally find it too heavy on my skin so I started with Green People DD Tinted Moisturiser and hid any blemishes and shadows with W3ll People Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer. […]ReplyCancel

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