L.A. Girl’s HD Pro Concealer is The Easiest No-Fail Contour Product Ever

If you fall into one or more of the following groups, this product is for you.

  1. New to contouring?
  2. Tried contouring, had a terrible experience, swore off it for good?
  3. Make occasional attempts to contour, but you're never really satisfied and wish it could be better?

I have a product that is a FAIL-SAFE, it's fool-proof, and by far the easiest contour product I have ever used. FULL STOP.

@mikaylajmakeup put me onto L.A. Girl's Pro Conceal H.D. concealer and if you haven't heard of Mikayla, go check her out. This girl does not play; she is easily one of the most talented, informative, and sweetest beauty influencers I've ever come across. Her tutorials, tips and recommendations have been godsends. I trust her entirely and have definitely upped my skills and found some incredible products because of her.

Now let's talk L.A. Girl's concealer. First off, don't be confused over it being a concealer, this product is fantastic for contour because of several factors, think of it as the Goldilocks of contour products. It's got just the right about of pigmentation, not too intense to give you that dirty, overly obvious look, but it's not too opaque either. And the real brilliance is in the blending; it blends out like a charm giving you the most natural contour ever. After all, the key to a good contour is making it look invisible. You don't want it to stand out; you just want to naturally enhance or detract attention from certain areas of the face. This is where L.A. Girl's product really shines. No matter how much you use, you can blend it out to look flawlessly natural. It is seriously so easy to use.

la girl pro concealer

You can also apply it any which way, fingers, brushes, or sponge, it won't make a difference. I like to use a sponge just because it's the fastest and I'm usually already using a sponge for foundation. Oh and, did I mention how great this product is for layering? It's awesome. You can apply it under or over foundation. You can add more later if you want to freshen up or intensify your makeup for going out and of course, you can blend it away easily if you feel that you want a more subtle look.

 

So, if you've been thinking about getting into contouring, or if you're ready to take your contour game to the next level with ease, please do yourself a favor and check it out. Your cheekbones will thank you.
Hannah Flack
Hannah Flack

I am a USC grad with a passion for beauty, health and science. I reside in beautiful California with my husband and puppy (@sebastian.thecavalierking).

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