Review of ColourPop No Filter Concealer – Fair Neutral 10 & Light Neutral 20

I’m very picking about my concealers and the undertones that they have. They need to be full coverage within giving me a pink or yellow appearance. I also don’t want it to crease or have any type of flashback. So when ColourPop came out with their new concealer, I was a little hesitant to try it but after watching several reviews some people rank it up there with Tarte Shape Tape which is my all time favorite concealer. I did pick up two shades: Fair Neutral 10 and Light Neutral 20. As I normally light a concealer lighter under my eyes but one that matches my skin tone for the rest of my fair. It was hard telling online if light would be too dark for me, as sometimes light can be depending on the brand.

ColourPop’s Claims on Each Concealer

“Our lightweight, creamy concealer was formulated with soft blurring pigments to give you a creaseproof, matte finish. No filter needed. Fair Neutral 10: Fair neutral with cool undertones. Light Neutral 20: Light neutral with peach undertones”

— ColourPop


On the left is fair and the right is light. These swatches have dried a little bit in the photos and get darker as they dry. So as you can imagine fair is quite dark.

Overall Thoughts

I tried this concealer and it creases like crazy. Also fair is as “fair” as the shade light from Tarte Shape Tape. So yeah that’s way too dark for my under eyes and light is WAY too dark for me. I am going to give the light shade to my roommate as it might just be perfect for her. But I’m not going to be reaching for this for my under-eye any time soon. Especially considering it creases after five minutes of applying it. But spot concealing I can use the fair shade for. However, overall I would say this is not really worth it. There are so many other amazing concealers on the market. I would love if they refomulated this concealer or made some lighter shades considering fair is more of a light shade rather than a fair shade.


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