This stuff really is the concealer of my dreams. Not only is the consistency thin which means that you don’t feel like your blemishes are caked in crap, but the thin consistency also makes it look seamless and as though your foundation covered the blemishes with perfection (which is most effective when you use a lightweight foundation or a tinted moisturiser, I’d say). I think you can probably see in the decidedly awkward picture of me above that the concealer really does blend into the foundation with absolute perfection and the concealed areas aren’t highlighted whatsoever – this is probably something you would avoid the most with a perfect colour selection.
As for the coverage, I think the picture also demonstrates that it is totally perfect. Not a blemish can be seen with a small dab of this stuff and because it’s such high coverage, only the smallest amount is needed and this really is true when put into practise. I don’t put much more than a baked bean sized amount on the back of my hand and I can cover all of my blemishes; I then probably use a slightly smaller amount than that to do my under eyes, which the concealer is actually perfect at concealing may I add. Take my advice: if you are an inbetween shade, buy the one that is slightly lighter than your face – not only will it work with any foundation that you may own because it’s easier to work with a concealer lighter than your foundation as opposed to darker, but a darker concealer normally draws more attention to the blemish than there was beforehand, especially if it’s targeting redness.
All in all, I’d say that the Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Concealer really is my new holy grail concealer and I urge everyone who takes a trip to America to pick one of these up from Sephora. I seriously do not think I will be able to live without this stuff now and so much so than I think I need to put a Sephora order in online the moment I come to the end of the tube. What a dream.