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ColourPop No Filter Concealer Has a New Expanded Shade Range

ColourPop No Filter Concealer Has a New Expanded Shade Range

ColourPop is expanding their No Filter Concealer shade range this March 2018. When the product first launched last July 2017, ColourPop only released 15 shades which is already quite a range for a line of concealers. Now they’re releasing 15 more shades and they’re still under $10 each.

At $6, ColourPop’s No Filter Concealer is one of the best concealer formulas you can get in the market. It’s blendable and long-wearing, and a fave among beauty enthusiasts if you’re the kind of person who likes to jump on the makeup bandwagon.

TrendMood revealed that there will be five categories of shades: Fair, Light, Medium, Medium Dark, Dark, and Deep. Each of these categories will have 5 shades in them. We’re also seeing a lot more shades in all the undertones.

No Filter Concealer Shade List:

  • Fair 00-08
  • Light 10-18
  • Medium 20-28
  • Medium Dark 30 -38
  • Dark 40-48
  • Deep 50-58

ColourPop No Filter Concealer New Shades: Release Date

These shades will be released on the Coloupop website at 10 am PST on March 29, 2018. For Filipino ColourPop fans, this will be on March 30, 2018 at 1 am.

Check the new No Filter shades here:

It’s great that beauty brands have been working towards inclusivity these days because let’s face it, it’s not supposed to be ridiculously hard to find the perfect base shade. Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty foundation range has 40 different shades, a groundbreaking move from the usual 5-10 foundation shades. We’re hoping most big beauty brands will soon follow suit.

 

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