I’ve always loved their products and was intrigued when they entered the color category with the Hello Fab Bendy Avocado Concealer.
Once I found out that Emmy award-winning makeup artist Kevin James Bennett consulted with First Aid Beauty on this concealer, I was down to clown.
I also like avocados so my tastebuds were interested too.
I purchased the Hello Fab Bendy Avocado Concealer in Fair with my own money from Sephora. I primarily use concealer to brighten up under my eyes, nose and mouth and chin.
- Avocado oil: hydrate
- Caffeine: de-puff
- Tremella mushroom extract: hydrate
- Vitamin E: hydrate
Shade Range 8/10
I find the shade range moderate with 7 shades. To compare, Urban Decay’s Naked Concealer comes in 14 shades.
Being that this is a new product, I’m sure they’ll gauge how it does and expand from there.
I purchased Fair and for reference, I wear Light Warm in Urban Decay’s Naked Concealer, or NC20 in MAC.
I appreciate the extremely fair shade of Bone, though I don’t know how deep the darkest shade, Deep really is.
This isn’t an opaque, full coverage concealer. I would describe it as medium but buildable.
Left: no concealer, Right: 1 layer Hello Fab, applied with a damp beauty sponge.
When set with powder, I didn’t experience any major creasing or fading. As with any concealer, you’ll get creasing if you apply too much.
Concealer before setting with powder
I also tried out the Hello Fab Bendy Avocado Concealer on a few dark blemish scars on my cheek. As you can see, the coverage is medium, but does not fully eradicate the dark spots.
I think the doe-foot applicator is easy to use and probably the most common concealer packaging format. I would prefer a squeeze tube to allow one to squeeze every last drop out but otherwise, no issues with the packaging.
I think $22 is a great value for a quality concealer with great ingredients and formula.
What I liked
- Hydrating formula
- Minimal creasing
- Easily blended with fingers, brush or damp sponge
- Good, moderate price point
- Clean ingredients