Jeffree Star Magic Star Concealer & Powder Review

Jeffree Star Magic Star Concealer & Powder Review


ย Hey guys! So Jeffree released his highly anticipated Magic Star Concealer & Setting Powders and of course, I couldn’t resist they hype! I even threw in a little treat, and did a head-to-head comparison between his powders, and my current favourite powders from Fenty Beauty. Enjoy!

Products Mentioned:
– JSC Magic Star Concealer (C15 & C21)
– JSC Magic Star Powder (Caramel & Banana)

About the concealer:
Make dark circles, spots, and other skin imperfections disappear before your very eyes with Magic Star Concealer from Jeffree Star. Create the illusion of perfect skin with just a wave of your magic wand as this weightless concealer delivers full, never cakey coverage.

Why Itโ€™s Special:
Camouflage blemishes, rednesses, dark spots, and other imperfections with this magically lightweight, full-coverage concealer.ย The hydrating formula blends effortlessly and dries down to a satin-matte finish without caking or creasing.ย The angled doe-foot applicator allows for even, precise application.

My Thoughts

JSC Concealer: the packaging is cute, the formula is amazing and super creamy, its the perfect balance between a matte and a natural finish. The coverage is great, blendibility is phenomenal, doesn’t crease or crack after your face begins to get oily, definitely made for longwear, works well with the brands powder, melts into your skin like a dream, you can do your entire face with one dip into the tube.ย 

Overall Rating: 10/10

JSC Powder: the powder is quite a bit pigmented to be fully translucent, it really packs on so you have to use a light hand, it doesn’t blend into the skin as well as the Fenty but it doesn’t pretty well, it really smooths out your under eyes, and not to mention it smells amazing! However, the Caramel shade is too light to be on the deeper end of the spectrum and looked really ghostly once applied.ย 

Overall Rating: Banana (9/10) was a definite winner! However, Caramel (0/10) was too light to be the second to last shade in the line, there definitely needs to be something in between that and the darkest shade (Suede). For all over the face, I will be sticking with my Fenty Beauty.ย 

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Comments (4)

  • Dillyn Armani Reply

    Hazelnut is not the second to last darkest in the Fenty powder line. Bc after that there is Nutmeg, which is darker and then the darkest powder which is Coffee which is the darkest. What I actually wanted to ask was what do u think about the shade topaz? I'm a brown skinned girl and I was going to order topaz to set my highlighted areas bc it looked darker than banana but lighter than caramel. But ppl are saying that topaz is lighter than banana!! Idk now I think I'm going to order the JSC concealer in topaz for my highlighted areas rather than the banana. Being as that I already have banana shade in the Beauty Bakerie powder, and Sascha Buttercup. One is paler yellow (Beauty Bakerie) and one is deeper yellow (Sascha Buttercup). What would u suggest for me??? The JSC concealer in topaz or caramel for my highlighted areas? ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ #help

    May 29, 2019 at 9:27 am
  • princess Jacob mova Reply

    You explained everything so well!!!!! Thank you for your in depth review

    May 29, 2019 at 9:27 am
  • freakyprecious Reply

    Thanks again for another great video momma๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ, I couldn't agree more, Jeffree does blend beautifully but when I wore it for my full work day I noticed that it moved and there was product missing in certain spots, No Bueno, this "concealer" in my Opinion is only for no makeup makeup days, but then whats the point of using this if it isn't as full coverage as described๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜•

    May 29, 2019 at 9:27 am
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    May 29, 2019 at 9:27 am

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