Can you believe Fenty Beauty has been crushing the Beauty Industry and its outdated standards for only a little over a year?? Fenty quite literally shook the world when that initial photo and announcement of their foundation with a huge shade-range! The game aint been the same since and us melaninated hotties are forever grateful.
It seems like Fenty Beauty had a new collection release every few months for a year straight and it’s honestly kind of hard to keep up. This time around, Fenty announced they would be extending their already vast collection of shades of their Pro Filtr Foundation, adding 10 new shades. Added to their complexion collection were 50 new Pro Filtr Concealers and 8 Setting Powders to match every shade group. WOW!
- Pro Filtr Concealer – $26 for 8ml / 0.27 fl. oz
- Pro Filtr Setting Powder – $32 for 28g
- My Fenty foundation shade is 420
The concealer shades I preferred were 420 and 410. Shade 420 is almost an exact match to my skin tone and I would use it to spot conceal blemishes and dark spots. Shade 410 is my everyday highlighting concealer shade. It gives my under-eye are a slight brightness but nothing too crazy. The Fenty concealers are so smooth and a little does go a long way. It’s blends easily for a smooth application. So easy in fact that I’m pretty sure I blended out the concealer in 10 seconds! Check my video for proof!
The setting powder shade I chose was ‘Hazelnut.’ The Fenty setting powders are basically translucent but they most definitely have a slight tint to them. The powder is so lightweight and fine. No cake face over here! It has a pleasant scent as well. ‘Hazelnut’ adds a subtle brightness to my under-eye area.
The Fenty concealer shade 410 and the Hazelnut setting powder are the perfect combo for when I’m trying to achieve the “No-Makeup” makeup look! Sometimes I do live for a very bright under-eye area so I’ll have to do more digging on which shades will work for that.
My first impressions on the new Fenty Beauty complexion items are pretty good. The concealers and setting powder are of good quality of course and work well even with non-Fenty products. The result is a smooth and flawless look without the creasing or cakey-ness. The only con I could see arising for some buyers is the cost. I think the cost of both products is comparable to some high-end brands but it most definitely falls in the middle of high and low-end brands.
All in all, I am a satisfied customer once again!
***Check out my video below for swatches and demo of concealer shades, 400, 410, 420 and the Hazelnut setting powder. I also throw in some swatches of a few of Fenty Beauty Matte Moiselle lipsticks.