SUQQU Radiant Cream Concealers and Retouch Pressed Powders

This March, SUQQU is launching new complexion enhancers to complement their popular foundations.

SUQQU foundations are one of the most desired bases and these foundations are heavily in my rotation (reviewed here and here).

I’m super excited to finally have an ultimate base with all things SUQQU!

RADIANT CREAM CONCEALER | £35/4g

SUQQU Radiant Cream Concealers

The new concealer comes in a sleek black packaging with a beautiful gold rim.  It has a twist-up mechanism with a soft white brush.

The concealer is available in 3 shades:

  • N-01 : light nude with subtle pink undertone 
  • N-02 : medium sand with neutral undertone 
  • G-01 : lighter coverage with radiant glow 

The formula contains Japanese native natural ingredients, Olive leaf extract, Angelica Keiskei extract, Shell Ginger extract as well as Hyaluronic Acid soothe the delicate, dehydrated areas round eyes & mouth. 

I was sent shades N-01 and N-02 and truth to be told I was expecting a light coverage with a brightening effect from them, but wow how wrong was I!  Fabulous pigmentation!

The texture is incredibly smooth and hydrating, feels very comfortable on.  It melts and adheres to skin evenly.  There’s a little tackiness which I prefer as I know that the longevity would be great.  There are shimmering pearls within the formula to give a radiant and brightened finish.

Longevity is fabulous, lasting over 6 hours with minimal creasing.  

The concealer in 01 is a perfect shade for my under-eye areas, truly brightens up my whole complexion and offers such a flawless finish.  Shade 02 can be used for a subtle contour.  To conceal hyperpigmentation or scars, I mix the 2 shades together for a perfect match.

RETOUCH PRESSED POWDER | £45/6.6g

SUQQU Retouch Pressed Powders

Can we take a moment to admire their beauty!

These are subtly-coloured, tone-correcting powders to perfect your complexion.

The powder is housed in an elegant, ultra-slim packaging with a high quality soft brush included.  Such a perfect compact to tuck inside even the smallest clutch for touch-ups!

There are three shades available.

  • 01 Porcelain: a cool toned light beige with a hint of blue 
  • 02 Glow: Natural, warm & healthy light peach 
  • 101 (Limited Edition) Lighting Snow: Uplifted & clarity enhanced finish

The formula contains Jojoba Oil, Olive Squalene, Sunflower Seed Oil to provide hydration.

I’ve used the powders both at the setting and finishing stage of my makeup routine, they work well at either stage.  However, I feel that they’re designed more as finishing powders to tone correct (subtle) and offer a soft focus effect.

The powders have a thin consistency so the finish is never chalky or powdery.  They don’t settle into my fine lines which is good.

Also, I love that I can either use the plain powder part or swirled together with the tone-correcting powders for the pore blurring effect.

SUQQU Radiant Cream Concealers and Retouch Pressed Powders Swatches
Left to Right: Retouch Pressed Powder 01, Retouch Pressed Powder 02, Radiant Cream Concealer 02 and Radiant Cream Concealer 01

Final thoughts 

Absolutely loving the new SUQQU complexion enhancers!  They work incredibly well with SUQQU foundations to create a flawless, healthy complexion.

SUQQU new complexion enhancers will be available at from 7th March at Selfridges, Harrods and Fenwick.

Thank you for being here today!

Much love always,

Sandyxo 

SUQQU Retouch Pressed Powders

This post featured products that were generously provided for review consideration. As always, opinions are my own and unbiased.

3 Comments

  1. Tracey E.
    7th March 2019 / 7:18 pm

    Hi Sandy, thank you for the detailed look at these new Suqqu complex products. I’m curious how much product is in the concealer and retouch pressed powders?

    • Sandy
      Author
      7th March 2019 / 9:55 pm

      Hi Tracy, thanks for reading! Each pressed powder contains 6.6g and each concealer contains 4g of product. I will update my post with these details. Many thanks, Sandy xo

      • Tracey E.
        8th March 2019 / 4:08 am

        That is most helpful, Sandy! Thanks so much!

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