Finder Beauty Fave: Nudestix Nudefix Cream Concealer

Posted: 2 October 2020 8:37 am


A concealer that claims to be skincare-infused?

When I was given the opportunity to try the Nudestix Nudefix Cream Concealer, I was pretty excited. Not only was it my first ever product from the brand, but it promised a natural coverage and finish, which is exactly what I was hoping to find for the upcoming summer.

It's described as a versatile concealer – it hides imperfections while also being powered by an array of skin-loving botanical extracts. Here's what I thought of it.

The quick verdict

Why is it good? This concealer feels and looks really beautiful on the skin.

How much is it? $47 for 10mL.

Where to buy it: Sephora.

Some of the noteworthy ingredients in the Nudefix Cream Concealer include sweet berry extracts (which carry anti-inflammatory properties) as well as arctium lappa root extract (which works to balance the skin's microbiome, strengthen the skin's barrier and assist in reducing acne). Think of it as a skincare infused concealer!

The liquid formula is soft and flexible, filling lines and smoothing texture, while also being lightweight and buildable. The concealer has been designed with a doe foot wand, allowing for flawless application.

The concealer also claims to have shade-adjusting pigments, and while that sounds a little far-fetched, I have to admit that it's true.

My skin tone is generally described as light with neutral undertones. I chose shade Nude 3 and unfortunately, it looked a tad too dark as I was applying it to my skin. However, after blending it out, the colour truly looked seamless and I was pretty impressed with the results.

The formulation is also vegan and cruelty-free, and free from fragrance, gluten, parabens, sulfates and phthalates.

The Nudefix Cream Concealer arrives in 13 shades, and you can check out the versatility below. While I don't personally believe 13 colours is enough, I will say that I do appreciate how diverse the shades are; it's not just five of the same skin tone.



The Nudefix Cream concealer offers a sheer to medium coverage. In saying that, the formulation is buildable, so you can easily layer it up if needed.

If you're looking for high-coverage, similar to the iconic Tarte Shape Tape, then this is not the concealer for you. Some days (or some nights out I should say) high-coverage concealer is exactly what I'm after. But the Nudefix Cream Concealer is perfect for everyday use when you're rocking that more "natural" makeup look.

It's super easy to work with and blends out seamlessly. I love that it feels really light and looks beautiful on the skin.


The Nudefix Cream Concealer retails at $47 for 10mL.

Do I think it's worth it? Yes, if you love a lighter and more buildable finish. But if you don't have the cash to spend, I wouldn't worry because you could most likely find something similar for less.

If for some reason, you are going to purchase from the Nudestix Australian site (instead of Sephora), you'll notice that there is a significant price difference, retailing at $27.50. We can confirm that this is due to the shipping and duty costs that are added when the item is shipped to Australia, so it does even out to the price of $47.

Where to buy

Nudestix is stocked at Sephora online.

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