Review: 10 Pan Concealer 1 of Ru Paul's Drag Race Tutorial - Raven's "Country Western" Look

Hi Bellas,

I had the chance to review the 10 Pan Camoflage Concealer Palette from  I've seen this product out there on the market as many companies are retailing this palette.  I was always a little skeptical to see how well it worked and was excited to test it out so I can tell you all what I really think about it.

Check out my video review!  

To see part 1 of my tutorial inspired by Raven of Ru Paul's Drag Race using this palette, as well as a chance to win one for yourself, click here!

First Thoughts
I received the package in the mail within 3 days of ordering it.  I will say that the company definitely knows how to package their products!  It came in a box filled with Styrofoam peanuts and it was double triple quadruple wrapped.  That's What I'm talking about!  I've ordered similar type of palettes from ebay and they were shipped in padded envelopes which usually means some kind of damage and breakage.  My palette arrived in perfect condition.

The palette has 10 shades ranging from light to dark.  It's a pretty decent range but if you're on dark end of the skin tone spectrum, you might consider using this as more of a highlight palette.  The pans are actually pretty large and contain a thick, cream based concealer.

Testing out the product
I was able to find the perfect shade for myself by mixing two of the colors.  The consistency is pretty thick but not dry like my RCMA foundations.  They kind of remind me of the MUFE concealers but maybe a bit thicker.  You can definitely thin out the foundation with moisturizer or apply it with a damp sponge to help make it more creamy.  I'm actually not bothered with the consistency though because the thickness allows for a heavy coverage for those who need maximum concealing.

Multiple Uses
This product is actually great for so many different uses.  It's awesome for aspiring makeup artists on a really tight budget who need something quick for their first couple of gigs.  However, while this is great for starting out, I still recommend expanding your kit with professional foundation palettes when you are able to.

Also, if you love to do makeup on your friends, this is very convenient.  I would recommend it for your own personal use as can use it for concealing and then utilize the lighter shades for highlights and darker shades for contouring.  When you get a little more pale in the winter or tanner in the summer, you can add the appropriate shade to your existing foundation to adjust it appropriately.


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Check out part 1 of my drag makeup tutorial inspired by Raven from Ru Paul's Drag Race "Country Western" Episode.  I do a full face of drag foundation using the 10 pan camoflage concealer palette.

FTC Disclosure:  Products were sent from company for review.  I am not affiliated with the company and not paid to write the review.  These are my honest thoughts.
Atlanta Makeup Artist