January 25, 2012

Mahya Mineral Makeup Mineral Concealer in Natural - before & after, swatches, pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

I recently tried out the Mahya Mineral Concealer. It has great coverage and goes on really nicely. I have the shade Natural, which works well with my skintone (although a little light). You can see the coverage level in the before & after photo later in this post. I've been using this instead of my Bare Minerals concealer!

Check out my pics, swatches, stats, and review...

Mahya Mineral Makeup
Mineral Concealer
Shade: Natural

Mahya Mineral Makeup
Mineral Concealer Before & After

Mahya Mineral Makeup Mineral Concealer PRO's & CON's:
PRO's: great coverage, buildable, blends well, great shade selection, affordable
CON's: ?

Basic Stats for Mahya Mineral Makeup Mineral Concealer:
Formula: loose powder
Wear: average to your skin type
Coverage: buildable; light to full
Shade Info: currently available in 13 shades
Cost/Availability: $13.99 (2.5g jar) or $19.99 (10g jar). Available on the Mahya Mineral Makeup website.
Packaging: round jar, twist-off lid, sifter
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Kisses!

This loose-powder mineral concealer is fortified with vitamins A and E. It will restore tired, dull eyes to a natural, healthy, awake look. Great coverage, blends well, and lasts a long time. The minerals have a creamy consistency to them, where they will just glide on your skin like butter.

I list this as average wear for your skin type. We all wear mineral makeup differently, some people can wear it for a few hours before needing to touch up while others seem to wear them for days, lol. I always carry this with me when I go out, but never needed to touch up with it yet!

Buildable coverage, from light to full!

Shade Info:
Currently available in 13 shade choice. If you're having a hard time finding a seamless match I suggest purchasing two shades and mixing them together.

 $13.99 (2.5g jar) or $19.99 (10g jar). Available on the Mahya Mineral Makeup website.

Round jar with sifter and twist-off lid.

Mahya Mineral Makeup Mineral Concealer Review:
Up until this point, the only other loose-powder concealer I've used is from Bare Minerals. The Bare Minerals version works great, but I have to admit that I prefer the Mahya Mineral Makeup Mineral Concealer! I don't know why; I guess maybe it just works a lot better for me? Whatever it is, I just love this concealer!

As I mentioned above, I always bring this with me in my purse when I'm running errands or going places. I've never needed to use it yet to do a touch-up; which says a lot if you knew how much I struggle sometimes with how my makeup stays on my face. I haven't had the chance to test this out in the summer, but I bet it performs just as well!

This formula is more creamy-powder than it is powdery-powder, if you know what I mean.

The shade I have, Natural, works well with my NC30 skintone. I think Sandy Beige may be a better fit for me, but I'm not totally sure. On the Mahya Mineral Makeup website they are super helpful if you also purchase their mineral foundation (which I have and will review soon). They'll list if a concealer will work for you based on what shade you are in their mineral foundation. You can also email them if you need help with shade selection.

Overall, yes, I would recommend this! It really impressed me with its coverage level and how well it went on my skin!

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of this concealer? Have you tried this concealer or another mineral concealer? What are your thoughts? Discuss in the comments below.


  1. It really fit your skin tone, very well! :)

  2. i don't think this is available locally here ;( anyway, great concealer on you!

  3. I have not tried Mahya concealer.. but I bought their mineral eyeshadow stacks and mineral blush and they are excellent quality and I think Mahya is one of the best mineral makeup brands that I've used!

  4. I can tell, works well..base to before and after look pretty well.. good luck


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