Has a blurring effect on skin and evens out skin tones. Formula blends well and won't crease much throughout the day. Infused with invigorating ingredients, such as shea butter to boost skin elasticity. Hypoallergenic and popular among those with sensitive skin.
Can appear cakey on those with dry skin. Some reports that the tube leaks between applications.
Has a cushion tip for soft, smooth application. Hides dark circles and blends well with foundation for a natural finish. Lasts much longer than expected, even in humid environments. Some wearers buy lighter shades and use it as a highlighter. Available in 18 shades.
Consumers have mixed reviews about applicator. Many use their finger, sponge, or brush instead.
Spreads and dabs easily around the eyes. Feels lightweight on the skin and stays put. Formulated with balancing powder to achieve a balanced, blurred effect. Has hydrogenating properties, though it creases far less than other hydrating concealers.
Some felt they used up the tube rather quickly and wished a larger size was available.
Has one of the most diverse shade collections among concealers. Suitable for all skin types, including oily and sensitive skin. Formula has nourishing ingredients like collagen, hyaluronic acid, and peptides. Cream formula is gentle on delicate, mature skin.
A bit thicker and harder to spread than other concealers. May have a drying effect.
Glides on skin effortlessly and has a silky effect once it settles. Nourishes skin instead of drying it. High-pigment formula is effective at concealing dark circles and fine lines. Has a brightening effect. Non-comedogenic formula that is suitable for all skin types.
Has a rather limited shade collection. Some reported it creases later in the day.
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