Formula is designed to accommodate all skin types. Cream concealer is easy to blend. Buildable, matte finish fully covers breakouts without drawing more attention to them. Doesn't cling to dry patches or emphasize texture. Includes moisturizing hyaluronic acid.
May be too drying for very dry skin. Thick formula won't work well under the eyes.
Full-coverage formula is waterproof and stays in place all day, even at the gym or in the pool. Concealer glides on smoothly and effectively covers blemishes and acne scars, especially when applied with a brush. A little product goes a long way.
Formula dries quickly. You’ll have to act fast to blend it out.
Truly provides full coverage without looking dry or cakey. Concealer absorbs quickly into the skin without settling into fine lines. Formula feels lightweight and doesn't require touch-ups throughout the day. Effectively brightens under the eyes as well.
Difficult to get all of the product out of the tube. Very thick consistency.
A little product goes a long way when covering blemishes. Coverage lasts eight to 10 hours without smudging or separating. Effectively smooths over imperfections and never settles into fine lines. Creamy formula is easy to blend and never feels heavy. Available in a wide shade range.
Formula is less effective on dry skin. Always hydrate skin before use.
Formula is thick and tacky but doesn't feel heavy on the skin. Concealer is buildable, allowing for a range of coverage from natural to photo shoot-ready and everything in between. Stays in place all day, even in humid weather. Effectively covers blemishes and keeps shine at bay.
Can be difficult to blend. Try a damp sponge or brush to make it easier.
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Concealer is applied to the skin after foundation to hide any blemishes or imperfections. However, if applied incorrectly, it can sometimes accentuate those imperfections. For the best results, find a concealer that is buildable and always use a light hand when applying. For blemishes, look for a concealer with a matte finish that matches your skin tone. A lighter concealer with a radiant finish will highlight, rather than conceal, blemishes. Many full-coverage concealers don't need a color corrector underneath to fully conceal breakouts. If you have acne-prone skin, always look for an oil-free formula to avoid causing further breakouts.
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