on 1/30/2018 4:31:00 AM
More reviews by sweethobbymakeup
This thing makes my all foundations work perfect and stay on my face all day. My T zone is not oily with it and there’s no separation around my nose. Previously I applied different primers on different parts of my face, now I need only this one
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 1/30/2018 12:09:00 AM
More reviews by kristenlynnsloves
This is an overall really good concealer. Covers dark circles amazingly! Absolutely love that! It creases pretty little if you set it!I have a youtube channel, where I talk about all things beauty, I will leave my links down below! Im pretty sure I have mentioned that this is in a tie for first place of my favorite under eye concealer! My other favorite is the it cosmetics bye bye undereye concealer! Both are awesome for covering dark circles!Link to my channel:
on 1/29/2018 8:52:00 PM
More reviews by lovelywlm
This is an expensive product for what you get. Sheer, your lips but better shade. Creamy, hydrating. Like other reviewers have said, you can get this shade from any cheap tinted lip balm in a neutral color. Not worth the cost at all. Mine came in a sephora lip set otherwise I never would have purchased it full price. On my neutral-warm fair skin, the shade comes across as a pinky brown nude. It has a shiny finish. You have to apply several layers to get any sort of color from the product to show up. One layer is going to look VERY faint indeed and do what a lip-balm does. It's certainly not a bad product, it's just not worth the high-end price tag in the least.
4 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 1/28/2018 5:20:00 PM
More reviews by cashmerecatt
TLDR: This was a complete and total impulse buy. I'm not sure if I'll buy it again, but I find no faults with it and will use it until it's gone. I think it's worth trying if you want smooth dark circle coverage. So this wasn't planned. I wanted something new for my undereyes and went into Sephora with the intention of trying Tarte Shape Tape. (Fun fact! Sephora doesn't carry it; I didn't realize this.) Anyways, a sales rep recommended the NARS concealer to me instead so this is what I have now.I bought it in the color Creme Brûlée which honestly may be a fraction dark for me right now, but it was the only "cool" light tone. I find that if I pat in a thin swipe of my light Maybelline dark circle corrector it helps balance out the tone. I've applied it both with fingertips and with a beauty blender and it blends out nicely either way. The coverage is fine but not mind-blowing, it does successfully brighten up my dark undereyes. I've not had any issues with it looking cakey or dry, and the creasing is minimal. It blends on very smooth actually. I've also not noticed it oxidizing or anything weird. As easily as concealers break me out, I've worn this one daily for a week and had no acne issues from it. Overall it's OK. I like it enough that I'll finish the tube. I don't know if I'll purchase it again after this since I'd still like to try Tarte, but I think it's fine.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 1/28/2018 1:08:00 PM
More reviews by carliz
Ok so I only have used this once but I was excited to review it, so I'll update the review as time goes on. Also, I want to note that I have oily skin, texture/clogged pores on my forehead, a few pimples but no discoloration/redness. I have the shade barcelona, (for reference I'm 127 in the HD invisible cover from MUFE, bronze beige in photofocus from WnW), and it felt like a good match. I wore it for about 9 hours yesterday, and used an e.l.f powder brush (black with a flat top) to apply it. I am planning on trying it with a sponge and my fingers later to compare the finish. I would say it was medium coverage, which is what I was looking for. I didn't use a primer but I did powder with Soap & Glory One Heck of a Blot prior to applying the foundation (and after letting my sunscreen set). I used LM translucent powder to set the foundation, and didn't use a setting/finishing spray. I didn't get oily til the 6th hour, but didn't touch up since by that time I was just relaxing at home. When I was getting ready to remove my makeup, I noticed some slight separation in the area between my eyebrows/beginning of my nose (I feel like this has a name but idk lol) but it was only noticeable when I looked closely in the mirror. I liked that there was no heavy creasing in my laugh lines, and it didn't emphasize the texture in my forehead either. So with all of that said, I liked the finish (satin matte) and how it wore throughout the day. For right now, I'm sure that I would repurchase. A little goes a long way, so I think it'll last me a good while. I'll try applying it with different tools and update it later! UPDATE 2/2- I think it's just a bit too dark, and I'll try mixing with a lighter foundation. Also, I applied it with my fingers and prefer the e.l.f. powder brush. It felt too heavy, and looked thicker with finger application. It also settled more into my laugh lines. UPDATE 3/9- My favorite way to wear this right now is mixing it with my moisturizer. It sheers it out, which helps with the texture on my forehead. Not sure, if I'd repurchase since I'd probably be better off with a tinted moisturizer in this case, but those tend to be very limited in their shade ranges.
on 1/28/2018 4:38:00 AM
More reviews by LadyxBec
Did not like this at all! The good: the formula is ok - if used with an alternative brushThe bad: I hate the brush! I "stabbed" my eyes with it trying to get right to the root of my lashes and found that it really didn't coat very well, or comb our clumps. The brush does not assist in getting any volume, length or separation.
on 1/27/2018 5:03:00 PM
More reviews by hussyred
I’ve only owned this product for two days, but I can say I am very pleased with the concealing coverage and color match, but not so much with its staying power. Price ($30) is good for a product in a skinny lip gloss or mascara tube.
I’m 50+ AA woman with oily skin. Apparently my skin tone is a few shades lighter than Rihanna’s (I bought Fenty Foundation, but that’s another review). The only areas I want to conceal are my dark purplish hereditary under eye circles. In 40+ years of wearing makeup, I have never found a concealer that made me happy. This one does for about four hours at a time.
The sales rep at Sephora said it has “color correcting” properties. That was the reason she didn’t suggest the less expensive concealer stick Nars makes. I didn’t try it.
This product came in a skinny tube with an applicator wand that has a sponge tip. There is not that much product in the tube. It’s such a thin tube.
I blended it with my fingertips and a sponge. I couldn’t believe how well it covered my circles. They were gone!
The coverage lasted until about lunch. I had left it at home so couldn’t reapply. There was a ghost of concealer.
I think it is too expensive at $30 a tube, but if I can’t find something better, I will probably buy again. I don’t have another 40 years to look for a substitute!
on 1/27/2018 9:46:00 AM
More reviews by conceal4ever
LOVE THIS. It’s my new HG concealer. After almost 6 years, Lancôme has discontinued my waterproof concealer and I had to try a new one. This was listed in almost every top 10 concealer list so I gave it a try. It comes in many different colours so it was very easy to find a match to my skin. It applies like a liquid concealer, but goes on like a creamy pot concealer. A little does a lot and this provides fantastic coverage. I was born with dark under eye circles and I’ve tried everything on the market to cover them, so I’m thrilled to find one that covers and brightens my shadows so well. Will definitely repurchase this.
on 1/27/2018 1:10:00 AM
More reviews by danilam
I bought this concealer due to all the hype, but it just didn't work for me. I have sensitive/combination skin and this concealer just broke me out. It inflamed the pimples I tried to conceal and unfortunately was too sheer for my taste. I think if you have somewhat clear skin that isn't sensitive, this would be perfect for you. Disappointed this didn't work for me, but glad it works for others.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 1/26/2018 6:08:00 PM
More reviews by loulouJ
Used my Christmas Sephora cards on this, but I will be returning it shortly. I really wanted to love it, the color was perfect ( Deuville), and was easy to apply. Beautiful satin finish.The bottle is beautiful and the pump works well. I was super excited and thought this was a new favorite...Sadly after about 4 hours of wear it had separated badly in my T zone, and was such a patchy mess I removed it at work. Next try was with my Elf primer, it did hold up somewhat better, but still not great, and more creasing that without primer.Next try was primer only T zone, and Laura Mercier setting powder on top. Not as much creasing, still disappeared from nose and chin, most of the foundation ended up on the goggles I wear while working.To be fair, I do have an oily Tzone, i live in a humid climate, and I have a physical job. But I thought that was exactly what this foundation was geared towards. I get much better wear with a lot less fuss from my $6.00 Full Coverage Foundation from the Ordinary. The NARS foundation is $60 in Canada. Sorry NARS, this might work for somebody, but not for me. Back it goes.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 1/25/2018 7:11:00 PM
More reviews by spritzensprite
I am surprised at all the bad reviews on here and other sites for this foundation. I bought it last week, and love it. Perhaps it doesn't work well with oily skin? I am 44 with dry skin and acne scars that need coverage. I didn't use a primer, just Clinique gel moisture surge. It provided full coverage that appeared to soak right into my skin and Fuji was a perfect color match. It did start to fade after about 8 hours, but a bit of reblending with powder, and it freshened right up. It isn't as full coverage or long wearing as EL doublewear, but for someone with dry skin, it looks less cakey. It also isn't as scrumptious as Armani Lasting Silk (which was my favorite until it got replaced) but it is a good coverage foundation with a more natural finish.
on 1/25/2018 6:00:00 PM
More reviews by Rin13
This stuff is pricey... however... it's the only concealer I've found thus far that I can use around my eye area. I've tried nearly every other raved about concealer that's both made for the undereyes and not and this is the only one that doesn't make my eye area look like a desert. I don't even have a ton of wrinkles around my eyes but it is on the dryer side so concealers typically cake up and extenuate every line. This stuff is a thin enough consistency but has a decent amount of coverage. It also works on blemishes but I typically use the Tape Shape for that because I can't use TS for my dark bags and that's what I bought it for. (basically I want to use it up)
on 1/25/2018 9:47:00 AM
More reviews by ReaganLizzie
I really really really wanted to love this-- I thought I had finally found my HG, and had read so many lovely reviews on how classic and dependable this is. But alas--- it broke me out :( Badly. And it's pretty obvious that it's the culprit, stopped using 2 days ago and my breakouts are already way less inflamed. Plus, it kind of made me shiny/ my makeup slippery, and my skin is dry/ thirsty AF so that's saying something.
on 1/25/2018 6:12:00 AM
More reviews by pinkmarquis
Thanks to a recommendation on this board I picked up this Nars Soft Matte concealer. The girl at Sephora recommended Custard for my olive skin tone and she was bang on. I may even be able to go down a shade lighter but that might be too light. My goal was to eliminate foundation from my life even if temporarily. I am just getting a bit tired of the full makeup routine and wanted my skin to breathe even though I have a few bad and obvious sun spots and uneven skin tone. The skin tone doesn't bother me so much because hey - it's natural. But the sun spots are just too much evidence of my old sun worshipping days! This concealer helped me achieve that. I prefer to use it after applying my smashbox primer as it goes on easily. A little goes a long way and I try to tap it into the areas where my sunspots are mainly around my cheekbones and below. It is buildable and loooks pretty matte as its name suggests. I use a mineral powder with medium colour but looking to find a different one to suit this change in routine. I feel a powder is probably necessary to tie it all together especially since there's no foundation. I then use bronzer and recently started to use a highlighter on the cheekbones. These steps also help to mask the sunspots. It's still work - but it's nice to skip the foundation for awhile. Before this I was using Revlon colourstay concealer which I found was a close dupe for Estée Lauder doublewear concealer. I have been happy with it for years but there was no chance I could use it without foundation. Although pricier than I would like it to be, a little Nars soft matte concealer goes a long way. And if I'm skipping foundation then it helps me justify the spend.
on 1/25/2018 5:28:00 AM
More reviews by Lizziepawlicki
This is my go-to blusher (although I basically use it as a bronzer) and I use it everyday. It’s very buildable and the colour is gorgeous. I have fair skin and it makes me look like I’ve been in the sun for a few hours.
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