I have been using this as an under-eye concealer for almost ten years. Nothing fancy, and obviously there are better concealers on the market, but this is a good product for a good price. I refuse to spend lots of money on makeup (I'd rather spend more on skincare), so I find reliable things for a good value. This is a creamy concealer, which is why I use it for under my eyes rather than to cover a blemish (doesn't do a good job covering acne) It goes on smoothly, brightens the area, and does not dry out my skin. I highly recommend!
I have been using this product for a couple of years. It's not really the best, to be honest. This will probably be the last time I will be purchasing this product. It doesn't cover that well. I wouldn't recommend it, just keep searching for the perfect concealer!
I actually liked this concealer. It was a little light for me but it worked out because it brightened redness. The coverage was really good and it lasted longer than most concealers.
Over my BB Cream, this is perfect to cover up redness or pimples. It's easy to blend in and a great consistency! I really like this(: The best thing is that it doesn't break me out more, like most concealers! I will definitely repurchase.
I got this concealer as a under my foundation concealer, and it covers scars... pretty good but it does not cover my under eye circles. This concealer is good if you are using it as a scar concealer but not a dark circle eraser.
It stings when applied over my eye area, it has no coverage at all, and the wand application is not hygienic. This really is one of those products for which the phrase "you get what you pay for" applies perfectly.
It's a watery light paste that streaks horribly. I have super horrendous eye area problems so it did not work for me at all, because it has really NO coverage! This is the type of drugstore product made specially for girls in their teens or pre-teens (or blessed women), that have skin with little to no troubles at all. Females with almost non-existent imperfections, THIS is for you.
It can actually work as a translucent highlighter over foundation! (The lightest shade). I'll add another lippie for that!
This matched me very well, but I found that it was a bit to drying for my skin type. It worked better as a touch up spot concealer then one that I would use under my eyes or on a very red problem area.
I have really dark circles and this doesn't cover them. it's a little to liquidy i fine and not very good coverage. it covers a bit if you have like mild case of dark circles, but not me. I also find it to white.
This is overall a very nice product. I have acne scars and blemishes and for a day when I don't want to do a whole face of makeup I can use this concealer with some powder and I am good to go. It covers well enough to make me feel comfortable enough to walk outside. I also works great under the eyes. The only thing is the packaging, it has a doe foot applicator, It doesn't bother me but it might to other people.
I have had this concealer in the color “natural beige” for over a year, so if the formulation has changed, I wouldn’t know. It says it's an under eye concealer, but to be honest, I would say this functions better as a medium coverage foundation than a concealer. I actually thought it was a foundation when I put it on my face. I like the consistency…really easy to blend and work with. It isn’t long lasting though. The color matches my skin perfectly, which is why I love it as a foundation just to even out skin tone. Personally, I could recommend using this to replace liquid foundation if you don’t use foundation on all areas of the face. It is compact enough to just throw in my purse, and I don't mind using doe foot applicators. I need to purchase another one, and when I do, I might have different thoughts if the formulation isn’t the same. Overall, I enjoyed this for the consistency and because the color really did look natural on my skin. I can't give it the best rating since I feel it doesn't work well under my eyes, (doesn't last long) which is where they tell you to put it. I know it's called "Fresh Complexion" though so maybe it's not designed to be full coverage.