I had been using Make Forever for about 4 years and its about $30 a pop at Sephora. I downgraded earlier this year to Mac which was about $17 a pop. I noticed my celebrity make-up artist friend was using Black Opal and she highly recommended it. I have been using the Honey color for about 3 months now. I love it. I am that girl who can't leave the house w/o concealer so it was good to find something that was super affordable. I combine it with Black Opal Total Coverage in Heavenly Honey and its still cheaper than what I was using before.
This is currently my fave under eye concealer. It does a really good job of covering my dark circles and doesn't dry out my under eyes. Plus the price USD$ 4.75 @ Walmart cannot be beat.
Flawless Perfecting Concealer by Black Opal -- covers okay, not sure if I like it after using TheBalm concealer. Like most concealers it covers ok, not completely with my blemish marks, and having oily/acne-prone skin this concealer does not stay matte. Was looking for an inexpensive concealer w/yellow/gold undertones--the Tan color came thisclose. I apply it the way it's supposed to be applied--with a concealer brush after foundation (Bareminerals Golden Tan) and before finishing powder. The one I bought smells like an industrial hospital disinfectant (not rancid like the makeup had gone bad). Was it supposed to be fragrance fee? Do they all smell like that? I think I'll keep searching for an inexpensive drugstore concealer.
It works somewhat well for my blemishes, and I say that because I can still see them even after applying makeup. It does absolutely nothing for my under eye circles. I may need to try another color...?
This product is really amazing. I needed a creamy foundation that wouldn't aggravate my acne-prone skin and would help cover any acne scars and under eye circles I had without making me feel like I have a ton of makeup on. This concealer is perfect for that. It super easy to apply and blend and luckily for me, the color matched well (I'm NW45 and I wear Beautiful Bronze).
I gave it 4 stars because it doesn't really dry/settle, so you have to be careful about things brushing against your face.
Bonus: at under $6, it's super cheap! Brown girls, don't sleep on Black Opal!
I love this concealer.
I had the wrong color before so I thought I didnt like it.
I went back and got the one in "Honey" and I really love it.
Its a perfect match for my NC42-ish skin.
Its thick enough to cover my scars but its not noticeable under
foundation. It doesnt irritate my skin.
Unlike the other Black opal concealer which is more liquidy -
this one is great !
This is my first time using a stick concealer and I'm in love with this one. I only use it to cover acne blemishes and it covers them perfectly! It is thick and creamy and it blends really well and I set mine with black opal pressed powder. For me it doesn't fade or get all over my clothes. I love it and I will buy another one. I have the color Beautiful Bronze.
The worst concealer I have ever tried. Put this next to the concealer lip corrector, and the altter gives the best coverage. It covers NOTHING at all. The waxy feeling on your face gives you a face that looks like an oil slick minutes after you've put it on. It's almost like putting tinted vasaline on your skin. you can feel it starting to clog the pores and expect to have break out with it. I have very dry skin on my forehead and nose so for me to say this felt like an oil slick on my face is bad. Obviously the people who have tried this and gave it good reviews have not tried the Black Opals lip corrector or their total coverage concealing foundation to do the same thing. I'm pretty annoyed that BO would even consider putting this crap on the market. I've had it on for 5 minutes and am washing it off already.
If you have a child that's drawing a tree trunk or a brown skinned person pass this off to them for their crayola
This stuff is crap! The colors choices are inadequate and the quality is worse. It goes on so light that it disappears under foundation, even Black Opal foundation! A waste of dollars.
I've only used concealer a few times in my life and that was over 4 years ago. It didn't seem to cover my blemishes so I stopped. I watched a makeup tutorial online and the person used Black Opal concealer and gave it a good review so I purchased the color Toast which was the closest one to my skin tone but of course a little lighter (as was recommended). I don't have to use much and it covers ALL of my blemishes and works great with the line of foundation that I use. My skin tone looks really even and blemish free after I apply it. Love this product!