After seeing the price of this, I knew I had to try it. Anyway, it blends nicely, and all, but, throughout the day is got a tad but ashy. Also, at school someone told me "why is it all white under your eyes?" (um RUDE!) So, yeah, but other than that, it worth the price. If your desprete for any concealer, try it! If you want a nice fresh look(like me!), save your money, and don't give up!
Not a fan! First of all, this broke me out after only a few uses! I wound up using it as a makeshift eye primer. It's really watery and not at all long lasting. It doesn't provide heavy coverage, which is something I usually look for in a concealer. The only good thing I have to say about this product is its smell. It smells like oranges, but you get sick of it really quickly! I love most ELF products, but this is not one of them!
This is crap. It doesn't cover anything. It does smell good, like oranges. The scent didn't break me out which surprised me because I have extremely sensitive skin. Save your money.
I understand that people complain about this product being too thing as a tone concealer for blemishes, but I choose to use it as an under eye concealer, and it works great in that regard. I love the scent too, but especially the price, since it was only $1...much cheaper than most under eye concealers I have bought that worked no better.
This concealer was so-so. I think it's okay for an extremely light coverage but it still doesn't show up that well on the skin. It's really watery but has a very nice smell. I actually like the orangey smell that they've used in a couple of their products. I do sometimes use this if I want a light amount of makeup but I mainly use my Revlon or Glamoflauge concealer. I will finish this tube up but I wiill not repurchase this concealer. If you're on a tight budget and not looking for a ton of coverage then get this.
E.L.F. has long history of naming their products for some mismatched function, then acting all confused when consumers use it for something completely different. Case in point: My Powder brush is used for liquid foundation.
When I first got this concealer, I too wanted to throw it out and shout a few none too nice words at it. It's very sheer for a concealer, and it's orange. When you have acne like I do (although it is healing), sheer and orange do not a good concealer make.
Then I saw the reveiws that said this concealer is actually much better as a corrector for those stubborn undereye circles. I tried it and they're right! It's creamy and perfectly colored to cancel out undereye darkness without creasing. For $1, I'll take it.
I also love that it has an orange type scent (which, admittedly goes with it's color). Normally scented products bother me, but this isn't too overpowering and actually smells quite nice.
So E.L.F. do us all a favor. Rename this as a corrector, and watch the sales go up when people realize what this little product is capable of.
Oh, and quit calling it the Powder Brush. 90% of us use for foundation anyways.
Great concealer to have around! Got this at Target for a dollar! Smells like citrus, as does the Tinted Moisturizer from the Essential line. Covers pretty well and blends nicely. Okay color selection, but only for light-medium skin tones are only Target.
I first bought this off eBay, not really knowing what to expect, because at the time I had very little experience with Elf products.
I bought the shade 'Ivory' with the intention of using it in a multipurpose fashion.
The coverage is fairly thin and wasn't really working for my blemishes, which I could have blamed on how cheap the product is, but really it's quite common for me to experience that with liquid concealers.
So instead, I exclusively used it under my eyes.
I don't have bad discolouration or bags, so I don't need anything heavy, and this works amazingly for what I need it to. Ivory is such a light shade that it actually brightens my under eye area, which is rare for a drugstore brand.
I used one tube up, and bought another, in the exact same shade 'Ivory', but for some reason it was actually darker than the original tube I had...I don't know how to explain it, but the one I own now is somehow darker and more yellow-toned.
So all in all, not amazing for blemishes in my opinion, but to achieve a low-cost Kim Kardashian brightened eye look, get a shade or two lighter than your skin tone and voila!
I nominated 'yes' to repurchase, but honestly I'm not sure, since the shades may have changed, but then again I might have just gotten an incorrectly labelled one/bad one.
I love ELF products. This was a HIGE DISSAPOINTMENT. In my opinion the best thing is the scent. It smells like Oranges. Horrible concealer, This did nothing but accentuate my flakes, ( I have dry skin). Worst concealer ever, its only a dollar which is ok. I have never tried a worse concealer then this. also the cap broke off. As I was twisting it the top part of the cap came off, It has terrible packaging and is unsanitary, never try this!
i love a lot of my elf products, this wasn't my favorite from them though. this was one of my first concealers. i got it in light beige which is perfect for my skin tone. it actually does last a long time, i bought it several times and it's lasted about a month and a half. it's very light coverage, so it's good for those who are beginners to makeup. it's not good for covering blemishes though. it smells like oranges, some people may like that, i don't. this was what you'd expect though from a $1 concealer, i love the price. and the concealer's pretty good for $1.