I picked this product up in two shades after reading good things about it on MUA. I bought one shade to match my complexion concealer wise (nude) and the other to brighten/correct (radiant). I've since returned the nude shade because radiant does a much better job in covering my blue/purple circles than the former. Radiant is peach based and more adept at correcting and highlighting my circles. Peach always seems to work very well shade wise on disguising my circles so I should've known to go w/ that one from the start. It's an impressive and very effective product considering it's drugstore and cheap. I've used YSL's touche eclat in the past and this does a much better job IMO for a fraction of the price. Like touche eclat this is also in click pen form which I don't mind. Skintone wise I typically range from NC25-30 depending on the time of year. This retails for around $6.50 @ Walmart.
Overall I like this product. I have blueness on the inner corner of my eyes and a little bit lower down as well and this product covers that up very nicely. I also have one small red spot on my cheek that it doesn't cover up. Maybe I didn't get a dark enough shade, I don't know but for the blueness it works quite well. I would buy this again
I bought this in the shade radiant, which is the pink one, in hopes to brighten the undereye area. At first I thought it was nothing special but then I found myself using it everyday. It does do. Pretty good job at brigtening the area more but will certainly not give you the Kim kardashian effect if that's what you're going for. The clicker can be inconsistent and I wish it was more easier to blend. The fact that i still want to try ysl touché éclat means I'm not completely in love with this product
It's a nice concealer, but doesn't really do anything special IMO. It actually burns the skin under my eyes when I apply it...so not sure what particular ingredient I'm reacting to, but I won't repurchase for that reason.
After lusting over YSL Touche Eclat for years, I still cannot handle the price tag.
Now, I have lucked out - I don't have undereye circles. Before scorning me for boasting, however, consider that I am battling hormonal acne at the moment.
I bought this last week in Ivory (I'm NC15/NC20). It is fantastic. Applies like a dream, looks natural, and brightens without any shimmer, and without the reverse-panda look. I apply it after my Kiehl's Avocado Eye Cream, and it doesn't crease, nor does it dry out. One click to two clicks, and the perfect amount of product comes out.
I like this way BETTER than YSL touche eclat!
I found YSL to be on the dry side, didn't blend nicely and could look patchy over foundation.
Maybelline's version is amazing! Best highlight/concealer I've tried to date. It goes on smooth, blends well, doesn't cake up or accumulate into pores/lines.
Seriously this is a must have. I wish the packaging was a bit more luxurious but well we can't have our cake and eat it too I suppose.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this concealer! i went to the drugstore to purchase the Maybelline age rewind double face perfector, which was a concealer on one end and highlighter on the other. I loved that concealer but it has been discontinued!! So i picked up this one instead and it is perfect!! It's like a combo of both ends of the age rewind! I could not be happier with the brightening effects this product has, it's perfect for under the eyes! It leaves a dewy finish so i set it with translucent powder, but that is not necessary if you like the dewy look. This stays on my face ALL day! Will be repurchasing today(:
Love it. Love it. Love it. This is the drugstore dupe for ysl touche eclat, and having used both I can say that I prefer the Maybelline version. It lasts all day, there's a good color selection, it's easy to blend, and the brush on the end is handy. The only thing that bothers me is that you don't get a very good amount of concealer for the price, but I would still buy it again.
**EDIT** The packaging sucks. The writing that 's on the tube is done in gold glitter-type ink and it flakes off very easily and quickly after using. I ended up with showgirl-esque glitter on my face that wasn't very easy to remove. I kept the overall rating the same because I still love how the product itself performs. Just wanted to warn others before they had to find out the hard way.
This is the best concealer I've used for the redness under my eyes. I don't have dark circles, but I'm really fair and have a lot of pink in my skin, especially under my eyes. I only wear tinted moisturizer which covers most of the redness on other areas of my face, but didn't totally cover the under eye area. This works brilliantly! It doesn't look obvious, doesn't get cakey or dry looking, and lasts all day. It brightens without being sparkly. It doesn't make my eye makeup smudge and doesn't irritate my eyes at all. I find the brush applicator to be useless but that's not a big deal. I just dot this where I need it and blend with my ring finger. This is a really good find for me since everything else I've tried for the under eye area always looked caked on and really dry. Definitely a repurchase!
I really like this for under the eyes, and even a little on a blemish if it's really dark to brighten it up a bit. The biggest complaint is the packaging. I do like the clicky-twist because it doesn't give out too much all at once. My issue is that you get so little product in this thing. Yes its cheaper because it's drugstore, but I had to repurchase after less than 2 months because it was empty, and I only use it under the eye. So for the 8 dollars I got it for, I would spend over 40 dollars a year on this thing. No thanks. I have concealers that do almost the same job just as well that last a lot longer.