This concealer, while it covers decently, is very thick, and settles into dry areas, and creases very easily. I am devoid of fine lines as of yet, but I do have drier skin, and this one is a bit too caky for me. I prefer the Select cover up.
This little pot of concealer has lasted me forever. I can't even remember when I bought it and how long I've been using it for even though I use it everyday. I apply it with MAC's concealer brush which makes the application much smoother and prevents any tugging on the delicate skin under my eyes. The colour matches pretty exact, and I use it under my Studio Fix, mainly to cover up my dark circles, and occasionally to spot cover blemishes, etc. It lasts me all day long, I never need to reapply under my eyes. It's pretty cheap, but the only thing I don't like is that it comes in a pot package. Little hairs, and dust seem to get trapped in the concealer because so much of the product is exposed. But it is compact, so it's good if you need to carry it out with you. I'd buy this again unless I find something that works better for me. I'm open to options :)
A MAC SA applied this under my eyes and on red spots. It creased horribly and made the fine lines around my eyes look really deep. Re-blending and powdering didn't help. The SA's snotty remark was, "Well, no one is going to look that closely" as I stood 3 ft. from her mirror.
It does offer dense coverage and works fine on scars and spots, but if you're looking for an under eye concealer, BeneFit, Px and Laura Mercier all offer better products.
This was too thick - ideal for someone who wants heavy coverage although I found that it cracked on me. Wouldn't buy it again i'm afraid
great for covering up blemishes. good price, pot lasts a lobg time. didnt make me break out more. will buy again.
I've always had trouble finding for the correct shade of concealer and finally i found a pretty close match at MAC. This works well for me as it is thick, creamy (easy to blend) and really covers! Also, its very pigmented. I have pretty oily skin on the forehead so it doesn't stay on as long as it does on the cheeks. One pro of this product is its wide range of shades. A con is that its in a pot and you need to get your own brush or sponge. I'm using a wand with a sponge tip from maybelline's true illusion concelear (which was soo wrong for me!) and so far, so good!
i have this in NW15..i'm liking it so far it's a nice consistency and covers very well with just a tiny bit. i think i prefer UD cloud cover as it's creamier and easier to blend, but MAC is more readily available to me so i'll just stick with this.
This is probably a fantastic concealor for "normal people" but, unfortunately for me, I inherited dark circles and bags under my eyes from my father's side of the family. I don't feel that I can give very objective reviews about concealors, but I can say that compared to the *numerous* other concealors I've tried over *many* years, MAC is one of the best. I apply this with a concealor brush (the first makeup I put on), apply foundation, then apply a "lighter" concealor. . . . . .the circles and bags are still there, but not quite as noticeable.
While it provides a nice opaque coverage for under the eyes, it tends to crease and get really dry-looking on me, and I discovered undereye lines I didn't know I had! So I stick to using this to cover blemishes or dark/red spots, where it works really, really well. I found it was best to apply it with a concealer brush after applying a foundation, though, because it's too easy to wipe off if I use your fingers or drag foundation over it.
after so many concealer i hv tried. i finially return to this wonderful concealer which's also the 1st one i hv tried yrs ago : ) a little pot could last for a yr and more with excellent color selection also the think texture and pigmentation make it the BEST concealer for me eyes!!!