I got this in the 'confessions of a concealaholic' set, and I'm really glad I did! It's the best product I've ever tried for concealing my terrible dark circles, a million times better than the popular Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat. I've tried so many concealers and have never had a result as good as this. It's quite expensive, but really thick and concentrated- you seriously need only a tiny, tiny bit to get the job done. I would highly recommend! (minus one star because of the price and slightly cheapo looking packaging!)
I read some generally good reviews about the product and decided to give it a try for my under eye circles. It goes on very creamy and you need very little, which are two great advantages to the product. However, the light shade was too light for my skin tone and the medium ended up being too orange, even after using a foundation afterwards. I also found for me, it was quite dry & creased towards the end of the day. Not the product for me, so I ended up returning it.
update: 8/3 -- i no longer use this...if you are looking for HG concealer, look no further than tarte creaseless with maracuja oil (see my review).
i've actually had great success with this product...both in #1 and #2. yes, i have found it to crease in the past. i just perfected a new concealing method using this first and then the Dior Radiance Booster Pen afterwards and the creasing went away for the most part...regardless though, i think this is a good little concealer. i use #2 on my purplish-brown dark undereye circles and #1 on darker places on my face that i'd rather see a little lighter (like my stupid laugh lines that turn red at any given moment)...a little goes a LONG freakin' way...i was applying way too much at first...less is more with this product. i have applied in extremely light layers in the past, that works okay. i've tried all kinds of brushes...i like using something fluffy i've decided (MAC 224 except the damn thing keeps shedding on me...ugh). you get a lot of product for the money...hasn't seemed to dry out on me either...heck, i worked from a sample packet put in a 5gm jar for months if you can believe it...lasted THAT long, stinkin' little sample packet. i think the spatula thingamajig that it ships with is ridiculous although i suppose you could use it to scoop some out and put in a sample jar as i did, that way one wouldn't have to keep exposing the actual product jar to air. but whatever, however you do it, try a few different methods...i really like it and my dark circles are no picnic.
This stuff creases like crazy! I was told to blend it in with Stay Don't Stray and it would resolve the creasing, but no. Nothing changes no matter what I do, so I'm done with this product.
I actually really love this product, despite many bad reviews i read before using it. Most of the bad reviews were for using it as a under-eye concealer, which i do not do. This product is amazing for concealing small imperfections, like the occasional pimple. It covers all day and you need the tiniest little bit to cover. It blends well and the Medium suits my skin tone perfectly.
If you are looking for an under-eye concealer, Boi-ing may be a better choice from benefit. But if you are looking to conceal the occasional blemish, Erase Paste is amazing.
I have serious under eye circles and this is the best product I have used to conceal them! A little of this product does go a long way. I do have to be careful that it doesn't settle into my fine lines though--which is the only thing I don't like about this. It wears for a very long time and I always use Powderflauge to set it. I love this! Will buy again and again, unless something better comes about.
Edit: I've downgraded this review after trying an Estee Lauder concealer is a much better color match, and Hanskin BB cream works much better as a brightener without accentuating the bags under my eyes.
Original review: I'm on the fence about this product but (fortunately or unfortunately) it's the best I've found so far. On the plus side, it stays put a long time and doesn't flake or look chalky after a long day of wear (applied over eye cream with a stiff concealer brush, and under bit of loose powder). The Medium matches my skin okay, considering it is pink and I have yellow-undertone fair-medium skin (NC25). It doesn't seem to accentuate fine lines but has a subtle (not sparkly) brightening effect. On the minus side, I wish it came in more shades and that it did a better job concealing dark circles. Also, this product slighly accentuates the bags under my eyes and makes my lower lids look a bit more crepey. I still use it because, overall, my undereye area looks better with it than without it. But there's definite room for improvement so I'm still on the hunt for my HG concealer.
ETA: I'm adding 1 lippie because I find myself using it every day and getting better at applying it. Now I blend it in most of the way with a brush and then pat finish with a fingertip. Still hunting for my HG concealer though.
I did not buy this product but I tried it on at Ulta. The color is great for cancelling out dark circles but the product is too thick and takes too much time and work to blend....it was almost requiring me to tug around my under eye area. Then the product just sits on top of your skin and looks very obvious, even after using the powderfauge to set it. I did not like it at all and that is why I didn't buy it. I suggest you really try this product out or get a sample before you waste a lot of money on it.
Got this concealer as a sample from Sephora. Absolutely hated it. The product is thick, sits in fine lines, and creases. I do not recommend and would not purchase a full size.
This product is so disappointing. The peachy color is perfect for covering super dark under eye circles like mine but that's about the only thing that I like about it. It creases so badly and melts off your face even with any setting powder. It also sits on top of the skin looking gross and unnatural. This is because it has petroleum in it. So it sits on top of the skin like vaseline does. I have decided I will never buy this product again because I don't wanna have my makeup so visible and obvious ever again. You do get a lot of product in the little pot though. Too bad the product sucks!