This is my favorite concealer!!!! I don't use it for my undereyes but this is perfect for blemishes and redness. It is creamy and smooth. I apply this concealer and buff a mineral foundation over it and it looks flawless. It makes a great base because powders seem to stick to it really well. The colors are pretty good for a drugstore (not too pink).
AMAZING!! doesn't crease, lightweight, conceals my purplish dark circles perfectly, a little goes a long way. My new HG concealer! and it's fairly cheap!!! I bought the "corrector" shade.
After reading reviews I bought it only to realize that most colors run a bit pink, so I got one in corrective. But while trying to cover my acne, it accentuates dryness that I did not know is there. So I returned it and got my now HG hard Candy glamoflauge.
I really like this concealer! I was very skeptical at first because I had not found an actual working concealer for me since I started wearing makeup. The consistency of this is so creamy and light. When I put it on it actually conceals my blemishes, dark marks, and under eyes perfectly without adding a highlight affect, which is great because I prefer to add all my highlighting after. I took someone's advice and purchased the 'Light' one, instead of the 'Very Light' because I read that the swirls of Olay moisturizer lightened the product, just as adding moisturizer to your foundation would. It was a bit on the pricey side, but I got $5 dollars off with a coupon and I think it really made it worth it especially with the amount of product you get. I would still purchase it at full price because it matches my skin tone, it's light and creamy, and it's way cheaper than department store brands. (:
I LOOOOOOOOVE this product. I got this in the "corrector" shade, although it is very yellow. The rest of the shade range tends to be more on the pink side, so I think the naming convention is a little off, but I digress...
This product is truly amazing. So very pigmented and moisturizing. I use this as an all-over concealer and I've never broken out from it. It covers redness nicely and brightens the undereye area with ease.
Lasts just about all day too. I'm so glad I got this. Definitely will be a staple in my collex from this point on.
Well, all those positive reviews were right. This concealer really is extraordinary for a drugstore product, and it can easily run against many expensive high end concealers. Not to mention that at 0.30 oz, the Simply Ageless Concealer boasts a lot of creamy product for half the price of so many high end concealers.
Now, I am extremely pale. I guess the best way to describe my skin tone is Fair with Slight Yellow Undertone - which is Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation Shade 2.0. I also wear MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NC15 beautifully. My exact shade in CoverGirl Tone Rehab Foundation is Classic Ivory. So you get the point.
One of the reviews here mentioned that because of the white swirls, it's best to buy a shade darker than you would normally buy. Now, I would probably do fine with Very Light 205. However, it really is too light even for my ghostly fair skin. So I bought both Very Light 205 as well as Light 210. Light 210 was perfect. I could have used Very Light easily, except it matched my skin so well that it didn't actually conceal. I know that sounds weird, but it looked like I hadn't even applied concealer, and my dark circles, old acne scars, and redness were still highly visible. Which was how I knew I had bought the wrong shade. A concealer needs to actually conceal, and if you buy a shade too light, it's going to look weird, like the color had vanished into your skin.
Now, about the formula: Normally I prefer organic or natural products, but those are almost impossible to find in drugstores. So the next best thing for me would be makeup that offers skin-nourishing ingredients, like peptides and vitamins and minerals that help skin stay smooth, soft, bright, and youthful. I may only be in my early 30s, but thanks to a decade of proper skin care I still look 20. And so I want makeup that keeps up with that. CoverGirl Simply Ageless Concealer does that. It does not settle into fine lines, it does not fade, and it really does make my skin look smoother and brighter! So of course I am very happy. It's creamy without being too thick, and I can cover my whole face with just a few swipes. I love the CoverGirl Tone Rehab Foundation for its wonderful creamy coverage, but the Simply Ageless Concealer is easier to carry in my purse, heh.
Honestly, my only complaints were because I do wish it had fuller coverage and more color options. It really is not as good as some of my organic concealers or some of my high end concealers, but it is up there, especially for the price. I'd rather pay $12 for .30 oz than, say $32 for .17 oz, if you know what I mean.
i am one who is very experienced in the concealer dept. and i LOVE this stuff... For dark circles only since I don't use any other type of cover up or foundations for my face... I've been so used to using only expensive opaque concealers to conceal my terrible under eye area (MUFE full cover/Mac pro long wear/amazing cosmetics) but now it's safe to say that I can use this drugstore stuff even on my "off days". It's that good. i dont think it's even opaque as the ones i mentioned above but for some weird reason it covers up my dark under eye area and makes me look awake!!! This doesn't settle into fine lines. There's a specific way I apply my concealer though: I use any concealer brush to apply about two layers of this stuff on, dab with a makeup sponge until it is nice and smooth for an airbrush effect (beauty blender is fine also), then set w/ maybelline dream matte powder (hg stuff never cakes!). It works so well. I hated paying $10 for this stuff but there is a lot of product and i would definitely repurchase!
I needed a concealer bad, because my Amazing Cosmetics concealer is running out, I decided to stop by CVS and pick something out bought this for the second time. I still love this stuff and especially the yellow undertones. I didn't feel like spending $28 on the Amazing Cosmetics concealer so I went for a drugstore one (still expensive but not as). Definitely love this concealer mainly for my under eyes! Super creamy and gets the job done!
It has shades for pale people like me, is creamy to the touch, and feels like unicorns and cookies on your skin! Only thing is it settles into lines that I have unfortunately inherited from my parents. I dont know if i like it enough to buy again.
You know what? I should know better by now. Every single Cover Girl product that I have ever bought has always broken me out. This has been no exception. I was lured in by the smooth, effective coverage and the great color match. Little by little, I have been breaking out. Not just around my undereye area but the rest of my face as well. Cysts and teeny zits in unexpected places on my face. I thought it must've been stress or some other cosmetic product but this was the only new thing I was using in my usual line up of products. How can this be if I'm only applying it to the under eye area?? I'm sort of mad at myself for not figuring it out sooner: 1) first thing I apply is under eye concealer (with my fingers) 2) next I apply my foundation (which never breaks me out) with my fingers. Do I wipe off this concealer from my fingers before applying my foundation? No. I think nothing of it and have been unwittingly spreading it all over my face in little increments along with my foundation on a daily basis.
Recently I've been on a funky sleep schedule so much so that I've needed more under eye concealer=more on my fingers=more spread on my face. By the end of this week I've been like, "WHAT is going on with my skin?!" that's how out of control the breakouts are on their way to being. Mystery solved, into the trash this goes. I swore off CG products for so long and now I know---never, no never again will I make an exception to my rule. Wish this wasn't bad for me, the product itself would've been pretty great for how it looked on.