This is my favorite concealer, and believe me I've tried many! It is a great coverage, and a nice creamy formula. I wear the 003 Beige shade. It works great for under eye circles, and anywhere else. It is creamy so it doesn't dry out, like many others do. I never get the dry lines. It's pricier but worth it in my opinion.
I hate the lipgloss style packaging. This gives pretty good coverage but will not stay in place and will settle into fine lines. They need more color options!
This is an ok product - I was impressed at first with the decent coverage and the colour 002 matching me perfectly. I don't have pronounced dark circles, they are visible, though - I need concealer under my eye area to look fresh and "rested". I haven't tried to use this on the rest of my face to hide blemishes as I thought my foundation would do a better job. Like the previous reviewer says, it tends to get into the lines and accentuate them - why pay so much for this when something like L'oreal Touche Magique does a better job at covering with no creasing, for half the price?
At first I was going to buy the Hydrating Concealer but the woman said there's no tester for it so I tried this one and bought it.
I'm not entirely happhy with this product because it creases and makes lines more visible..i only have a few little ones under my eyes.
It's also a bit caky but blends in really well .
the thing i'm concerned about is the 'lifting smoothing' bit. because some people say your skin could become addicted to these lifting stuff if you start using them too early. and I don't need lifting anyway..I just need covering up. I would have gone for the Hydarting one if there was a tester for it! it's funny how the make up ladies always change your mind and make you buy somethin really different to what you wanted to in the first place:)
Like a fellow reviewer below, I too consider this an emotional purchase but am too chicken to return it. I had brought by old tube of MAC select coverup in NC30 to find a good color match which I did in 002, but for the price I should have just stuck with the MAC. I find this product a bit too dry for my under eye area, yet wearing eye cream with it results in a muddy, uneven application. Despite all of that, it does do a decent job of covering little scars and highlights well.
Not so great, although the colour is a good match to my skin and it does not have a cakey texture like many other concealers. It does not do anything to cover my undereye circles. Isn't that what a concealer is supposed to do? Save your money and do not purchase this product.
I'm surprised by all the negative reviews. I guess the theme is it doesn't work for darker under eye circles. I don't have any dark under eye circles and have dry fair skin. This one covers just the right amount and has the right texture for my skin to stay put but not greasy.
Finally, I would like to say that I prefer this to Cle de Peau's concealer which was too dry and cakey for my skin.
This is a easy to use concealer for the eyearea. The yellowbased 002 is great for covering or correcting the blue area under my eyes. It gives a totally natural finish. If set well with transclusent loose powder it lasts all day. Use the tip of the brush to dot under the eye, then blend it out by patting with your finger. Like always with concealers.
This was an emotional whim purchase, and I'm too ashamed to return it. I should know by now not to buy something I have only tried once and in a rush!Unfortunately, it doesn't provide enough coverage for my dark circles. It also has the tendency to crease later on in the day. Not for those with the beginning eye lines like moi. I find this can be used to brighten on top of a more substantial concealer like the Stephane Marais stick (which is sadly discontinued). I will use it for now, but I will not repurchase. **Edited** I have been using this every day and find it is much more natural looking and less cakey than the stick concealers. I also discovered that I cannot use a moisturizing eye cream underneath this. I now only use my Shiseido Benefiance at night. I'm still curious about the infamous Cle De Peau concealer, but this will have to do the job for now.
This same concealer is reviewed several places on MUA -- aka as "anticerne," and I think the anti-fatigue is the same, too. At any rate, looking at the mixed reviews here, it's clearly not for everyone and in fact, works well for only a few. For me, it is a good concealer and does "lift" and smooth a little. I have very fair skin.
I get pretty good results from this Dior concealer, but here's my secret: I do not brush it on with the wand (if you do, it goes on like a chalky liquid), but apply about four dots with the wand tip under each eye. Then I pat the concealer on with my pinky finger, tapping very gently. (This could also be done with a q-tip.) After doing this, I often apply one more dot right in the center under each eye and pat again. The result is a radiant sort of brightening -- dark circles not completely gone, but definitely minimized, and the concealer is blended completely.
I should also mention I use Murad Renewing Eye Cream and Smashbox Photo Finish Primer before I apply the DiorSkin concealer.
I have yet to find a concealer that really conceals any undereye darkness -- the best only camouflages, as this one does. I'm still on the quest for a HG concealer, but until I find it, I would probably buy this again.