I generally dun have fine lines underneath my eyes. This concealer does its job of concealing dark circles. It is very thick and creamy. A little goes a long way. For me, this product works best if u dun apply it on top of thick eye creams or primer. If u apply it on top of udpp, it is definitely a disaster. N a little goes a long way. I dip my concealer brush and i share the amount on both eyes. I never had any problems. The other good thing about this concealer is the vast number of shades available. I am Mac NC15 and their lightest shade for concealer is NW15 for me which i am not sure if this color is suitable. My country sells this at SGD$60++. comes in a pot with loose powder. I bought it online for USD$20. If u can get that online, go ahead. But if u were to pay the expensive australian or asia prices, pls reconsider. LOL
This. I really don't like this. I bought it on a whim and I don't know why because even the SA at the Bobbi Brown counter could not spread it on my under-eye area and asked me to do it:) It sure has a creamy feel but once it touches my skin - which isn't even dry- it just becomes impossible to blend, patting doesn't help, and neither does tugging severely. It also manages to set into my lines. I find the box pretty hard to use, too. The powder is not so bad, but the rest is just horrid.
Okay, I must be one of the few people on the planet who does not get the hype around this product. I had wanted it for ages after really getting into makeup and finally took the splurge last week, and my concealer arrived a couple of days ago.
Boy, was I disappointed. This product does a houdini number on you....yes, it is very creamy in the pan when you touch it and feel it, so I thought 'Great, this is going to blend nicely under the eye area!' No...think again. I applied this concealer every way under the sun, and I was moisturized plenty, etc. I consider myself pretty 'good' at makeup application and this concealer just isn't worth the price for me.
It was SO hard to blend under my eyes. I put it on with a brush and then went to blend with my finger. This concealer is like concrete under your eyes, it doesn't feel nice, it feels drying and it tugs at your skin when you try to blend it. I really don't understand how anyone else has had a 'creamy' experience under their eyes. Maybe it's just different body chemistry or something but my maybelline mineral power cheapo liquid concealer feels so much better under my eyes, and I even did a comparison using it on one eye, and the BB on the other, and the maybelline honestly looked better.
I don't know what I'm doing wrong but I've followed all the steps to proper concealer application and this stuff is just not working for me. Disappointed I shelled out the 22+ bucks for it. :(
hey guys, check out my review on the bobbi brown corrector and concealer here: http://youtu.be/e4Kz54s_boc
I like the creamy consistency, and the setting powder is very fine and does not look cakey on me. Natural Tan is a good match for me (NC25-30)and on first application it does reduce the dark circles and brigten my eye area overall. It just does not last long enough, after 2 hours, my eye circles are visible again, and I can not pile this on thru the day becos it will cake. PLUS it is really expensive! So I think after I use this up, I will not rebuy. Hunt goes on for the perfect u/e concealer.
i tried it at the counter and it looked great so i bought it. but then when i tried it the next day it didnt made my dark cirles go away and it made my under eye dry and crease.
I used to use this BB creamy Corrector and concealer but I used it all up within one month! I searched and found a dupe for a better value. It's the Paula Dorf Total Camouflage. But now I use the Benefit Erase Paste cause that ever works better than the last two and is more product for less $. yey! So I guess I think this Bobbi Brown is a rip off now, you get such a little amount of product compared to the Paula Dorf and the Benefit.
- Bobbi Brown Corrector: 0.06oz/1.7g $22.00 (rip off, good product but címon Bobbi. )
- Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer: 0.06 oz./1.7g $22.00 (so if you use both like me that's $44)
- Paula Dorf Total Camouflage: 0.1oz / 3g $23.00
- Benefit Erase Paste: 0.15 oz $26 So for $3.00 more than Total Camouflage you get .05 oz more product, and you only have one step not two. This is my HG for my blue under-eyes.
Hope this helps someone save $ and time :)
The formula has changed ....for the worse! Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer used to be my favorite. It provided wonderful creamy coverage for my dry skin. The new formula is thinner, not as creamy, and less pigmented. You have to use way more product because it doesnt cover as well. There is less in the pot too, so it will cost you more $$. The old formula was well worth the money, but IMHO the new formula isn't. I will continue to use this until I find a replacement. booooo
*What I need: an under eye concealer with good pigmentation that does not crease or enhance the fine lines.
*I really don't get the hype around this concealer. I hear that the most effective way to conceal dark circles is layering. So I do 2 layers of this on and really spend time (at least 10 minutes) patting it in. I then set with BE's Well Rested (amazing, btw) for a more highlighted effect. The moment I make a facial expression, the concealer cracks under my eyes and makes me look 10 years older than I am. The perfect look I get after application does not last me beyond 5 minutes. It becomes painfully obvious that I have concealer under my eyes, and I became very self aware whenever anyone came close. It also occasionally settles into lines, and I think the problem with it is that its TOO creamy. Because its so creamy, I find myself going through a pot of this VERY quickly.
*When I told the MUA at Bobbi Brown the issues I had with this, she suggested not setting it with a powder to prevent cakeyness and occasionally touching up during the day. This method gave me the same results and was such a hassle. I also tried varying my application method (damp sponge, brush, fingers) and setting powder (drugstore vs high end) but NOTHING WORKED. I still got that cakey/creased effect.
*Also, I think I might be having a reaction to one of the ingredients - petrolatum. I've been unable to shake off a bout of milia under my eyes and around my nose, which are precisely the areas I apply the concealer to.
*I would like to try Bobbi Brown's corrector shades soon as I heard its much better. Overall, very disappointing product for covering dark circles, but it fares much better when used to cover blemishes. This is the only reason why I'm giving not giving it a 1/5 rating. I have been using Amazing Cosmetic's concealer and its a million times better - its so much more natural looking and more bang for your buck.
I've bought this product three times over the last 2/3 years. I initially loved this and went through three little pots of it as I have mild acne with some acne scars. By the end of my third pot I noticed that when I used this concealer that I had more spots than before I used it which was strange. I went back to the BB counter to find something else, and mentioned to the SA that I had been using this and she told me it is only meant to be used under the eyes and not on spots, blemishes etc! I was a bit concerned as one of their other SA's had given me this specifically for concealing my spots and blemishes. She told me that the concealer has oil in that will cause pores to block and blemishes to form. I was gutted, this concealer has a good pigment, and with powder will stay a tiny bit longer, but not much longer! Won't buy this again, wouldn't spend that amount of money just to put it under my eyes, which aren't bad or really any problem.