This is one of the few products I use nearly every day. I've repurchased it 3 or 4 times, which speaks for itself. Not really a concealer for obvious discolorations, it just covers up regular minor differences in skin tone, and brightens up wherever you apply it almost imperceptibly. I use it on undereyes, top lip, brow bone, anywhere I need that little lift really. An exact color match is not critical, because you apply this product lightly for a translucent effect. Heavy application gives a cakey, unnatural look, and will crease easily too. I find the original shade fine for my fair cool-neutral skin, and I think anyone other than those with pronounced yellow or dark tones should be OK with this too.
Convenience is 1 big selling point .. just press the end of the tube (like a pen) and just apply ..
But sad to say ... the concealer is only good for pple with minor skin imperfection .. i have acne and scars ... this product does little to conceal them ...
But the texture of the concealer is good ... :(
The packaging is ADORABLE, though dirty fingers should not hold the cool gold tube ;)
It's a novel idea, but I have found other concealers that work just as well (if not better). It's pretty sheer, so this is not for you if you're after coverage. It's a cute compact product, but don't spend so much money on it when there are cheaper alternatives.
Finally, I found an undereye concealer that works and DOES NOT CAKE. Caution- You must clean the brush with alcohol regularly or it may mildew and smell nasty.
Also for the other 2 ladies that didn't like theirs: there are 2 colors. A pink based and a yellow based. Stay away from the pink one, that can't match anyones skin.
All in all Touche Eclat (yellow) is one of the best finds in years and I'll continue to buy it.
I don't see the point of this product--why would I want to pile up something on top of my under eye concealer--I say just get better concealer! The texture of this product--made it look obvious that I was wearing concealer and the pink undertone didn't flatter me as the best way to neutralize purplish undereye circles is to use a yellower, NOT pinker base. I think this may work for someone who doesn't hav undereye circles and has pink undertones top their skin.
Unfortunately, this is one of those "must have" products that didn't work for me. From all the raves I was expecting something special, but it is just a light pink, slightly shimmery liquid (similar to Revlon Skinlights lotion). It is far too sheer to cover anything, and though it is nice to use as a highlighter there are tons of other products that could do the same for much less. Also, the pink didn't seem to suit my fair, yellow-based skin (looked obvious). If you're looking for a low-end copy cat, the Body Shop's "Lightening Touch" is supposed to be remarkably similar, though it is in wand form (like a lipgloss) rather than the luxe gold pen container of the Touche Eclat.
This is an amazing product. I use it under my eyes and on my upper line line at the bow. Gives a subtle glow.
I don't need very much concealing so I use this for light blemishes and highlighting. I love this product and would buy it again. My only caution is that the product can turn and begin to smell really funky. Any foul-smelling product has gone bad and should not be used.
I simply love the packaging, Touche Eclat is a pen with a brush tip. You simply click on the button and concealer is squirted out of the barrel into the bristles. It has light diffusing particles that bounce light off of your skin and make it appear less shadowy.
This is one of those strange products that people seem to love or hate. I love it. It's not quite a concealer (in fact, you can layer it over concealer.) Wearing Touche Eclat is like walking around with your own source of good lighting. It minimizes the appearance of wrinkles and shadowy dark spots by reflecting light away from the face. I use it under my eyes and on the lines from the sides of my nose to the corners of my mouth. It's a terrific anti-aging tool.