Cover FX • Conceal FX Camouflage Concealer • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||48%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Made me breakout. Comes out darker on skin. You have to blend it well for it to then become lighter. Rubbing makeup on my acne-prone face only made it worse. Definitely NOT repurchasing.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
this works well under my eyes. way too orangy for blemishes on the face, but if i use an ever so small amount and cover it with powder foundation, it works too. but i mainly use it for under eyes and top with powder. it's a bit greasy though. i wouldn't repurchase but that's only because i always like to try new products! i like the packaging and how you can take out as little as you need. i got this on sale for half price - i actually think they are discontinuing this.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I splurged and bought this to try on my under eyes/freckles and it wasn't cheap! I have it in light, and in the tube it looks VERY orange, but once you blend it into your skin it will change to a less orange colour, and the packaging is pretty good, it's sanitary. But it will separate in the tube a bit. That's about it for the positive. I found, it lacked pigmentation. I had to do a layer, let it set, do another layer, and sometimes another layer. So it's not good for people in a hurry, I found it has a very strong bitter smell? Almost like cut dandelions. It looked really dry on my skin, and I don't HAVE dry skin, It also dried my under eye area out. My bags felt so tight and dry! I don't recommend it, nor will I buy it again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
So I got this product when it was half off at my shoppers. So I don't know if this would be worth buying at the full price. The concealer is nice it is a medium coverage which with some layers build up to full coverage. It does crease, so people with wrinkles this may not be for you. As well the best thing about it is the shade adjusting minerals. So when I take my concealer out (i'm in medium, i'm an nw35) its much darker for me and very orange. All of a sudden with some blending it turns lighter and has pinking undertones! It amazing. It stays put all day when set but can look cakey if not set with a finely milled powder. Overall if it was half off again I would repurchase. As well your getting a lot of product! Half of an average foundation bottle! It should last you forever. And the worst part about the concealer is the smell. Straight up smells like turmeric as it actually contains turmeric root extract.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I've never purchased a concealer before, so I can't compare Conceal FX to anything else. However, I truly believe this is an incredibly bad concealer.
I have pretty severe dark pigmentation on my deep, Indian skin, and was hoping this concealer could help cover these spots. Firstly, it was a little too pale for my skin; I wish the range came in more colours. Anyway, even if it had been the right colour, it is not blendable whatsoever. Because it is so liquidy and runny, blending makes it so sheer, you're left with your blemish and a wierd ring of faded concealer. Not pretty.
So, I use the concealer under my eyes. But I find the product is only slightly better for this use. It is creamy and glides well, provides moderately good coverage, but settles into the few fine lines I have (I'm 18). It also doesn't last well, even with powder..perhaps my powder isn't the best, but regardless, I expect it to show at least a couple of hours of staying power.
The concealer is oil-based, and so it smells really strongly. It doesn't linger, but when first putting it on you can definitely smell it. Also, the product tends to separate, but that's not big of a deal; I just shake the tube before applying. Moreover, I wonder how smart it is to use an oil-based product on blemishes and acne...but hey, I'm not a scientist. Packaging was pretty good, the squeeze bottle deposits the necessary amount.
Overall, I would definitely not repurchase this. I also will avoid oil-based concealers in the future. I got this for 17$ at Shopper's Drug Mart, and I think it's good value for money since you don't need a lot of product....alas, if only the little product you needed WORKED. For the regular price of 30$, I believe this is truly overpriced.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Purchased this for 50% off at Shoppers Drugmart. I was excited to try after seeing in a Lisa Eldridge video
Sooo dissapointed. It broke me out, it came out seperated
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
It's just weird. Initially tacky feel - you have to blend the oil & the whatever to get it on. Shifts all over your face. Settles into fine lines. Finish is somehow both cakey and oily. Unpredictable colour. Unpredictable coverage. Breakouts.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Let me begin my saying this product is great for a makeup LOVER- someone who loves to wear/apply/experiment with makeup. If you're a 10 minutes from shower-to-door girl this is not for you. I've been using this concealer for over a year and I love what it! The DAY I started using it I recieved several compliments on my skin/makeup yet no one could pinpoint exactly what it was... I have fairly light skin but I buy the "X-light"(neutral) shade due to the fact that I have anemia and I suffer from dark under-eye cirlces. It's VERY pigmented, rich & creamy- I squeeze a dab onto the back of my hand and use one finger to apply it so that I can control the level of coverage and the "moisture-level." Since I use a lighter shade than my natural skin tone I do somewhat resemble a reverse-racoon after I apply it, but once I apply my mineral foundation my skin looks completely even and my eyes look so much brighter & more awake. I have had a few friends that have drier skin that have tried this concealer and haven't loved it (if wrinkles/crows feet are your problem, this is not your product)- but it works for me, so I know it will work for others! I secretly thank this concealer every time I get the compliment of getting carded when trying to buy wine.... If you have dark circles like me- Try this out!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was pretty disappointed after spending almost $30 at Sephora on this! It made me look like I had deep wrinkles! I looked 10 years older and that is def not the look I'm going for. I've used much cheaper concealers from drug stores that perform better, I only purchased this because one of my friend's who is a makeup artist uses it. I guess it does the job to cover the darkness, but it is heavy and cakey - I would avoid it.
I wish they didn't discontinue the Concealers - Revlon - Age Defying Moisturizing Concealer, it was creamy and didn't crease and was only like $8. So my hunt continues!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I abosolutly HATE this product. A lot of other reviews say its okay and some even love it. Please. Im giving you a clear warning. do not buy this product, you will regret it. I have redness and some acne and when i put this on my face..it was absolutly terrible. it does not blend to your face what so ever. where ever you apply it first, it just stays. and if you have big pours or black heads, they will pop out 10x as bad. this is probably the WORST makeup product iv ever bought.