IPSA White Protect C Creative Concealer


2 reviews

100% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.5

Price: $$$$

Package Quality: 4.5

Price: $$$$



Age: 30-35

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

Pros: wears well, covers great!
Cons: expensive and cannot be found in Singapore anymore

This concealer is pricey (about US$40). Eventhough I've tried finding alternative concealers, I still keep coming to this. Out of the 3 colours in the palette, I only use the lighter 2 shades. The darkest shade is always left untouched although you're suppose to mix all 3 shades and use them under your eyes.

I don't use the brush because I think it eats up too much product. I use my fingers for better control though it isn't the most hygenic thing to do. It's not too "wet" like Bobbi Brown and not too "dry" such that is cakes up under the eyes.

I use the Bobbi Brown corrector in Peach under the IPSA concealer so as to use less of the expensive IPSA concealer. The things I do to cover my panda-bear eye-rings.


Age: 19-24

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

Pros: Has yellow-toned, pink-toned, and a darker-beige concealer all in one palette. It's great because you can blend it to suit your skin tone and the different parts of your face (my forehead is darker and my cheeks are pinker). The sleek compact contains a retractable brush and a large mirror, as well as an area for you to mix the colours together. Sun protection is impressive for a concealer, with SPF25 and PA+++. It's very creamy and can be used for blemishes as well as the undereye area. I found it easy to blend into my skin. Refills are available.

Cons: Because it's so moisturising, it isn't as durable as a blemish concealer on my oily skin as something that is less creamy. It would probably suit those with normal/dry skin. It offers good coverage but not for the most extremely pigmented scars/blemishes. This is expensive, for 4.5g it costs 3,500 JPY.

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