Prescriptives • Traceless Skin Responsive Corrector • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Dark Hair: Brown, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Black
I have to agree with the previous few reviewers. This is not effective enough to cover up my dark circles and blend in with my skin. I got this in Level 4. It settles in the fine lines if I do not set it with a pressed powder. The exact same as mark invisble touch in honey but in a different container. and the mark version is cheaper. Not impressed.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
Hands down the worst concealer I have ever tried - and that's saying something because I am the concealer queen. I can't imagine what this might conceal. It is so sheer that it did not hide even the most minor discoloration, and I experimented with it on several after seeing the dismal job it did on my undereye area. I've read other reviews that say that it was very blendable, but to me since it was so sheer there was nothing to blend anyway. To layer it to achieve any sort of half-hearted coverage was useless as it always wound up clumping together in these little odd spots of powdery residue on top of my dark circles. The color was the only good thing about it, but then that's Prescriptives forte. And to be honest the color is not really a factor if the product doesn't work well. And this, to me, is absolutely the emperor's clothes of concealers. It is going back to the store at once.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
i bought the traceless skin responsive tint, which I was very pleased with but was really disappointed with this concealer. The girl on the counter said it went on very sheer-ly, so it would not settle into any fine lines under the eyes but the problem was it was so sheer it was invisible and from that point of view, useless on any undereye shadows. It does have a dry feel and it is true it doesn't really cause creasing under the eyes but really it is so light, it is hardly worth bothering with. I agree with the other reviewer who noted that if your undereye skin is so good as to be corrected using this, you probably don't need it anyway. Grrr...the search for a good concealer continues
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I loved the Traceless foundation, but this matching concealer is quite disappointing. Very light and sheer, with an obvious dry silicone texture it goes onto the skin easily, but simply doesn't cover anything.
Application technique seems to make very little difference - thick layer or thin, blending or stippling - you can always still see the flaws beneath. To me a concealer that doesn't conceal is a complete oxymoron - if my skin was that good that it could cope with such a sheer corrector it wouldn't actually need corrector in the first place!
By all means purchase the Traceless Skin Responsive tint - but pair it with a concealer from another brand.
I'm adding a note to this review to say that I have found this product to be very effective round the eye area, due to it's lightweight texture. So although it's no good for blemishes and redness, it's great for shadows and fine lines.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I wonder why it's called Traceless concealer when this actually leaves a powdery trace. The packaging is good, very easy to use and carry in my makeup bag.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I really like this product, but I don't LOVE it. The texture is awesome, very slick, as other MUA reviewers have mentioned. I don't use concealors for blemishes, etc., but I am always on the hunt for a good one to conceal darkness under the eyes that won't settle into the beginning stages of fine lines (dry skin, age 31). I purchased this in Level 2 (same as my Traceless foundation) and its very portable and convenient. Blends easily. It does reduce the darkness under my eyes, but I almost prefer the my MAC studio stick in NW20. I think the Traceless is probably better for touch-ups. I alternate between the two currently.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
To repeat the general consensus: The texture and finish is wonderful, however the coverage is minimal. Ive noticed that if I put some on a blemish and lighly tap instead of blending followed by a light tap of powder, it seems to work better.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Like everyone else is saying, unless you have pretty good skin naturally, this product is not for you. this summer, ive been breaking out a lot and this is not thick enough to cover the reddness or the scars i have. although, when i fix my skin (i am using Px's Flawless Skin and LOVE IT!), this would be perfect just for a night out or for everyday use as it slides on so easily and goes on so smoothly that it just works as a little 'fixer upper'.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got this as a freebie today with my Traceless foundation, which I wear in summer. It blends into my skin as effortlessly as the Traceless does and so far seems to do a great job in corners of eyes, covering little marks, blood vessels, etc. I would definitely buy again. It isn't as translucent as Touche Eclat--you have to blend it around the corners of your eyes--but it's definitely way cheaper and more all-purpose.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've had this stuff for about a year, but have never reviewed it. Like the previous reviewers said, it is *very* sheer. What initially attracted me to it was the texture... very slick and lightweight, with almost a finely-milled powder finish.
I have this in Level 2, which is a good match for my skin. However, it doesn't really cover my dark circles... it would be good as an illuminator or highlighter, though. Also, I noticed that it kind of made my eyes burn when applied in the eye area.
I most likely wouldn't buy this again... for undereye circles, I'm sticking to my Prada concealer!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is the first Prescriptives makeup product I've not liked - and I am a huge fan of their foundations and powders.
Its good because its lightweight but that's about it.
It doesn't cover much and although the texture is very soft and smooth, it rests in the almost non-existent lines under my eyes.
Unless your skin is perfect in texture, colour and without lines this may not be for you. But then why would you need a concealer?
I'm going back to YSL's Touche Eclat - by far the best under eye concealer I've tried.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I picked this up because I use the Traceless foundation (in Level 1), and wanted a concealer in the same finish. I have MAC pot concealer (in N20), and it's great for covering up anything, but the finish is matte, so it doesn't work with Traceless. I LOVE the weightless finish of the Traceless concealer, but can see that it wouldn't cover up stubborn blemishes/undereye circles. so, what works PERFECT is a tiny bit of the MAC concealer blended, then a bit of the Traceless concealer on top, blended lightly--looks like I've been airbrushed!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Gosh, I thought this was my HG concealer--I absolutely love the texture and how easy it is to blend! But after reading the reviews I will concede that the actual coverage is pretty minimal. I was so distracted by how effortlessly this sank into my skin that I failed to notice the dark circles still staring me in the face! I guess I will keep looking for my HG!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
OK. I really like this product, but it has it's drawbacks. If you REALLY need to hide something, this concealer probably won't make you happy. It is sheer. And, it absolutely does not cover up blemishes. The formula is waterless, and silicone based. It glides on like a dream and creates a wonderful soft focus finish under my eyes that lasts all day. It slides right off blemishes tho. The coverage is much more sheer than I normally would use to cover up my dark circles. However, it is so 'smoothing' under my eye and lasts so well, I have resigned myself to dealing with the sheer coverage. It's also great to cover up redness around the nose or mouth. I use prescriptives camoflauge cream or revlon color stay natural for blemishes. I'd test this before buying it and probably move right along if you are stuck wanting med to full coverage. Also, it doesn't work well under every eye product. Some reviews complain of the finish or that it creases. This works great under my prescriptives slp eye cream, and under my paula's choice skin balancing moisture gel. But, I've used other eye products under it like borghese spa lift for eyes and it's balled up, slid off and creased during the day. I guess you just have to experiment, but I am so in love with how smooth my under eye looks using this, it's become a fav despite it not being 100% perfect.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I really like this. I have discoloration under my eyes, which are also very deep set so I have a large "indentation" between my eye socket and cheekbone, if this makes any sense. I have used just about EVERY concealer out there. I have not LOVED any one for some time. Too light, too think, too sheer, to oily, too cakey, weird color etc. etc. etc. This I really like. It is sheer (good for us over 30 with some fine lines) but somehow it manages to make my under eye area look pretty good and natural. Not quite my HG (I don't think that exists) but VERY VERY good. I recommend trying it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Too sheer to cover my undereye circles. Loved the wand and how easy it applied but if it doesn't do the job then I can't see me using it much. Lancome Effacernes is still my favorite so far.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
This is a sheer, translucent "concealer" of sorts. It helps even out skin tone, and is so light in weight. I really like this product because it can help make things like undereye circles and freckles less noticable. It's not oily or greasy at all, and the rest of your makeup will go right over it without any problems. I think everyone should have this product. It's a big help.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
yuck yuck yuck.
This concealer feels lovely going on...
The color is too pink for actually concealing any blemishes. If you use it to conceal any dark circles, it creases.
Also, it doesn't actually offer any coverage. Trust me, if you use the traceless foundation, eventually you will want to conceal SOMETHING. Save your money.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is absolutely too sheer for me. Didn't even do anything! I tried to build it up but ended up with the stuff caking up and creasing around my eyes. This is for people with not so noticeable eye circles I guess..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I have never had a good concealor. Never. While my skin is fair (NC20), I didn't think it should be so hard to find a color match. Well, not only could I NOT find a color match, I could not even find one that wouldn't crease. Tired of people commenting on my "panda eyes," I was determined to find a good concealor. I turned to Prescriptives, since their colors for foundation are so wide-ranging. I got this in the first level, and loved the color. It matches my skin better than any other concealer ever. I love the texture - it's creamy, but dries to a powdery finish. It is sheer, yes, but since it matches my coloring so well, and (amazingly enough!) creases only the tinest bit (far better than any other concealor I've ever tried), I'm willing to overlook it. For the first time in my life, I would rebuy the same concealor, that's how great this one is.
UPDATE: Okay, I concede. It's not that hot. It glides on wonderfully, but it still creases (not as much as others, but it still creases nonetheless) and doesn't provide much coverage. I moved onto a Lancome concealor, the name of which escapes me, but it has SPF15 and illuminating particles.