Jane Iredale • Disappear • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||54%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Anyone who is not giving this 5 stars must not be applying it correctly! The applicator is useless. You need to use a concealer brush and the tiniest amount. I am a professional MUA and this is one my few cannot live without products. Not great for under eyes but phenomenal everywhere else. Just a little bit and blend with a brush, Using it like this is like using an eraser on your face!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I got a really large sample of this from my spa that sells Jane Iredale products. I was told this has natural antibiotics and that it does dry quickly, but because it helps heal it is a great product. I found myself so disappointed with this. This did nothing to help calm my acne. I was really counting on that being the girl raved about it so much. My biggest complaint is because of the drying formula. This dries so quickly even if I wet my brush with a makeup setting spray. This will dry before I can even blend it into my skin. The color is off. I had to have two shades mixed together to match my skin. Maybe because it is the formula drying too quickly, but I can never get this to blend into my skin well. Just nothing worth the trouble of this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Coming from a big Jane Iredale fan... I must say this is an absolute no!!! Under your foundation this looks like a bruise. The fuzzy applicator gets very dirty and I think it is quite unsanitary. Nor worth it for the price.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I like the tube, but the applicator is useless.
Until I read previous review with application tips, I thought the product was useless too. As a test, I covered a freckle on the tip of my nose and it is now invisible with no sign of the makeup. For me, it is too drying to use around eyes or on my chin, but on small areas it works really well. However, it was not good for covering a scar. It did even the color, but to my eyes that accentuated the texture of the scar.
I rarely use it. Prefer something faster and easier but does do the job if u have something in need of total coverage.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Green
I've been using this concealer for about a year now. The product itself can last a long time. You don't need alot of it to conceal. I like the fact that it contains green extracts that can help heal blemishes. Even though it does an ok job in concealing, I do not believe that it covers black tattoos, like the company advertises it. I use it before putting on the pure pressed base foundation, also from Jane Iredale. When both products are used together, I find it covers blemishes better. Regarding the packaging, I don't really like the spongy tip. Bacteria can get in there and it's not very hygenic.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
To be honest, I hated this concealer when I first tried it. It is super thick, dries too quickly and doesn't blend well. I nearly threw it out, actually. Then I discovered that if I mix it with a bit of my liquid foundation it becomes much more blendable, and the coverage is still sufficient enough to disguise my awful dark circles. Saved! I would definitely not repurchase, though, considering the bother of mixing, the price and the plethora of safe and natural concealer options available.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I had high hopes for this as i LOVE the pressed base, blush and spray mist. However, this was a big disappointment. At first i got the ligh/medium and it was too dark and you could see the spots i put it on. Then i got the light, and it was way too light, again you could see where i applied it.
It was much too thin to actually stay on my face, and it didn't cover very well. I found as the day went on it would get patchy where it was applied and looked cakey.
The applicator tip is not helpful at all and quite messy.
Overall i would recommend any of the other fantastic concealers out there...CoverFX, Estee Lauder, even drug store brands.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Blue
The formula itself is great--I had a huge blemish on my forehead, and got this in utter desperation as I was leaving for a business trip. I put it on on the plane and wore it for the rest of that day, then reapplied it the next morning after my shower. It completely covered the ugly thing, and by the end of those two days it had completely dried up. Excellent product--too bad it comes in a horrible, awkward little tube that is just so messy to use. As a matter of fact, the packaging alone is so inadequate that it makes me think twice about buying it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I don't use this as often as I used to. I used to use this under my Jane Iredale compact mineral foundation to gain some coverage. This product is pretty good if your going to use a mineral powder over it. I admit the coverage is sheer, and it can flake quite a bit, however it's extremely gentle, and I have never broke out from it. I have repurchased it about 4 times when I was trying to cover my acne scars. Probably won't buy it again though, because I have found better products that take less effort :) Still recommend though, and will give 4 stars because it has helped me a lot in the past!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this stuff. I have mild rosacea. The Disappear seems to actually be evening out my skin tone! (the other JI products seem to be improving my skin too)
Application: I put a dot on the back of my hand and use a foundation brush to lightly apply it over my skin. (I have a large area to cover - both sides of my face.) I lightly brush one side & then the other & go back over, if needed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I used to love this product, but lately I've been noticing, to my complete horror, that you can detect the areas where I've dabbed this conclear because it appears too yellow. Perhaps I'm not blending it in very well, I don't know. However, I will say that it does cover the redness for a good period of time, and does not irritate my senstitive skin. But after my current tube runs out, I'm going to look for a new concealer/foundation set.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Its is a good idea. I just think its a bit too orange, and it doesn't cover enough.
I had to apply layers of it, which, looks a bit cakey.
I got the light medium, its endorsed by my Dermatologist's office, but honestly, its not worth it.
Its way too orange...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Black
I've never used a concealer before. My skin recently broke out so I wanted find a concealer to cover the redness around my cheeks. Jane Iredale is known to have organic ingredients and other ingredients that are good for skin, which is why this concealer is my first choice to finding a 'hg' concealer. I got this in medium for my asian skin. I'm not light or dark but quite yellow. Medium is a bit light, didn't actually cover the redness around my cheeks. If you put to much on ...you look cakey. And maybe it's just me but it doesn't smelll too nice either?
After using this concealer, I will continue to find the hg concealer!
UPDATE: After this concealer, I tried Laura Mercier secret camouflage concealer. It didn't do a good job so I went back to Jane Iredale and for some reason I don't remember why I didn't like this concealer before? It does cover my dark eye circles and acne. I must have been doing something wrong last time... But yay! Will purchase again!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I tried this in a spa that carried Jane Iredale products and I just wasnt crazy about it. I have been using Clinique's Acne Solutions Concealing Stick since junior high (11 yrs ago) and I just can't live without it! I really want to find something more natural or organic, but just NOTHING compares to the clinique one. I think Clinique now changed it back to a cream, which is fine, because that's what I used to use before they switched it to a stick. But if anyone knows of another blemish concealer that is more natural please let me know!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
In general, this product works well on my spots. I apply it in very thin layers with a concealer brush and it covers redness/flaws well. It seems to last a fairly long time as well. I also like that it doesn't clog my pores or cause pimples.
The only things I don't like are the spongey tip, which doesn't strike me as helpful at all and the fact that it's slightly drier than I would want. I have pretty dry skin so something a touch creamier would be nice. It's not obviously dry, though, so I can live with it.
I haven't had many blemishes lately so I am not sure if it helps reduce them, but I just got one today and it covers it well.
EDIT: I found, after a while, that it looked really weird on my nose. It seemed to cling to dry patches that weren't really there, or something. Anyway, I don't use it very regularly anymore...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I purchased this product because of a recent outbreak where I needed more coverage. I use Jane's pressed powder as well but find that it is not enough coverage at times. I felt a burning sensation when I applied this product for the second time, it caused my spots to become inflammed and was extremely difficult to blend as it dries in mere seconds. Therefore if you do not blend blend blend then you are left with patches of the colour. In all fairness though, the lady at the salon tried it on me first and she did a great job; no streaks. I tried to do that but was unable even with practice. Jane's pressed powder actually calms my skin when I put it on so I looked at the ingredients to see why I might be having a problem with this one and it does contain superoxide dismutase which can cause irritation and allergies. The compressed powder does not. I also don't like the 'felt' tip of the applicator and thought that it had gone moldy when I first saw it - very weird.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
The secret to using this product is how you apply it- you have to pat it on, and blend it in the first second or so, then just pat and it will set. It is after all mineral powder, so if you rub it will cake/flake just like mineral powder in powder form would if you wet it. But once you get this simple technique down, it covers like no other. I find it a godsend especially if I have broken skin (just popped a zit, say)- not only is it minerals so it doesn't really irritate the skin, but it really settles in and creates a wet paste barrier that dries into a powder finish. It's brilliant. As for the lippie off, it's for the packaging- hate the sponge tip. Extremely unsanitary, so I always dispense into my palm instead. I use a mix of Light and Medium Light.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I feel mixed about the reviews here I want to say how great this product is, but that honestly wasn't my first impression. I tested this in a store once a year ago, thought it didn't cover and chose something else. I don't know why I picked it up again recently after such a bad initial impression, but I did, purchased it based on the product description and fell in love with it.
One of the things I hate is when concealer applied to acne over dries, or over moisturizes then causing acne under acne. Not so here, if I use this on a blemish, it goes away and I don't get another one in the same spot. I love the coverage and the feel of this, and unlike other concealers where I might use my fingers I use this strictly with my Laura Mercier camouflage brush. It takes me two minutes to apply, cover with powder (or not) and I am ready to go.
My two negative thoughts with this are I don't think this is intended an under eye concealer (I prefer the Active Light Concealer for that) and the top of the applicator is just weird, and I'd use a finger before I'd use it.
There's a good description for how to apply this in a previous review.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Hmm, adequate coverage is difficult to achieve without many thin layers but when you do it does your sking feel flawless and I have never broken out using these prouducts even when my skin is very inflamed, I use medium and deep and blend the two to achieve my perfect shade, I would suggest to avoid blending too much into the sking and to use a concealer brush for precise covering
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
It takes a lot of effort in applying many, many thin layers of this product, to get it to cover imperfections well. It is a thin, light consistancy. The website says for maximum coverage, smooth on in thin layers. I think this product is too much work to apply. Other than that, the color, light, is a nice neutral shade that looks natural.