Canmake • Color Stick • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have the apricot color as peach tones neutralizes my under eye area and the Sonia Kashuk concealer palette is not peach enough and cakes a lot. Yellow tones make my under eye darkness look gray. Coverage is light so if you slept less than 5 hours the night before, this is not going to help much. I use the other colors in the SK palette for blemishes. Overall, this concealer works for me!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A surprisingly good quality cream stick concealer considering how cheap it is. I got the shade 08 for my NC20 skin tone. This is a flattering subtle yellow shade which covers redness and darkness under my eyes and around my nose. It adds "light" to these areas, so I look more awake without looking like a panda. I believe it is oil-based, so I thought it would be thick and accentuate my under-eye wrinkles but it doesn't feel heavy or oily, and doesn't cake. It looks very natural. I haven't had any problems with it aggrevating my acne-prone skin. I've heard some people have had problems with retracting the stick back in to its case but I haven't had any problems. I would buy it again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This has been a staple of mine for a while now. Shade number 2 matches my skin so perfectly that I really only need a dusting of powder afterwards. It also doesn't clog my pores or aggravate existing pimples. I've only tried 2-3 other drugstore brands and I imagine there are better concealers out there. But for now, I find this concealer perfectly adequate (although it's hard to get a hold of in North America for close to retail (609yen or $6.80US).
I use a different, more moisturizing concealer for my undereye circles, just like I use a separate eye cream for that area and a separate eye makeup remover. I find that this product does a good job of covering up anything from angry red blemishes to discoloration around my nostrils. The tacky texture is easy to work with and it bonds to my skin well; never drying it up or slipping off.
The only issue I have with this concealer is that you can't twist the stick back down (you have to push it back in with your finger) but that's not a great concern, especially considering the cheap price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I used several tubes, conceal well than other concealor I try. But not very natural. Lasting powder is average.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i have really bad dark circles, and this product does help lighten the undereye area. btw, i used it in golden yellow. as for coverage, i would say it's Light. does not really help in the concealing. Good for brightening the area though.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
OK let me first say I bought this over 5 years ago (could have been 7 or 8!!!!) and the packaging 'sticker' has faded so much there's no way I can work out what shade it is but it's a medium beige. I probably shouldn't be using something THIS old but anyway I 're-discovered' this in my makeup bag somewhere and decided to give it a go. I usually prefer liquid concealers but I like the convenience of sticks. I must say I'm very surprised at how well this performs for its price! It's a creamy texture and allows for easy blending and doesn't crease much with some loose powder on (unlike Rimmel's stick concealer which is in the same price range but creases like *mad*). Oh forgot to say I only use this on my dark circles, not blemishes/ acne scars because it's probably a little too creamy for that! My dark circles are pretty bad and out of all the things I've tried, only Estee Lauder's Double Wear concealer covers it 100% but Canmake's cheapo concealer does a fairly good job! I'd say it's 70-80% covered and I like how it doesn't budge or crease much as the day wears on. I'll definitely get my sister to get me some of this in Hong Kong :))
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I bought this in 2 colours, peach and yellow. I have very bad dark eye rings and this 2 colours are suppose to neutralize the colour of the dark circles. However, the colour is too light to do anything even if I rub the sticks on the dark circles a few times. The sticks are actually quite creamy and not drying but coverage wise is as good as nothing. Maybe good for those with very mild dark circles. I am NC 25 Asian.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
it is really cheap and comes in several shades.not just a concealer but act as highlighter too.
i'm using the one in yellow.although my dark circles is not completely concealed,what i like is the smooth texture.it is creamy and very easy to blend.not as drying as other stick concealer.
and best thing is ,it does not sink into my fine lines.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It is small and compact, I like the simple packaging as it is light to carry around. I got 01, 02 and 08.
08 is good as a concealer for the fading acne marks. I use 01 as an undereye brightener but find 02 too dark/pinkish for my liking. I am NC25 and BB Sand.
It is very creamy and easy to blend in.. Coverage is acceptable but I think it may not do the job for bigger flaws.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Black
this concealer is quite nice to use. small n compact easy to lug around. and can definitely last me a long time since i dun use much
i bought 07 n 08. 07 is a light yellow colour with a hint of shimmer. covers my dark undereyes quite nicely. and my eyes looks brighter.
08 is more of a skintone colour, quite alright in covering some small blemishes.
it isn't drying, n quite smooth. overall is a nice concealer, good for those on the go. a nice alternative from my usual skinfood n maybelline
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i have this in yellow and dont think it conceal well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
It's nothing fantastic, does and okay job, and the coverage is rather light at times. This concealer has a tendency to collect around my under eye and I often have to rub them off after my powder sets. But if you consider the fact it is quite cheap, the quality is rather good. This stick lasted me very long!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
this is a nonsense product. i picked Apricot colour, which is specially made for dark undereyes. I tried it onto my hand but the colour from the stick didnt quite come on at all. But it was dirt cheap anyway so i just bought it. Later on i would be exasperatedly trying to get it onto my undereyes but it just doesnt come off the stick onto my skin! When it finally did and two hours later, everything had settled into my fine lines and all i saw were weird splotches of makeup on my eyes. Plus i hate the cheap skinny lip balm looking packaging. I dont know about the other colours but just dont try Apricot.
Save your money and go for Kanebo KATE stick concealer (also a japanese drugstore brand) which i also reviewed. They cost about the same, but the product integrity is so much different.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I have racoon dark circles, and haven't got a concealer that perfectly covers them. But this is certainly close to perfect.
I usually prefer liquid concealers but I read too much Japanese magazines & heard too much raving in local webboards. At a price of ~US$5 each I got #02 & #08 from the drugstore. As a little goes a long way, I'd say it's cheap. The packaging is like a skinny lipbalm, looks cheap but is quite durable (works fine for 2 yrs).
I apply the product w/ fingertips. It has great opacity, but the texture is on the waxy side. Won't cause much trouble w/ my fine lines if I don't slap on too much, and there's no need to use powder. I do found it too heavy to use on unhealed blemishes. Staying power is average & a touch up is needed in the hot humid summer.
#02 is a neutral medium beige that lighten my circles (I am a warm medium). #08 is a medium yellow-beige w/ fine golden shimmers. It also works well as a subtle highlighter on my face.
Since it's a Japanese brand, the color range is targeted to Asians - at least that's all it put on display in my city :P. Do play w/ the testers as the swatches are no good.