Cle de Peau • Concealer - Beige • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||79%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this concealer i have those terrible huge dark circles and this concealer covers up all that the only think that worries me is the price it is insanely expensive but i don't mind to spend money on this product because it is absolutely worth it
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
All the hype is true! I have serious heridary dark circles under my eyes, and I have tried every product on the makret, or so it seems. Lately I have been using two products: a correcor in yellow from Lancome and then the Lancome tube concealer (a good choice, the tube, for light circles). A Nordstorm s/a suggested this, I ordered it online and then read some reviews and thought I probably would return it, it would not do much. Oh, I was wrong. This is very pigmented, BUT in a light formula. I'm sure Dermablend would work, too, but it would be so cakey - this is not. I chose Beige as it has a tiny bit of peach/pink in it and also, I read recently that a concealer should be a bit darker than your foundation color (?). This is the third color in a selection of four and I am a NW25. Very happy with this purchase, for ME, it is worth the price, but my circles are terrible.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
It took me a lot of determination to buy this product because it is soooo expensive!!! But after using it for a month I can see why it is worth the price. The packaging is very convenient for carrying around. It is easy to apply - and I think this concealer is more for covering up pimples than dark circles fyi - and it looks very natural. You just need to rub a small amount on the pimple and pat it around gently so it blends in with your skin. This is a must-have makeup that I carry around all the time now. It hasn't caused any adverse skin reactions either. So definitely HG!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Don't get it. How can this be just so wonderful for so many and such a disappointment for me. When the SA at Neiman's put it on it was an OMG moment. She patted it in easily enough (perhaps?) and there was glowing good color. Using it myself it is horrible. Have tried eye creams immediately before use and still cannot help but to push and pull skin even when patting! I know the trick of melting between fingers first but no.. Dry and cakey. What a waste of money since I took it overseas and did not return it. Have tried Hourglass which is sort of a dupe and better but really not much. Believe it or not, went to CVS and picked up an old fashioned tube from Neutrogena in Fair 01 and guess what - not bad at all!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
This really took a few times to get used to, but now I'm on my third tube. I rarely ever buy a product more than once or twice. I guess I got used to the creamy stick consistency and learned how to blend it nicely with my a sigma concealer brush. The key is to dab it on and blend outside of it and try not to touch the part you've dabbed...just stipple it slightly to push the product into the blemish. Yes I paid $90 CDN each time...and if you're lucky enough to have one of the 3 tints blend with your skin then it should work well for you. I don't like it for under eye concealer because it sort of cakes and shows fine lines. I prefer Giorgio Armani or YSL Touche Éclat for that because those are more watery. On a regular day I would just take the stick and dab it on whatever imperfections I have and blend it out with a small sigma concealer brush. I don't even need foundation after that. It is worth the hype. Unfortunately it costs an arm and a leg. Lol
Okay, so after reading so many rave reviews of this super awesome concealer I just had to try it for myself. I usually use a brightener under my eyes as a concealer. (YSL Touche Eclat is so awesome BTW.)
I find this concealer extremely hard to blend under my eye area especially since I don't want to pull on the delicate skin in that area. It doesn't settle into the fine wrinkles which is great. The color is a bit weird. I don't find it covers that well on my dark blemished spots on my cheeks. I use a Clinique concealer in those areas and it seems to cover better.
So at $85 CAD I cannot say it is worth it. I do love the packaging and it makes it simple for application. It is a beautiful tube and lovely to look at. Other than that, as a concealer I just think it's too overpriced and not that effective in my opinion. I'll keep using it and maybe I'll get more practice and be able to use it more effectively. This product is definitely overhyped. Clinique makes a better concealer and in more color choices as well.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
I agree with lisamarie, this product is sooo overrated. I got this in Beige, nice match for my NW25 skin, but there's just nothing special about this concealer- I can think of three that are at least as good and actually more workable - Bobbi Brown's stick concealer in many shades, Tarte's Smooth Operator, stick as well, in three shades and Urban Decay 24/7 concealer pencil in eight shades, with UD being favorite..
Save your money girls unless you are really in love with it already for whatever reason.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This must be one of the most over-rated make-up products; I fell under the spell of the 5 star ratings on department store websites as well as this one and purchased it, without trying it on in person. I have tried many (countless, really) concealers and I hate to spoil the party but this concealer SUCKS; it is no better than a drug store stick concealer for a multitude of reasons. It cakes, it accentuates dry patches, and it does not cover blemishes all that well; so ladies if you have less than perfect skin,or god forbid a blemish, don't count on this concealer coming to your rescue. And the icing on the cake: it does not last more than a few hours!! Take this review seriously; I am not paid, I am a scientist who approaches all decision making with objectivity. I have a weird obsession with makeup and have tried many brands (even traveling to SE Asia to experience the japanese/korean makeup scene) and I can categorically, unequivocally say that I would never waste even $10 on Cle de Peau concealer again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I loooove this concealer (beige) by cle de peau! I basically use it instead of foundation, before I apply eye-make up, blush and mineral powder. It's very light but does a wonderful job at covering even dark under-eye-circles. It is also not greasy at all and doesn't clog my pores (rather the opposite... it does what it's supposed to: conceals them...). When I bought the concealer, I also received a generous amount of samples of some of their other new products. I was extremely impressed by their new (bar of) cleansing soap (savon). Usually soaps would dry out my skin or make it feel "tense" - this one, however, seems to be very gentle and not drying at all. I highly recommend these products!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am on my 6th tube. My mom as well. We love love love it. It matches my skin tone perfectly, it melts into my skin, stays on all day and does not crease at all, even under the eyes. My HG concealer. I have not found anything remotely as good anywhere else, including Mac (both studio finish and the liquid one in the tube), lancome, shiseido, guerlain, and so on. I keep looking b/c of the price, but in the end I know I will repurchase. One tube lasts 6 mo with daily use.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This concealer works brilliantly for my dark circles. As an individual with prominent round eyes and purple toned circles it has always been a struggle to conceal them without looking like a raccoon until CDP. However, despite its brilliance Cdp is way too expensive. A great and cheaper substitute is Edward Bess's concealer stick.