Revlon • Age Defying Concealer With Botafirm ] [DISCONTINUED] • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||63%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have tried dozens of concealers - creams & liquids, and everything from Covergirl and L'Oreal to Bobbi Brown and Chanel. This is the ONLY one (Neutralizer) that works consistently for me on heavy undereye circles. It covers beautifully, doesn't crease, and really lasts. For those of you who are having difficulty with it, maybe the moisturizer you're using is not non-greasy. I was a bit disappointed with the creasing until I switched the eye cream - that made all the difference. Also, when applying use a concealer brush and apply in thin layers; and pat, pat, pat (very lightly). Add a thin dusting of powder and this is as good as it gets. It's strange how sometimes the same product can be a dream for some of us and a major disappoint for others. Sometimes depending on the consistency of the product, you need to change your regular method of application. Anyway, this concealer is fabulous to me!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this because I was trying to break my dept. store shopping habit. I thought it was a bit pricey for a drug store brand but I also noticed that most of the brands have gone up in price and the dept. store prices are still higher. I didn't know much about this particular product but gave it a chance and really liked it. It's creamy, goes on smooth, and covers pretty good. I didn't experience any flaking or craking. The problem I have w/ALL concealers is that they wedge in the fine lines right below my bottom lash line and I have to wipe and blend at least once in the day. I think this product is worth trying. I just don't get the nay sayers because there's no possible way this stuff flakes or cracks it's way too creamy for that-I guess everyone's different right? I really like it and even though it comes in a small square pot it's easy to manage and it'll last for a while. Buy it, try it, and keep your receipt you can always return it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love this creamy medium coverage concealer which I use for undereyes, the "medium deep" shade matches my olive skintone perfectly. It contains spf 20 which is the highest I have seen in concealers anywhere. My biggest gripe is it doesnt last long on the skin so I have to carry it in my purse for touch ups. Other than that, this container lasts a LONG time, I have my concealer for about a year and I'm half way done (with daily use).
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I really like this little product.
First off I find working with concealers that come in a little pot just easier. Second, I love that this one is super creamy. Super creamy means the product goes on easier and blends easier too. (I use my finger first to apply to undereye circles and then finish off with a concealer brush :)
This product does NOT irritate my sensitive eyes either (I'm a contac lens wearer too)
Give this a try its lovely and with zinc oxide and other great ingredients in it you can't go wrong.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is one of the best concealers I have ever used. After reading Kevyn Aucoin's book Making Faces, I decided I should follow Mr. Aucoin's recommendation to use cream concealers rather than liquid ones because they provide more coverage and last longer. My first foray into the cream concealer arena was with M.A.C. Studio Finish SPF 35. It did last and the coverage was good (I have small acne scars on my cheeks and chin), but it was difficult to blend on my "dry skin" days -- even when I used some kind of moisturizer beneath it. On to the Revlon concealer. It covers just as well and is easier to blend than the M.A.C. one. I don't think the Revlon concealer would blend very well on anyone's skin if a tinted moisturizer, sunblock, or serum weren't applied beneath it, which is something I always do. But I think this is true for all cream concealers. I also like the fact that this concealer, like the M.A.C. concealer, contains a high broad-spectrum SPF.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
this was the worst concealer i've ever tried. it looked fine at first..but by the end of the night it caked and flaked like crazy. i went out clubbing w/ friends and took a bunch of pictures. didn't realize how bad i looked since i didn't look at any mirrors for the rest of the night. my friends sent me the pictures taken from that night and i was horrified to see how terrible this concealer looked on me. it looked very obvious...very cakey and very flakey. terrible.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I recently brought this after seeing its creamy texture. I have normal/dry skin and although am in my early twenties, I wanetd to try this. I think the coverage is great for under-eye circles, it covers them better than other concealers I've tried and the finish is not matte and drying - which I really like. I like the colour selection available too and considering I brought it from Ebay, it was pretty cheap too. Well worth the price paid and am loving the texture. I think it would be suitable for those with normal to dry skin, for those with oily skin, I think it wouldn't really help. The colours available are great for those with yellow tones. Recommended :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I think this is an above average concealer for under eyes, especially for drier skin types. It does need a touch of translucent powder, applied with a fluffy shadow brush, to set it and help it to stay in place. But things I like most about this concealer is:
1. that it's SPF 20 w/ titanium dioxide and zinc oxide;
2. that it's smooth and creamy, allowing easy mid-day application touchups without tugging;
3. it's in pot-form instead of tube, which I find more convenient for concealer brushes and stuffing into makeup bags; and
4. it's conveniently found at the drugstore and not too pricey.
I'm treating hyperpigmentation areas and this really helps keep them covered and the SPF protects them from darkening further. It doesn't *totally* cover them but it does enough that they aren't noticable and still look natural. Will repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I have been searching for a concealer tat can cover my darks circles and reading up some reviews regarding this concealer so i thought i might just give it a try....its a drugstore brand and its ard SGD$20+ here in my country....previously i am using TBS's crayon pencil concealer and its SOOOOO DRY for my eyes man!
to my surprise, this revlon age defying concealer works for me! so much better than my TBS one! It can cover at least around 80% of my dark circles...yes it still show abit of my lines near my eyes but for the price i am paying...its worth it!
i will repurchase it again!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I liked this stuff at first but then started to not like it much.
It's very creamy and quite heavy coverage which is lovely. I don't know how it firms, it didn't firm me that much! lol.
It ended up being a bit of a pain in the ass to blend because it was so creamy and slippy and i just didn't really get on with it. It's not a chuck away product i'd imagine it will be great for other things. Just not concealor i'd use in a rush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Wow what a great find! I actually bought this for a friend as a birthday present, tried it, then bought one for myself! I dont see why anyone says its dry or cakey/hard to blend....this was amazingly smooth and so creamy, and blended like a dream!! it's *a lot* creamier & easier to smooth in than becca imo, i have it too but havent reached for it in ages. I used this concealer in light pale, and even though im nc20-25 now in the winter this is a touch too light, although still wearable, i hope the next shade up isnt too dark cus id really like to try this in a different one. This is great for both blemishes (covers everything!) and under eyes- amazingly DOESNT crease on me (becca and lots of other HE ones did!)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This stuff is okay...just make sure you don't apply too much, as then it tends to crease and look splotchy and clumpy in your under-eye area.
I think you could probably find better concealers out there, but this one is a good one to try if you're in a pinch.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I bought the 01 Neutralizer version...it is very yellowy and enhances wrinkles/creases + it does not blend well. I would not buy this product again. I am fair skinned, caucasion......still searching for HG of concealers.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Other
Although this sets, wears, and covers well, IMO the color selection tends too strongly towards the yellow side. I have this in Light, and if I try to use it to cover anything other than dark circles, the color match isn't great. One other thing, you don't seem to get very much of it (0.10 oz) for the price.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I just bought this in the Yellow "Corrector" Color to hide my dark under eye circles and I have to say I really love it. I had been using something that I could only get online (What a pain!) And it was similar in it's consistency. At first I thought it might be too dark but it looks darker in the pot then it does on my skin. It has good coverage and is buildable. And I like the convience of just running to the corner drug store if I run out instead of ordering it online, then waiting for it to come and paying shipping fees on top of it like I did with the other product I was using. It's very soft and creamy, and easy to blend. I noticed it kind of "Sets" itself, just a little, but I also dust powder over it to set. Seems to have good lasting power and appears to help smooth out the fine lines under my eyes. I think I'll keep using it and If I run into any problems I'll update but so far so good. It seems to be doing the job with no touchups throughout the day. LOVE that!
UPDATE: It is now 3 months later and I'm still using the same pot of this that I originally bought! (In "Light/Pale") I have used it every day under my eyes, and set it with a little powder. I STILL love this. I think the key to this is that a little goes a long way. So yes, the pot is small but so far it's lasted me a pretty long time and I still have plenty left. It covers well too. So If I'm still using this months later, you KNOW I really like it!! :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This stuff works so well. It covers everything. I have acne scars on my chin and cheeks and with this stuff you can't even tell. It also is great for undereye circles.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Hate it!!! Colour is too pale and yellow, covers absolutely nothing and is impossible to blend because it looks chalky, patchy and completely unnatural. And it's pretty expensive too! Wouldn't repurchase if it was the last concealer on earth. (And I'm a concealer addict!)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Totally unimpressed as an undereye concealer, it looks obvious and worse actually makes my eyes look baggier, the skin crepier and highlights the fine lines. Nice creamy texture but sinks into fine lines badly.I'm 27 and this gives me the undereye area of a 40 year old! Works better under or over foundation to camaflauge redness, even out skin tone. Also, tried as an eyeshadow base and it creased and produced those tell tales lines.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Fabulous little find! I purchased it in Neutralizer and this is way better than my Almay Amazing Lasting concealer. Much better coverage. This really does the trick on those under eye circles. The texture is creamy and does not crease on me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
What a fantastic concealer!! I bought this one on sale, I think it's usually about $11 CAD. I thought it might be hard or cakey, since it's a solid compact, and I usually use liquid concealers for under the eye. But it's smooth as silk! Great coverage... I have med/light Oriental skin (NC25) and I bought the 01 Neutralizer shade. It looks kind of dark and yellow in the pan, but it's very natural looking. Long lasting and easy to blend. I like it just as much as my MAC Select Coverup (I use NC20 in that)... the Revlon one actually feels nicer on, but I think Mac might offer a tiny bit more coverage.It comes in a little red compact that feels durable, and is small enough to carry around. (It's not teeny though, so if your evening bag is very small, you might find it a tight squeeze. Tip: For undereyes, use a concealer brush for maximum coverage. For faster application, just dab on with the pad of your ring finger. For blemishes, use a pointed concealer brush, then dab lightly with your pinky or cosmetic sponge to blend. Also, it's best to moisturize eye area first, to prevent caking.