Tarte • Maracuja Creaseless Concealer • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this concealer. I have been using this for almost a year and after some trial and error, I have learned to really love it. In the beginning, I was applying it with my fingers and using too much product, hence the chalky creases. After I fell in LOVE with my beauty blender, I decided to apply this concealer with it. It gives me a natural look with the full coverage I need for my dark circles and it never creases, I believe it's one of the best concealers I have ever tried and I have tried many from Bobby Brown to YSL, none of them have given me the natural coverage that lasts all day. Highly recommend this!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I picked this up instead of the Amazonian clay by accident but it was a happy mistake! This covers really well, and you only need a little bit. The packaging is difficult because you have to squeeze really hard to get any product out, but like I said, you do not need a lot so the little bit that comes out is sufficient. I will buy this again because I have never had a concealer that covers so easily using so little product and does not look cakey.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is the best concealer on the market. Not only does it actually live up to its claims, but it's not tested on animals!!! It really doesn't crease!!!! It covers my dark circles!!!! It's waterproof!!!! It's sweat -proof!!! My only complaint? The packaging is is too vacuum packed, so when I squeeze out the product, the top breaks ever so slightly. A little bit of product goes a looooooooooong way, so this expensive tube will last you forever. If this stuff is ever discontinued, I will be very upset. I bought 10 of them on drugstore.com just in case.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
Nope nope nope. I have the trifecta of undereye suck, namely hereditary dark circles PLUS crepey lines PLUS often dryish skin from Retin-A. Had high hopes for this concealer but when I applied it over my everyday facial sunscreen (which has a number of silicones and usually acts as a sort of primer-lite) it immediately got patchy and disgusting, and the more I blended (fingers and a beauty blender dupe) the patchier it got. Before I did the other eye, I applied a real silicone primer and it didn't help at all.
My best concealer find for my issues so far is MAC Pro Longwear, and I'll be going back to that.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
I purchased this product thinking it would be full coverage for my under eye redness. It is super thick and extremely hard to spread. It exaggerates my pores and makes my under eye area looks super shiny and wet all day. It doesn't even cover 100% of my veins and redness. About two hours into wearing it, It had creased in my fine lines. I thought it was supposed to be "Creaseless"? Never mind the packaging makes it so hard to get the product out. This is going back to the store immediately.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
Probably one of the worst concealers I've tried. Applies like a dream. Less than a hour later, it is as if I never put on a concealer. I've tried it with primers underneath, with different setting powder, nothing seems to work. Back to Sephora it went.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought this for a spot concealer, not for undereye as I am an YSL Touche Éclat devotee. When I bought it, the Sephora near me was not carrying Cover FX yet and the salesperson told me this was the next best thing. There was no exact match to my skintone. What I bought was a bit too pink, but I was able to blend it so that the color was not an issue. But, the coverage was just OK and it was hard to make invisible when I built up the coverage to the point that the spots were invisible. It did not last long even though I applied it on top of either tinted sunscreen or foundation and then dusted with powder, the staying power was not the best. I have since replaced it with Cover FX Cream Concealer, which I have reviewed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
So, when I first got this concealer, I HATED it. I have yellow undertones in my skin but when I put this on, it was soo pigmented and yellow and felt thick and gooey. Looked very unnatural. It creased terribly and never seemed to set. I lost my recipt and it sat in my drawer for a couple of months. So glad I lost that recipt!!!
I tried it again a couple of months later, used a teenie tiny amount and LOOOOVED it! It had good coverage, didn't crease, set with a light powder it didn't settle into lines or make my undereye area look crepey or cakey. It covered my very dark circles and stayed put ALLLL DAY! I'm not kidding when I say all day. The key is to use a tiny amount and build up if necessary. I THOUGHT i was using a small amount before, but even that was too much. I was using way too much. Less is definately more with this product. I also must set with powder. Have been using NARS illuminating pressed powder and it works great. I've found that patting it on with my fingers works best as it warms up the product and really melts it into the skin. Sometimes I just buff over it afterwards with a small, soft brush to remove any fingerprints, etc.
Regarding packaging...I've heard people complain that the tube is mostly filled with air, but it contains the amount that is displayed which is .28 oz for $24 on Sephora. In comparison, NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer is .22 oz for $28, Bobbi Brown Corrector .05 oz for $23, and Benefit Erase Paste .15 oz for $26 all at Sephora. You get more product than the others mentioned for a comparable price, so the fact that the tube is filled with air doesn't bother me in the least. Also, it is more difficult to get out of the tube and you have to squeeze pretty hard to get it out, but I personally find this to be a good thing because it keeps you from wasting product. My tube hasn't popped or anything and I've been using it for a while now.
I wouldn't recommend this concealer for other areas of the face, but it is a dream under the eyes. If you have tried this product and hated it, try again with much less and see what you think. I'm glad I did!!! I look for moisturizing concealer for the undereye area that covers heavy duty darkness, doesn't accentuate fine lines, and is long wearing. This fits the bill and is definatley one of my favorite concealers i've ever tried under my eyes.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
My only regret is that I did not buy this sooner. I am fair with terrible dark circles and lines under my eyes. I have tried every concealer and/or corrector you can imagine.
I apply a small amount of eye cream, smashbox under eye primer and then apply this with Sephora's Airbrush concealer brush. It does the job. No crazy colored corrector needed! And it last all day. I am so pleased.
It can be difficult to squeeze out of the tube but that does not bother me. It reminds me that I only need a small amount to do each eye.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I absolutely love this concealer and consider it my holy grail. The texture is smooth and creamy without being remotely cakey. I use it to cover up my horrible under eye circles and it works like a charm! Also, having cystic acne my blemishes are very dark, and this covers them up beautifully too. It also doesn't aggravate my breakout prone skin! It lasts all day and stays in place, no oxidizing or drying out. My search for an amazing concealer is done.