Perfekt • Eye Perfection Gel • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||29%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This DOES make your eye area look good. Other than that, the packaging is a total fail - mine started cracking in several places on the tube where the top screws on, and I did not screw it on tight. The palladium metal tip is a waste, too. I get just as good results with just using the Perfection Gel all over my face and eye area. I did not experience the cooling or tingling that others experienced.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Edit - I just looked at myself in the mirror two hours after application - this stuff sunk into the wrinkles around my eyes that I didn't even know I had. I looked terrible.
This did lighten up my dark circles a bit, but the cooling effect felt like ice and took forever to dry. My eyes watered a bit too. Overpriced for nothing terribly effective.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
This product WORKS. I have horrible dark undereye circles, and based on the recommendation at Sephora, I bought it to use it as a primer under my regular cream concealer. And it almost completely makes my circles disappear - my eyes look great.
However - I am going to have to stop using this soon. The "tingling" feeling that they pitched as a selling point is irratating my eyes beyond belief. On day 1, my eyes felt really tired. by day 3, I thought maybe my eyes just needed a break from contact lenses, so I switched to glasses. Now at day 5, I'm going to stop using this - my eyes have that tired burn, sort of like after a day at the pool. I'm going to see if I can find a similar product that works without killing my eyes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have tried about a million concealers and this one is pretty useless. It absolutely does nothing for my eyes, except MAYBE act as an overpriced primer. The coverage is even worse than their foundation gel, and the metal tip is just hype (it heats up after a few pats). The only thing I use it for is to put a tiny bit in the cracks under my eyes to try to hide the wrinkles. I don't really think it does anything, but I've got a whole tube of it so I try to be creative with it.
Also, there was a crack in my tube, so it started squiring product everywhere. I lost about half the tube to this. Unacceptable, given the price of this thing!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love the tingly feeling you get about ten minutes after applying this product. It reminds you, "oh yea, I guess this must be working." And it really does. Go look in the mirror around the tingly time- you will notice a dramatic difference in the look of your eyes. Smoother, softer (looking and feeling), brighter. I feel like this product is too expensive to double as an eyeshadow primer, but it definitely could. Sometimes I don't even squeeze the product out, I just massage my under-eye area with the cool palladium tip- and even that makes a difference! Try it next time before an afternoon meeting, you'll be amazed at how refreshed your face feels and looks.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Blue
If I could, I would honestly give this ten stars -- because for me, it did exactly as it said. NO other product - no concealer, eye brightener, etc. - has ever made my eye area look like this one does. I have genetic puffiness that never goes away -- and fine lines primarily from dryness under my eyes -- and this definitely disguises the puffiness, brightens and blurs the look of fine lines better than anything I have ever used.
The only caveats: First, cost. It's $45, and I go through it entirely too quickly; one tube does not last me very long. The product also sometimes gets stuck in the applicator, causing it to explode out of the tube suddenly and in an unpredictable direction when squeezed (which is wasteful).
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
i love this product! i use the bright one and apply it to my entire eye area under and on my lid. then i apply cover fx concealer in extra light over it. this is the only thing that has ever worked for me and it hides my dark circles! it does not settle into the fine lines and it does not look cakey. both products are very smooth and silky.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have really bad dark circles and even though this product was pricey ($45) I decided to give it a shot! not only it didn't get rid of the dark circles but it made my eyes tear up and uncomfortable all day even after I washed it off!! I decided to give it a second try and thought that maybe the watery eye was resulted from some other product or just due to something else. But it was definitely this that was causing the allergic reaction since the only time it happened was after applying this. I am going to try to return it but I don't know what the return policy at Sephora is. I will NEVER buy this product again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
WAY overpriced, Dear god, and doesnt make anything stay put nor moisturize. I like the cooling but thats it. I tried every technique i could think of an allowed at least 5 min to set.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I can't believe it, but this definitely works! I pat this on after applying my foundation and powder, and it really conceals undereye darkness. It has a jello/mousse-like consistency and a little goes a long way. My only complaint is the tingling - it tends to transfer to my upper eyelid and my whole eye tingles and tears up, which is annoying. The tingling does go away after a while though.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
It is just a tinted Primer. The metal applicator included is what offers the "cooling effect". My advice is go with something like Clinique's Pore Minimizing Mattiifier Not really worth it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
It doesn't work. Period.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Yes, I'm only nineteen years old, but my under-eye circles are wicked. :(
The SA at Sephora tried this out on my hand, and it felt cool and satin-y, something I thought would work well on my eyes. Boy, was I wrong. I took it home and tried it out quite a few times, determined to absolutely love it because of the steep price tag. The cool feeling was rather uncomfortable, and the formula did nothing for me. This was shown to me as an under-eye concealer, not a primer. If I had known that, I honestly wouldn't own it..
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Blue
According to the Perfekt website, "This multi-tasking, modern gel-mousse glides on effortlessly to instantly leave the eye area with a smooth, airbrushed finish – perfekt alone or a fantastic primer for eye color. Coupled with a light-reflecting tint, cooling palladium tip applicator, soothing cucumber extract, antioxidants, hyaluronic microspheres, peptides and ceramides – Eye Perfection Gel helps smooth away the appearance of puffy, tired looking eyes, under eye shadows, fine lines and wrinkles while hydrating the skin." NOT! I really liked the idea of a multitasking product that would smooth out my undereye area and provide some coverage, so this sounded great. In practice, it is a mess. I bought it in Medium, because the Sephora reviews say it runs light. It was too dark for my light/medium skin, and muddy to boot. So I started applying it as suggested--"Do not use eye cream before application as the skin may not absorb Eye Perfection Gel properly." Disaster. Dry, flaky, cakey. Over moisturizer: disaster. Uneven application, never set. They suggest that you "gently pat and smooth from the outside corner of the eye inward. Gently smooth with fingertips." Oooookay. Tried that--disaster. See above moisturizer issues, plus it dries insanely quickly, so it's very difficult to "pat and smooth" it to a satisfactory finish. Perfekt also says that you can "Layer for desired perfection or coverage." Nope. Even worse caking and flaking, no matter how little I used, one or two applications. Thank god Sephora has a great return policy, because back it went--at $45-$48 for 0.3 oz. (palladium tip applicator be damned), it's too expensive to keep around. I know there are people for whom this product really works, but I'm not one of them. I will not repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Its an undereye primer with color concealer in one. I like the concept of this hybrid product, its innovative and has not been done before that I know of. It definitely has a primer texture to it, it dries to a waxy finish smoothing out crease lines, pores, and give matte feel. It comes in 4 shades to provide coverage, you can even your fav concealer over it. While I like the concept of this product, its just an extra product to buy and use. I can just put my face primer or an eye serum on my eyelids and undereyes and wont really need this gel. I would have given this a 4 if it didnt let my concealer get into my tiny lines under my eyes, but it does, I usually dont have a problem when I use my eye serum. So I will stick to my eye serum.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Other
I wanted to like this. It did feel very nice...on my finger. It quickly settled into fine lines around my eye, was difficult to blend because it dried very quickly and made my eye area look dry and flaky not fresh and awake like I was aiming for. Also, it made my eye area tingly..and not the good kind. Was hoping my eyeballs were not going to shrivel like grapes due to the burning sensation I had and no, I didn't accidentally stick it directly in my eye. Sorry Perfekt you are not perfect for my eyes.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love this- it saves me time and is a great all in one product. My old routine was emu oil to moisturize under the eyes, followed by Urban decay primer potion, followed by an under-eye brightener. Then black eyeliner and I'm done. But my eyeliner was not always applying nicely over the UDPP. And any concealer/ brightener I used could look cakey if I was not careful blending.
I Got this as a sample from Sephora, in the shade Bright (I have olive skin). The texture is like a very smooth (but not at all greasy) mousse. Very silocone-y feel. The instructions said to apply with a fingertip and smooth it INWARD toward the inner eye. I always smoothed OUTWARD - but inward makes a lot more sense than sweeping outward as I normally do. This felt great gliding on, I barely had to blend, it just brightened, made the area look youthful, plumped the lines, and gave me a glow and like I had actually slept!
Well, I combined 3 steps into 1 and the results are better than my old routine. Before I read up on this I had no idea this was also a primer. I skipped the UDPP when I tried it and noticed my liner did not run. I am not sure how well this will hold up in summer as a liner primer, but will repost when I find out. I notice that if I do put concealer over this, it glides on like a dream and covers much better than it would normally.
I have very sensitive skin and usually get milia under the eyes if I use concealer everyday. I have no breakout yet. I will post back if anything changes.
I love the fact that this has 'good for your skin' ingredients. It's like getting an eye treatment while diffusing shadows and holding your liner in place, all at the same time. I think this is a new staple.