Dermablend • Quick-Fix • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I am so shocked that so many people don't like this product! I have had an impossible time my entire life trying to cover the dark circles under my eyes and I have NEVER had such a great concealer as this one!! I love it so far, I've only had it about 3 days, but so far I have no problems except the price! ;) My go to product now! :D
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this about a month ago, mine is in a black tube unlike the picture though.
Considering what this product costs I'd have to classify it as a total bust. Performance wise I guess it would be about a three. It does conceal blemishes though not any better than a decent drugstore concealer, it lasts a reasonable length of time, is too cakey for layering or for under eye use but covers dark spots on the face pretty well.
However, if all I wanted was an acceptable concealer for blemishes that didn't work any better than Neutrogena or Almay, I could have saved myself about $15 and bought Neutrogena or Almay. Kind of pissed I don't have the receipt so I can't return this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Its not worth the price. Does it cover (duh its a concealer) so all cream concealer cover up but i was looking for lasting power and matching blending capabilities. This does not do it. I was debating between medium and beige ended up with beige on my NC30-35 skin thank goodnes because even the beige is sometimes too ligh t for my skin. I have to blend, stipple blend with product over ance scars. dark circles forget about it I found out it does crease. Not worth it I have to warm the product with my finger because its a bit dry so I don't like it because it sometimes tugs under my eyes.
So careful everyone just becuase its expensive doesn't mean it works I will stick with my basic coastal scents concealer palette.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I did not like this stick concealer. I wear Dermablend concealer in Bronze. It matched my perfectly and this concealer is great for winter weather (I live in Chicago) but as soon as spring started to roll around it creased easily. No matter how much Laura Mercier Seting powder that I used. It was not longwearing at all in humid weather. Lastly, it did not offer much coverage. Even after two swipes, I could still see dark circles and my beauty mark.
After doing some more research, I found out that stick concealers in general crease easily, are not long wearing, and do not offer much coverage. Luckily, I was able to get my money back from Macy's.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I went into the store to grab Tarte concealer based on MUA reviews, and was disappointed to find that the medium was a light salmon color, and the light was far too light. Hooray. I got to try every concealer on the back of my hand to try to find something I wanted to take home. I wandered over to the Dermablend area having never heard of it. It seemed like some heavy-duty stuff. I actually liked the make-up in the little pot, and found it to be a really nice concealer, only to find that they did not have my color in stock, and then have the sassy 'make-up manager' inform me that it was foundation anyway. Sigh. I grabbed the Quick Fix concealer because of the pigmentation and consistency. The advertisement boasted 16 hour coverage when set with powder. SOLD! The sassy manager told me I should buy "light", which has a pink base, which everyone knows is garbage for a concealer. I grabbed "beige" instead. Thanks anyway, Mr. Sassy manager. I tried it for work the next day, set with powder and everything. After 3 hours I could see that it was wearing off. Of course. The hunt continues. It wasn't drying on me at all. I didn't have any problems with it settling into lines, but I did have problems with my dark circles peaking out before lunch time. Lame. I refuse to be that girl reapplying make-up 3 times during a work day. If you don't mind that this product would work for you. Otherwise, save your $22 and try something else out. PS: did anyone else notice that this stuff is made by L'Oreal? Hmmmm...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
This concealer is *highly* pigmented and has a rather dry, thick formula. I don't use this much for under eye circles, but rather to conceal post-blemish marks. I apply it by dotting it on with a brush and buffing the edges into my foundation. It definitely stays put when set with powder. My only reservation with this product is the shade range -- Dermablend products don't seem to come light enough for my complexion, so I'm not sure I would repurchase (although the tube will last absolutely forever, so I don't think I'll ever need to).
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
put a nice hydrating cream under this and it's a fabulous concealer for undereye shadows. Very pigmented, far too thick to apply straight from the tube. Use a finger to pat it on or a brush. Less is more. Medium is a great match for me (NC35). It doesn't give the reverse raccoon look finally!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
This is the concealer I usually use because I can't find ones that are actually full coverage, but it's hard to find the right color. It's always either too orange, or too light. I go light of course. The coverage is great! I would recommend it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This concealer claims to be full coverage and states that it will cover under eye darkness, blemishes, scars, etc. So I expected this to be a really heavy duty concealer that will completely cover my occasional breakouts. The directions for use are to apply this directly to the undereye area from the tube and blend with your fingers - or use your finger to wipe a little product from the tube and apply it to your undereye area. From reviews I have read, some mentioned not to apply this directly under your eyes because it is heavy and will look cakey. I did not find that at all to be true for me. I like applying it directly from the tube and taking a flat foundation brush to lightly blend it in. No heaviness, no caking. The consistency is your average stick concealer. It applies creamy, but it also has the concentrated - sort of dry texture that many stick concealers have. I found it to be very similar to my favorite Palladio Stick Concealer. I didn't find it to look thick under my eyes, nor did it emphasize any lines. I always make sure to moisturize my undereye area prior to using this so it will glide on better and have a better end result. It is necessary to set with a powder, as cream concealers tend to move around and will settle a bit in fine lines. After I set my undereyes with powder, I had no caking throughout the day and no settling. It pretty much stayed put all day. The coverage - I would consider it to be full, but it wasn't as "full" as I expected it to be. With a thick layer, it covered probably 85% of my darkness - but once I applied my foundation you could barely notice them. Only If I turn my head in certain angles can you see the darknes from my hollows peek through. Which I guess, will happen with any concealer - unless you're using paint. lol I am happy with the results for my undereyes and I'll continue using this. But, for blemishes - this is terrible. I have a few minor red scars from a recent breakout and this didn't cover them. It covered them probably 50% - and the redness still peeked through. I am extremely disappointed with this products performance for that considering it's the main reason I purchased it. This is no way going to cover anything remotely severe on your face unless you apply it to your face directly from the tube and don't blend it. Nevertheless, I really like it for my undereyes and the tube makes applying it very handy. I'm giving this a 3/5 only because it claims to cover bruises, freckles, acne spots, etc and it wouldn't cover my very minor blemish scars. For ref, I'm NC30-NC37 and I used the shade Beige. It seemed to be the most yellow of the shades. If you'd like to see my before & after pics with this concealer, go here: https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-ebr0_StrtJQ/TXa6AkgZ1FI/AAAAAAAABHo/Lu85C7YRWwM/s1600/concealer.jpg
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Oh this sucks! You would think Dermablend would be HG concealer for someone w/ dark circles but nope! I'm no makeup artist but I can tell you that if you put something this cakey and thick on your face, more importantly, under your eyes, the end result will not be pretty. Let be begin with the first failure: Color. They do have a decent range of color choices but I must be the odd ball that doesn't match to any of them. The lights are very pale and the beige/mediums are orange/too warm. I tried Light, Beige, Medium and Natural with no success. The second failure: Coverage. I'm sorry, am I missing something? I thought Dermablend was high industrial strength cover. After applying two layers, I still saw my circles. The last failure: Texure/Finish. I think above all, the texture and finish should be crucial followed by great cover. I simply can't let myself walk around with two huge orangy cakey crusty half moons under my eyes. This also settles into fine lines and makes you look 10 years older. The only good thing I like about this concealer is the packaging. This concealer comes in a nice shiny black slim lipstick tube.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Superglue for the eyes. As a primer under eyeshadow, this concealer will not budge. Such coverage and with so much pigmentation that it was hard for me to gauge exactly how much to apply for a natural look without that dreaded heavy, cakey feeling. Armed with a concealer brush, I worked on the eye area, lids, under, over and light acne scars on my right cheek. Liked the convenience of a stick, but don't just rub it directly on. You'll only waste product and money for a kabuki look. Again I'm perfect and flawless. And plastic. This line is very effective if you use the proper tools and use the tiniest bit.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
If applied like a 'regular' concealer, it will definitely come off as cakey.
It has AMAZING pigmentation.
The packaging is nothing special, it has a lipstick style applicator just like any stick concealer.
The color range is limited.
I rub my finger on it to heat up the product and then dab my finger lightly on my under eye circles or blemishes.
This works best when the skin is exfoliated and moisturized. Otherwise, it will enhance any dryness.
It is AMAZING as an eye primer. I like that Painterly Paint Pot doubles as a concealer, but the staying power isn't incredible. This glides on my eyelids seamlessly and stays on like glue.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
After searching high and low for my HG concealer... the search is over:) Have a few dark spots that I have been trying to cover, and this stuff is awesome! It's also great at covering redness and acne spots. With no luck have tried Laura Mercier, Mac studio finish and studio sculpt, smashbox, and various drugstore concealers. I love the spf 30 and that I can carry it in my purse. I think it would be good for oily and dry skin. I am an NW 20 and found that light is a perfect match for me. This also worked well under my eyes. My only gripe is the price. With tax came to 23 bucks and only a small amount is in the tube:(
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
easily blended...I use it to cover my circle...looks natural...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
For the price, I would expect this to be a little better than it is. Its very chalky when I put it on and does not blend well. The shade selection is not very wide either. The coverage is pretty good though.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I happened across this while shopping for perfume at JCPenney and decided to try it. The color selection is small and either too orange or too pink, but I finally settled on Beige. I have medium olive skin. It does not match perfectly, but it matches. I dotted this on three spots of hyperpigmentation on my face. I have applied it after my moisturizer and foundation and then I tried it after foundation without moisturizer. It works better on skin that is not moisturized, but keep in mind I use a heavy cream. It covers my brown spots amazingly well, but the two stubborn ones do show through a little bit. However, you would have to get pretty close to me to notice them. I am very pleased with this little concealer stick and will definitely repurchase it. They need a wider color selection and the price is too high. Other than that, I recommend this, especially for hyperpigmentation. (Price: $18.00 USD)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
i wouldn't think the color selection is very wide. my skin is really fair and i use the light one, but it doesn't even match my skin color. it goes on a bit orangey-yellow. it is really thick. you must moisturize like crazy before putting this on! it highlights all the dry and flaky areas on my skin. the pointed tip doesn't last very long so you end up with a huge tube so you can't pinpoint where you need it to be. the packaging is very poor. i'm not even half-way through with the stick and now i can no longer twist it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have dark circles and this is hands down the best concealer out there. I use Beige and I would recommend actually looking at samples to determine your shade, as the web representations I saw did not match the product. If you have bad circles, buy this.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I ordered this concealer from Dermablend as part of an "Introductory Gift" at the amazing price of $15.00. It also included a loose, translucent setting powder. I tend to not use the powder, and I tossed the concealer brush, because I use my finger instead. The other reviewers are correct in saying it works best when slightly warmed. I also use it for my inner corner eye area, and it definitely brightens my eyes. Great product. I would definitely pay full price for it,. but I think that's a looong time from now - you only need a teensy bit to get good coverage.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I've tried many, many concealers out there, all the way from drugstore brands to upper high-end (think Cle d' Peau), and I really find this to be the best for my really dark under-eye circles. I use a really good moisturizer first, then a thin layer of Clinique's All About Eyes gel, (a light layer of a silicone-based primer would work well, too) then I apply a light layer of Beige Quick Fix and blend, then add another light layer if needed. I then apply a light layer of Ivory to just the inner corners and slightly in a "C' shape to lighten the inner corners. I pat/lightly rub it in place, and it works really well. I don't usually use a loose powder to set, as it makes my under-eye are look dry and old, so I just blend it well, and I don't seem to have a problem!