Too Faced • Absolutely Flawless Therapeutic Herbal Eye Base And Concealer With Apple Seed Enzyme • Concealers
|Would buy this product again.||72%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
The shade "London Light" is a PERFECT match to my skintone, it hides redness & flaws very well and is a great concealer, not only for the undereye area and it can be layered very thin, which prevents an ugly "mask effect". Highly recommended, and you'll get a cute packaging as well!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Other
Can we buy this concealer still? It seems that Too faced has changed its formula and I am not sure I would like the new one. Is MakeupAlley only a place to look or to buy?
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
I love this.
conceals well, stays well. good colour match( i have it in the lightest colour)
justwish i could buy it more easily cuz i want one in my bag, one in the car, one in the hallway and one in the bathroom hehe
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Poverty is motivating me to "shop my stash," so I pulled this out of the bottom of my makeup bag, and have been using it for several days--as an eyeshadow base. It's an ok concealer (nothing special, but does the job), but it working very well as an eyeshadow base.
It's smooth enough to blend easily (unlike many pot eyeshadow bases), sets quickly, and prevents creasing on my lid. Only a tiny amount is required, so this pot should last a long while.
I've given it a "3" in packaging quality, since the container does not include a mirror--a pet peeve of mine with pricey products. (On the other hand, the flip-top is very convenient).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this product. It conceals pimples, redness, and undereye circles. i use it in London Light, which is perfect for my pale, slightly yellow-toned skin. The key here is to use a dab on a fluffy brush and feather it on to the blemish or undereye area. Do not use a flat concealer brush, as this will cake on the product. It only takes a small amount of product to provide good coverage. I feel like a lot of the negative reviews come from using the product too heavily. I took off a lippie because the color selection is terrible.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
I got this in the lightest shade and it was too yellow for my fair skin with pink undertones. It didn't blend well and was too thick. I think this product is similar to MAC Studio Finish concealer and I didn't like that one either.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This makes me so sad, cuz I really wanted to love this under-eye concealer. I purchased this in "London Light", which matched my NW25-30 skin really well...but as with EVERY under-eye concealer I have ever purchased....it creased. Not just a little either. ALOT! Whether I patted it on like the Sephora s.a. recommended. No method worked whereby the coverage would look natural...just nasty and cakey. I have tried every method I can think of for applying this concealer to help with creasing and smoothness, but NADA. I really want a concealer that looks like I have no concealer on and this just didn't fit the bill. Wish I had something more positive to say about it. I wasted $19.50 on this. :(
Edit: 6/29/10 Tried Fresh Umbrian Clay concealer and LOVE IT! :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Love this concealer, I apply it with the Balm's concealer brush. It lasts all day on me and I don't have to set it with powder, it's perfect and I will be repurchasing once I run out! It also helps my shadow/liner stay put which is amazing, I do not need eye primer while wearing this, I just apply it underneath my eyes and from lid to brow-it brightens up my eyes and never creases!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
My perfect shade is Hollywood Medium. I range from a NC37-NC40 and it still works perfectly either way. It covers dark circles, completely hides my pores, and covers any discoloration. I love it so much!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
At first I was pleased with this concealer but after almost using up the whole pot, here is my reveiw:
There is nothing "therapeutic" about this concealer. This concealer madly creases and that's about it. It claims to help with puffiness but it doesn't do anything whatsoever. It creases while making my undereye area look dry and the lightest color match isn't the best either especially for porcelain girls with pink undertones.
I like the cute too faced packaging, but not for concealer. I don't know how, but hairs constantly kept getting stuck in the pot and it was a pain in the ass taking them out. I prefer liquid concealers, and I am currently using MUFE Lift concealer which is allready so much better! This concealer is worthless as a base too as it just creases and doesn't make your shadows last longer at all. If you want a good base, get Urban Decays primer potion that actually works.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This concealer is really close to my HG. I first got it in St. Tropez tan, and it looks great in the summer when my skin tone is a bit darker. Now that it's Winter, i'm going to try Hollywood Medium. My only gripe with this is besides the name (ridiculously long), is that the packaging is horrible. I kept it in my makeup bag, and one day when I opened it to use it, there was fluff all over it! It might be because the case closes magnetically, but I was a bit upset. More of a shade selection would be nice also. I took off one lippy for the packaging and another for the fact that there aren't enough shades.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Very limited color selection, but the "Hollywood Medium" shade was just right for me. It's on the yellow side though, so it probably wouldn't work for girls with pink undertones. The concealer cakes like no other when applied with anything but a concealer brush. It diminished the dark circled appearance, but it runs into fine lines instead, making the under eye area look super wrinkly.
This wasn't the right concealer for me, so I'm just using the rest of it as eyelid primer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this little concealer; I have dry skin and this concealer is therapeutic; glides on silky and stays that way. I agree on the range and selection (I am a blonde and can use the Tropez darkest shade in the winter months?)
After 2 hours it still looks fantastic which is the key. I also notice a reduction in any swollen a.m. signs of being tired after a few hours. Numerous concealers cake on me and this little gem stays smooth under my eyes. I love the packaging, very adorable. I hope they expand the portfolio and add some vanilla shades as well as some darker shades for the summer and for my friends who already have enviable beautiful mocha skin.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Olive, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It kinda pissed me off that they only have three shades. Like darker skin girls don't need concealer! I bought it in St. Tropez Tan. The color was too off for under eye concealing, so I use this as an eyeshadow base.
I can't really be mad though, because I bought this for just 3 dollars at Marshall's.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have this product in St. Tropez Tan. I will say this for the product, it has amazing glide and awesome blendibility. I wish there were more color choices. It is a bit sheer, so someone looking for thick coverage, look elsewhere like Dermablend. Highlighting dry spots is another problem...but for a quick, blendable concealer, this is it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I love love love this concealer! Yes, i think i finally found my HG concealer and I'm just so happy. I got this through a swap, thinking what the hell, it seems to correspond to my color (St. Tropaz Tan) and i'm so happy i went for it! I love the texture, its smooth but not watery and makes my undereye area look smooth and pretty. i have some dark circles, not too bad but enough to warrant some sort of concealer. I've been using interchangeably the MAC Select Moisturecover (NW30) and the Laura Mercier creamy concealer. Both are okay a bit tedious and sometimes they looked good and others not too good. A good eye cream was key to making these work but i was still not satisfied till i tried this one. I've been using it almost daily for two weeks now and I will def. repurchase when i run out. It does crease a bit but not bad and nothing that a quick tap with your ring finger won't fix, unlike the other two concealers I tried (looked crepey, dry, etc and couldn't really fix without just removing it completely).
i'm so happy with this. I apply in the morning with a concealer brush, i dab it on lightly and then blend it in with my ring finger (lightly tapping). Very happy and impressed! Make sure to use a good moisturizing eye cream/lotion underneath, i find that helps for me.
Highly recommend and the color is perfect.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
EDIT: I am not dropping this rating, but I'd like mention that I can only use this on the browbone on my no eyeshadow days (which are my attempts to no makeup days). That's because whenever I wear shadows, I need to use TFSI to make it not crease (MAC shadows start creasing on me in half an hour) and this product just does not smooth on well over TFSI as well as it does over bare skin.
First off, like a previous reviewer said, this thing has a ridiculously long name. But that's like my only gripe.
I was originally looking for a concealer to use as a subtle browbone highlighter without having to turn to an eyeshadow that would be shimmery/dry-looking and subtle enough to look refreshed and not made-up. I figured that if I got a concealer that was a shade lighter than my actual skintone, it would work out well. So I was poking around the makeup counter and the Bay and found my way to two things: Shiseido's concealer that comes in a tube (of which I have a tube for my normal blemishes and such, in shade 2 which is a dead match to my skin) in shade 1 and Too Faced's concealer in London Light (their lightest shade).
(For reference's sake, I'm a MAC NC30/35, Shiseido O40.)
I went and put on Shiseido's shade 1 on the browbone and undereye area on the left eye and then Too Faced's London Light on my right side. Went for a walk around and then came back to scrutinize my face in a mirror with my face turned up at the light and noticed that Too Faced's blended much better with my skin and, this is hard to explain, it was less noticeable that i was wearing anything, but the colour/shade/highlight difference was much more obvious, in that, my right eye looked like I was naturally wide awake. Like how Drew Barrymore said in those CG commercials, "Is your makeup showing?" the Too Faced side wasn't showing (but was showing results).
So, naturally, I buy Too Faced. And then I get home and curiously compared my Shiseido concealer tube I already have in shade 2 and Too Faced's London Light. And then my jaw dropped. They looked like they were exactly the same shade. Which didn't make sense, because Shiseido's shade 2 is a dead match on my skin, whereas Too Faced was noticeably lighter on my skin... But like some reviewers have already mentioned, there's a certain luminosity that makes Too Faced seem lighter and more brightening. To their already ridiculously long name, they should add "brightening" somewhere.
This concealer itself is very smooth, very blendable, very buildable. It will crease slightly, but I haven't found a concealer that hasn't cone that. But I have incredibly oily eyes... MAC Fluidlines will smudge, etc. So the degree of creasing really impressed me. It does fade after awhile, but yet again, I have yet to find one that hasn't done that to me at all. This one is an expensive one, 28.00CAD for me, but it does what I want it to, so I'm down with that. And I can see the pot lasting a good long while. It's a 3g pan in a little round compact with a small window on the front. Very cute and very Too Faced. Will be repurchasing. Five lippies. Get it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This has the best coverage I've found in an undereye concealer so far, but it does have some drawbacks. Firstly, as the reviewer below me said, it really accentuates every single dry spot, and I mean REALLY. Secondly, it creases. Thirdly, the staying power leaves a hell of a lot to be desired - after 3 hours it looks like you never put it on, which is a total pain. I'll keep looking for my HG, but if this is the best there is I would happily repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have a light to medium olive complexion and I needed something to cover my undereye circles. I had used liquid concealers before, but I was tired of them and wanted to try something new. I came across Too Faced's AFTHEBACWASE (could they think of a longer product name?), and immediately wanted to use it. The first thing I noticed about this product is that after blending, the color tended to run a bit light. The texture is kind of creamy and it's fairly blendable. It covered up my dark circles very well and even made my face appear a bit brighter. The only drawback is that it doesn't blend well on dry areas and makes the dryness even more noticeable.
Overall, a great concealer. Just make sure your skin is moisturized before you use this. :)
EDIT: I couldn't use this on my eyes anymore because it accentuated every dry, flaky spot that I didn't even know I had. Not recommended for very dry skin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is a very nice concealer. Doesn't crease, wonderful texture and very moisturizing. I am a little disappointed in the staying power and the coverage, however. I have medium-dark circles and this product doesn't quite cover them entirely. It also seems to fade by the end of the day. I have tried virtually every undereye concealer on the market (Bobbi Brown, Dior, Laura Mercier, MAC) and this one is the best thus far. I am NC 15/20 and London Light is a good match.