This is most definitely my new holy grail concealer. I'm a self-proclaimed blush-aholic, foundation junkie, and lipstick hoarder, but concealer has never been something that I've been interested in, but after using my Vichy dermablend (stick) for years I wanted something different. I found this at Target for less than $3CAD and thought I would give it a try.
1)Anti-ageing:The claims on this is that it is an "Age-Reversing Concealer"..now while I don't think that is true, I do believe that it helps to prevent any saggy-ness and fine lines in that area. After about a week of using this I can tell that my under-eye skin loves this waaaay more than any other products I have ever tried. Keep in mind that I am only in my early 20's (never hurts to start early..unless it does, then someone please let me know :p)
2)Formula: The formula is nice and thin which makes it easy to blend out. That being said, this product does not lack any pigmentation as it easily covers the darkness under my eyes and a few red spots around my nose.
3)Price: I was lucky enough to find this for $2.94CAD while Target was closing down, but regularly this costs about $13. Honestly, that might sound like a lot but I'm willing to spend that kind of money on something that my skin loves so much; it's rare to find makeup that your skin benefits from/that you can feel your skin benefiting from.
4)Packaging: The brush on this is softer than other L'Oreal products that come in a similar package; I feel good about using this on my delicate eye area. This is also a dream to travel with as it is no bigger than a crayola marker (not that I travel with crayola markers...but you...just for reference)
5)Colour: Now while this does not have the most extensive colour range, the colours that are provided work well for me. I currently use Medium on my NC20-25/C3 skin but I can easily go down to Light. I can't wait to purchase the shade Medium Deep during summer when I turn into a NC30+ skin tone. The colours are also more yellow-based which makes covering purple spots on the skin a breeze. (there are 4 colours in total)
1)Scent: It smells like makeup which some might find annoying, but it's not as bad as I imagined. (It's also not as bad as the L'Oreal Magic Lumi highlighter/True match foundation.)
Overall: I looooove this product. Everyone please do me a favour and go and get this. For the first time in a long time I feel as-if a product is actually doing what it claims: "leaving skin brighter, smoother, hydrated, even and flawless for a youthfully luminous look." (from the L'Oreal website)