Becca Radiant Skin Creamy Concealer Pen

Becca Radiant Skin Creamy Concealer Pen


8 reviews

0% would repurchase

Package Quality: 3.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 3.0

Price: $$$


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on 1/24/2017 7:03:00 AM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Normal, Tan, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

Clicked/twisted to get the product out and nothing ever came out. I twisted until you could not twist anymore, the bottom eventually came apart. I don't believe there was ever any product in it. Threw it out. I was looking forward to trying this out :-(

Age: 30-35

Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

This review is for the concealer pen in Banana. Where do i begin oh yeah I hate it!!
Maybe I bought a dud... it's extremely thick and doesn't blend onto the skin.. even upon initial application from the pen! it skids -_- so I tried dabbing some on my finger then dabbing underneath my eyes and it's just as thick and unmanageable and just gives a heavy look. Like cakey. It takes a lot of blending and help from other creamier products..Just not worth all the work to me. I have other highlighting cream concealers that work so much easier.

I would never ever purchase this product again!

on 3/7/2016 12:02:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I didn't read any reviews prior to buying this, I just got really excited when I saw Becca on Hautelook about a month ago and bought this and the radiant skin satin foundation. (foundation A+)

The packaging is gorgeous, but I got a little worried when I clicked the bottom of the pen about 50 times before anything came out.

I put this on the back of my hand (and a lot of product came out at the very beginning) and immediately thought, "this is NOT creamy at all." It is like concealer putty. It is extremely hard to blend so I don't recommend trying to use the pen application because it is just awful.

However, I noticed that the lines on the back of my hand were basically gone. I got the idea to put some on the back of my hand, add a drop of beauty oil, and mixing it on the back of the hand and THEN applying it however you normally would. The downside of using the oil is having to absolutely use a setting powder, which I don't have to do with my skin because it isn't very oily... But I swear to goodness that it is like an immediate eye lift.

So... All in all, for something that is supposed to be creamy- err, nope. Not creamy in the slightest bit. I wouldn't repurchase for $18 at Sephora- thank goodness I got it for $8 on Hautelook. Disappointed that I cannot return it because of how I purchased it, but pleased with the erasing effect of the actual product. Packaging is very classy but the product in total is a big womp womp wommmmp

Age: 25-29

Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

I love Becca products, but this one is terrible. There's nothing good to say about this concealer.

I don't usually like click pen products anyway, but this one is particularly odd. With every other click pen product I've ever seen, the product inside is very thin. This concealer is very thick and not creamy at all despite the name. It's much like trying to use a thick, heavy stick concealer in a click pen format. This makes it impossible to apply directly from the pen. The only way I have found to use it is to wipe it on the back of my hand and pick up the tiniest amount with my finger.

It's not suitable at all for under eye concealing (which is what I really wanted it for). It has decent coverage and I can make it work for concealing blemishes. But it still doesn't blend in well to the skin at all - it's pretty cakey. I never reach for it over my other concealers.

The color match is off too. Becca Radiant Skin Satin Foundation in the shade Shell is the perfect match for me, so I picked Praline for my concealer shade. Both are described as "fair beige, neutral". To me, this means that these shades should match the same skin tone. This is not the case. The concealer is significantly darker. It is also very orange.

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Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Blue

I echo everyone else's reviews, and wish I had read them before making an impulse buy at Sephora. The associate picked out a good color for my very dark circles/fair skin (creme brulee) and I love Becca foundation and blush colors, but /this/!

The twist up tube either doesn't work, or pushes up a huge blob of product that then dries out and clogs the next time. Must remember: pens=nope.

The formula is thick, dries fast, and no matter how thin I try to use it, cakes and creases.
Definitely sorry I bought, will return, and would never recommend.

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on 4/6/2014 8:03:00 PM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

I purchased this over a year ago when searching for the perfect concealer to help cover my hereditary dark under eye circles. This product definitely was not the one. The product is thick, really too thick to serve its purpose and cover imperfections discreetly. The product is too thick to properly blend into the skin so it leaves a thick gummy "patch" of product where applied. I tried many application methods, warming the product to try and thin for easier application and better blending, but nothing worked.

The formulation is drying so use under the eyes is not a good idea as it causes the delicate skin in that area to become dry and crepe like, even looking slightly scaly...not a good look.

Of all the products that the Sephora SA recommended to me that day, the only one I am totally sold on is the Sephora professional concealer brush (#57) that she recommended for use to apply this mess. While it couldn't do anything to make this product any better it is the hardest working brush in my collection.

Becca needs to go back to the drawing board and come up with a reformulation on this product, unfortunately this experience has caused me to take caution and not try any of their foundations. Hard to believe that a company that develops, produces and distributes this mess of a product, sells themselves as a high-end, exclusive beauty brand whose name and products were known only to the world's best MUA until they decided to share their products and go public. I have to call foul on that myth, I don't think any MUA, no matter how skilled, could or would use this mess on their clients.

I really did try and work with this but no matter how I prepped my skin, applied the product, etc. I just couldn't get it to work. Unfortunately I threw it in my concealer drawer, aka graveyard for crappy concealers, and forgot about it rather than take it back to Sephora for a refund.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Age: 36-43

Skin: Other, Tan, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Black

This concealer is too drying for my skin. It leaves uneven streaks and did not cover my blemishes as expected. It glides on smoothly but the color wears off too fast. I've had to reapply the concealer almost every other hour at work. Not convenient.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Age: 36-43

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm

Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine

Eyes: Brown

Normally I start with the pros and then go on to the cons but this product has no pros. Here are the cons: 1) This concealer is not creamy in the least so the name is totally inappropriate. I have very dry, flaky skin so I prefer creamy concealers that don't highlight flakes. This concealer dries very quickly (so work fast!) and highlights every flake. It also settles into lines. 2) The color tone is too pink/peachy for my yellow undertones. I ordered Praline after reading online that it would work for my NC15 skin but it was a poor match. 3) The click-pen format sometimes works (Touche Eclat is a good one) but usually it's a dud. You have to click this one 400 times before you get anything and then a ton of it globs out all over the place. Annoying! I have heard such great things about this brand but this product makes me think twice about trying anything else by them.

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