Oh, what high hopes I had for this one. I've been looking for a concealer that will match my extremely fair skin, but this was still a bit too dark/orange to look natural on me. I added a swatch to the review page so you can see what it looks like. For reference: I'm somewhere around a MAC NW15, or L'Oreal True Match C1. I'm reading other reviews from ladies who have cool skin and love this shade...so maybe I'm best classified as "undead" because this is still too warm for me.
Packaging is sturdy. It comes in a lipstick-like tube, with a cap that stays on tight. So it wouldn't be a bad concealer to throw in your purse.
I'm on the fence when it comes to the formula. The level of coverage is light-medium, but you can build it to get more. I'm not in need of spackle, so that much I like. It's also a very dry formula, which has pros and cons. On the one hand, it gives a matte, powdery finish that looks very natural. On the other, it shows every speck of dry skin on my face.
As for the color: it's a bit apricot, which works well to cover my minimal dark circles, so long as I've moisturized well before applying. But the formula is too dry and too orangey to use on blemishes, and is sub-par for redness around the nose, etc.
For those with warmer or more neutral skin tones, it's probably great. And if you have oily skin, you might love the dry formula. But for me, She of the Blue Veins and Parched Skin, this is not the ideal concealer.
I did end up keeping this though, just because I prefer it over my other concealer (Maybelline concealer stick) for under my eyes. I'll be replacing it as soon as I find something more suited to my skin tone and condition.
Edit: Okay, I lied, I'm not replacing this. I've found that it's my ideal under-eye concealer/corrector so long as I moisturize like crazy at night. I've been using Aquaphor under my eyes before bed and that's allowed the Nars concealer to go on really, really well. Still isn't the right shade for blemishes, but I now love it for under my eyes.