First of all, I would like to state that I have horrible dark gray-ish/purple-ish under-eye circles.
That being said, a few weeks ago I went to Rite Aid to pick up something when I crossed the makeup section. Me being obsessed with makeup, I just had to stop and take a look. This is when I saw the Neutrogena 3-in-1 Concealer for Eyes. I don't know what made me buy the thing. It cost me about $10, which really is expensive for such a little tube.
I instantly tried it on the second I went home, excited to have found a concealer and hopeful that it'd work on my horrid dark circles. Talk about a Big Mistake! Whatever little hope I had instantly vanished when I applied it. It had no effect on my dark circles whatsoever. Okay, maybe it turned it half a shade lighter, but that doesn't do anything, considering my dark circles are nearly black...Need I mention that I have fine lines as well? Besides the half-shade lighter result, the only thing that changed was how it felt under my eyes. It was REALLY uncomfortable--it felt like something thick, wet, and heavy was there. Ew!
What a waste of $10! I could've easily bought something better with that, like ice cream!
So I found this little guy in the back of my makeup drawer and I decided to give it a another shot.
It didn't work that well on my dark circles (go figure), but I found out that this "eye concealer" is a GREAT foundation! I dabbed some on my fingers and rubbed it in on my face (not hygenic, but I don't care), and BAM! My face had a lovely "glow", and it covered up some of my blemishes too!
The only downside is that after a few hours I had to apply some powder, but that's pretty much it.
I upgraded this to 3 lipsticks (minus 2 because this product is still over-priced and it doesn't do what it's supposed to).
I am upgrading this product to 4 lispticks, because this product doesn't break me out! Which is a HUGE deal for me!
I've used Revlon ColorStay powder, MAC Mineralize Skinfinish powder, and MAC Studio Fix powder, and all of them have broken me out terribly...but this doesn't! :D