Daily Archives: Jan 27, 2006

Kesalan Patharan Under Tone Light-Up Concealer Review

If you have lived in Asia, you might be familiar with Kesalan Patharan Under Tone Light-Up Concealer (~$30), a set of liquid concealers that come in two colors, a peach and a yellow. The first thing I noticed was how tiny the 10 g tubes were! The two colors can be mixed together to create the perfect shade or...

Stila Eye Concealer Review

Stila Eye Concealer ($18) boasts a creamy formula that glides on easily to neutralize uncomely blue or red discolorations and make the eyes look fresh. It comes in a cute little pot that is great to travel with and is available in a variety of colors to match fair to dark skin. I use 2 Medium for my NC30...

Becca Compact Concealer Review

I was first introduced to Becca Cosmetics back in 2002 and their Compact Concealer ($35) was one of the first products I tried. The first thing I noticed was how impressive their shade selection is. There are a total of 34 colors with different undertones so you are bound to find a match. I have Banana, which is a...

Prescriptives Camouflage Cream Review

With a weightless, creamy formula, Prescriptives Camouflage Cream ($17.50) claims to help naturally conceal dark circles, blemishes and imperfections, while being the perfect eyeshadow primer. Like all Prescriptives products, this comes in a nice range of colors for light to dark skin and in different undertones. I use Y/O Medium (07) for my NC30 skin. I personally have a love-and-hate relationship...

MAC Studio Finish Concealer Review

MAC Studio Finish Concealer ($14.50) was the first concealer I ever purchased. It comes in a little black pot and promises to provide full coverage so you can hide those dark circles, blemishes, moles, tattoos and even birthmarks. Like MAC foundations, the concealer comes in a HUGE variety of shades in both warm and cool undertones. I can use both...

Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat Review

I first came across the famous Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat at a makeover by a European makeup artist in Taiwan. The Touche Eclat is a clickable luminizing pen that claims to banish shadows and perk up tired eyes by bringing light and radiance to the skin. I was introduced to #2 Luminous Ivory, a light color and the...