When it comes to doing my makeup in the morning, I always try to keep it quick and easy so I can catch an extra 15 minutes of sleep – which is why I love Kanebo Sensai Triple Touch Compact, a luxe compact that comes with two concealers and a pressed powder so you can look polished in no time.
Milani HD Advanced Concealer from the Spring 2010 collection claims to rival the famous Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touche Eclat by promising to “soften the look of facial lines and wrinkles and reduce visible age spots by more than 50% after 28 days”. Now we all know the Touche Eclat has long been a favorite among people in and out of the beauty industry. I have also used the Touche Eclat myself so let’s see how the HD Advanced Concealer compares to it!
Thanks to my ultra-thin skin, I have been cursed with hideous undereye circles for as long as I can remember and now my constant hunt for the next best concealer has led me to NYX Concealer In A Jar, a product that is often featured on other beauty blogs and YouTube videos.
You ladies know how much I *adore* the HD Invisible Cover Foundation so when I first found out in March that a Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Concealer was coming this fall, I was more than psyched!
During my most recent trip to Boots, I can’t help but have my eye on the new Bourjois Imperfection Concealer ($15). With a cute leopard print packaging and a built-in mirror on the cap for easy touch-ups, how can you not?! But other than the cute packaging, this concealer is a very average product.
Yes the “melt-on-the-skin formula” gives it a creamy, blendable texture but the coverage is far from enough to eradicate my undereye circles. The color selection also sucked. There are only two shades available – a pink-based beige and a golden-based beige both in light shades – so if you do not fall under those two shades, you will not be able to find a match.
Save your money for something else! There are definitely better products out there at this price.