Covergirl Fresh Complexion Concealer ($5.49) Glides on smoothly to help conceal dark circles and imperfections. This lightweight formula contains skin-brightening pigments that diffuse light. Easy to apply, lasts all day and won’t cake!
This is actually a pretty good concealer. It’s not the best and it’s not the worse. It blends well and is creamy. It provides light coverage. So if you’re hoping to cover a major blemish or dark under eye circles, this won’t do the job. If you’re looking for something to cover up minor blemishes, give this a try.
Covergirl CG Smoothers Concealer ($5.99) Whether you need to conceal a little or a lot, this conditioning concealer with AquaCurrent Science and botanicals like ginseng, vitamin E and chamomile will help your skin look smooth. Dermatologically-tested formula glides on easily to help cover dark circles and other imperfections.
This is a good concealer if you’re just starting off and trying to get the feel of using a concealer. For me, I had difficulties finding a shade to match my yellow undertones. I found the concealers to be too pink for me. If you are able to find a shade that suites your skin coloring, you might end up liking it. It goes on creamy smooth and does an alright job of covering up blemishes. However, it doesn’t last all day and doesn’t completely conceal everything you want to disappear. I found it to be a bit thick. It reminded me of lipstick. Because it is a bit thick, blending and layering can be a problem and it can get cakey. It’s also too heavy to conceal dark undereye circles.
Covergirl Invisible Concealer ($4.79) Little flaws – why let the world see them? With our Invisible Concealer, it won’t. The sponge-tip wand lets you apply the light cream formula easily. It blends in and virtually disappears, letting you face the world beautifully!
Covergirl Invisible Concealer blends very easily and is light in texture. Couldn’t even tell I had it on. It doesn’t accentuate fine lines or get cakey. However, it provides very light coverage. It didn’t cover up my dark spots or blemishes. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone who wants/needs a full coverage concealer. This is perfect to coverup those barely there blemishes.
Cover Girl TruConceal Concealer ($7.49) Creamy formula TruConceal blends perfectly to cover imperfections and undereye circles for a natural, no-makeup look. Specially designed to work with TRUblend foundation, pressed powder, and blush; select your concealer, 1 – 6, then look for the corresponding foundation, blush and powder!
This is not the best concealer. It looks cakey and doesn’t blend that well. I don’t know if it was my tube or what, but the product was kind of thick.