Make Up For Ever Full Coverage Concealer ($30) An ultra long-lasting, matte finish, oil-free, waterproof, full coverage concealer. Designed to cover major imperfections like scars, hyperpigmentation, major discoloration, burns, and tattoos. This light and creamy concealer contains a high concentration of pigments that stay put, making it perfect for use on the face, as well as the body.
This concealer does live up to it’s name. It does provide full coverage. The tiniest dot of this concealer will cover so much. You’ll be surprised. I know what you’re wondering. Is it really worth $30? I think so. I’ve been using the Full Coverage concealer for a year, and I still have a lot of product left. I love that it’s a squeeze tube with a tiny opening because you are guaranteed to never squeeze out too much product and see your money spent on the product go down the drain. The concealer is a like a thick cream, but blends very easily. The only complaint I have when my skin is on the oily side it doesn’t last all day. It’ll last a whole work day, but if you’re going out after wards, you’ll need a touch up.
Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Concealer ($28)
HD Invisible Cover Concealer
What it is:
An oil-free, medium-coverage concealer that covers imperfections while remaining invisible to high-definition televisions and the naked eye.
What it does:
This concealer creates a soft-focus effect, brightening the eye area while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for a natural, radiant look. The innovative soft silicone applicator enables precise application for a perfectly even finish on camera and in person.
This is a really good concealer. Probably one of the best concealers I have used. I got it in 335 Medium Beige. It provided medium coverage and looks very natural. This a twisting pen so you have to twist the pen in order for the concealer to dispense at the tip. Also, unlike most twisting pens it doesn’t have a brush like tip. Instead, it’s silicone tip. There’s a tiny hole at the tip for the concealer to ooze out of. Check out the up close picture of the tip below. I personally don’t like the twisting pen idea. It’s a pain in the butt if you’re in the hurry and you’re twisting and twisting waiting for the product to come out. What makes it worse is if you over twist and too much product comes out. There is no way to put the product back. Another thing I don’t like about the packaging is, the concealer will dry up at the tip and clog the opening. It’s really annoying! I love to use this concealer to conceal my under-eye circles. It totally disguises them and brightens the area. It makes me look more fresh and awake. It also works really well covering up blemishes.