Skin Food Royal Honey Density Concealer Review & Swatches

Skin Food Royal Honey Density Concealer is a branch off concealer launched along with the Skin Food Royal Honey Skincare Collection.

Skin Food actually has a BB Cream Stick in this collection as well which I’ve been meaning to pick up and try.

I’m not sure when the Royal Honey line launched but it’s fairly new. I haven’t indulged myself as of yet but was curious, of course, about the concealer.

Have a look!

This a tiny somewhat cheap looking plastic case with a flip top lid that houses a concealer duo. It has a mirror inside as well as a fairly decent brush for spot application.

I want to say that this will probably be an excellent spot concealer for areas on your face but I haven’t tried it. I don’t typically use concealer on my face however, I think this would prove better on the facial area than on eyes. It has a certain sticky stiffness that should work best on the face.

For something dubbed “royal honey” I expected far more moisture. The shade kit features two concealers with pinkish yellow undertones. You can use either together or separate.

I opted for under my eyes and sadly, this was a fail. I think the texture is more suitable on my face. Under my eyes it’s a bit too heavy, blends poorly, and creases very badly.

If you’re looking for something to conceal smaller issues on your face I would recommend it but indulging it as an under eye concealer, as I did, would be a mistake. Sadly, this wasn’t meant for drier eyes, perhaps oily eyes would see better results.

Not a great concealer for what I’m looking for.

I had a friend in Korea pick it up for me but E-bay as well as Sasa.com and Imomoko.com carry the Skin Food line.

Tried it?

Do share your thoughts!

Disclosure:

This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
Read my full disclosure statement here.

  • 7/26/12 20:33 Tammie:

    I think I need a friend in Korea too haha.

    Actually my brother-in-law is going to be stationed there soonish, my husband says he might be able to pick stuff up for me which would be nice…but I dunno, he’s a guy so I am not sure he’ll be so willing to go to the shops…especially like Etude House or Holika Holika haha.

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    • 7/27/12 10:20 the Muse:

      ha still it’s someone in korea plus he can make use of the us postal service to get packages to you SUPER fast and SUPER cheap!!!!!!!!

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      • 7/27/12 13:51 Tammie:

        Very true, as it is now it takes something like 2 weeks to get anything from Korea, I am sure if he sends it from base it’ll come much faster.

        Lets cross our fingers and hope he gets assigned there haha :)

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        • 7/27/12 14:04 the Muse:

          more like two days from base PO. I had a friend in Japan who’s BF was in the military. She used to ship me stuff via the post at the base and bam it was here before I blinked! plus it’s just as cheap as if you’re shipping in the US ;-D hehe I’m keeping my toes and legs and fingers crossed for you!

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          • 7/30/12 14:30 Tammie:

            Wow, that’s impressive!

  • 7/26/12 22:58 Quinctia:

    I prefer liquid concealer for blemishes, but, despite the cheapness of the plastic, I think the case on this is cute!

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  • 7/27/12 1:48 Sarah:

    Skinfood is always so gimmicky, cute and appealing – I’ve always got my finger hovering over the “buy it now” button on ebay………till I read a review and slowly back away. Thanks for taking that bullet Muse!

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    • 7/27/12 10:11 the Muse:

      ha my pleasure sarah, there are def some HITS in there but for sure a few misses too :-/

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  • 7/27/12 2:49 Betty:

    Love your new site design <3

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    • 7/27/12 9:22 the Muse:

      aw thanks betty ;D!

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  • 7/27/12 13:08 Kiss & Make-up:

    Too bad it didn’t do well. And yeah, it does look a bit cheap… I wouldn’t be drawn to this, looking at the case.

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