Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer Review & Swatches

Soap Glory Trick and Treatment Concealer

Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer in theory sounds great! This brightening undereye concealer was created to hide dark circles while supposedly treating the signs of aging. It’s actually a yellow tinged concealer and lord knows if anything works fab at neutralizing dark circles it’d be yellow toned concealer!

So I purchased it on sale during Sephora’s Summer send off clearance sale for a mere ten bucks.

And it’s a good thing I did before you do because it is a skip!

Soap Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer

Girl (or guy) you are so going to thank me for not recommending this one to you. One thing I learned about my tired, puffy eyes is that I never, ever, ever should use light reflecting pigment concealers under ‘em! Anything with mica in it is a big no and Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer goes a little cra cra with the glitter and shimmer!

I’ll be honest they get a lot of stuff right with this formula! It comes housed tube, has a sponge applicator, and it applies perfectly. The formula is creamy, feels moist, and it doesn’t tug during application. I can swipe it on, blend it out, and I’m golden because the finish is gorgeous. It doesn’t crease into my finer lines nor does it look cakey plus it has a fairly strong wear at around six hours before showing signs of fading as I enter hour seven. The texture agrees beautifully with my drier eyes and even the color is great with just the right amount of pigment for natural coverage!

Soap & Glory says it contains something called HALOXYL which are dark circle, lightening peptides. I call HALOXYL, glitter. This contains A LOT of mica so it ends up kinda putting a spotlight on my fine lines and puffiness. I’ve never been able to get on board with concealers that contain mica because they seem to accentuate problems rather than mask them. The shimmer here is glaringly obvious when I apply it and out in the sun it just looks like I deliberately swiped shimmer under my eyes.

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Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer

Soap Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer swatches

Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer Swatches

I’m not saying this won’t work for some…it might! If you typically like highlighting under your eyes or already use some sort of click pen highlighter slash concealer product and it works for you! Well, needless to say you might just love Soap & Glory Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer! Personally it’s a no go for me. It just looks like I’m shining a spotlight on my less than flattering issues like finer lines and puffiness.

It’s on sale now at Sephora.com.

Tried it?

Do share!

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  • 8/29/14 11:03 Leah:

    Do you think this would work well as a highlighter? I see so many people using the concealer they use on their undereyes as a way to highlight cheekbones and the nose and chin and such. Would this be a decent in-between option, between glittery highlight and shimmer-less concealer highlighting?

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    • 8/29/14 11:16 Isabella Muse:

      i didn’t try to be honest but it shouldn’t be a prob to use as a highlighter but it is pretty shimmery just be warned!

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  • 8/29/14 11:35 christine:

    Thanks for the review! I almost went out to get it. What are your current favorite concealers atm?

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  • 8/29/14 11:56 Renu:

    Wow, I almost got it from Boots Dubai just a couple of weeks ago and was thinking I would get it in mid-September. Thank you! I hate concealers with glitter/shimmer. I’m loving the IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye now and will get another tube instead.

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    • 8/29/14 12:19 Isabella Muse:

      I LOVE it bye bye too renu :-D great stuff!

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  • 8/29/14 20:27 Eleanor Broome:

    Are there any drugstore/budget concealers that you particularly recommend? I have annoying dark circles that I never seem to be able to cover without doing loads of layers (which is never a good thing – ends up looking cakey and probably doesn’t do wonders for my skin) so I just bear with the marks usually.

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    • 9/2/14 12:04 Isabella Muse:

      see the above comments eleanor :) Hope this helps!

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  • 8/30/14 4:29 Vicky Hoang:

    I’ve been eyeing this for a while since it was in the Sephora sales section but I’ll pass for now :P

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