I think I might be too old for you Essence Stay All Day 16 HR Long Lasting Concealer ($3.49). Your promise of sixteen hours of wear is very promising and your under four dollars price tag makes a girl happy! But your dry formula might force me to break up with you!
Hard Candy Lite Bright Whipped Brightening Concealer ($6) is a new whipped click pen concealer that launched for Fall/Winter 2012. Hardy Candy markets the formula as an illuminating concealer to brighten eyes and reduce the appearance of dark circles.
I’m a complete concealer h0r so of course I had to get my hands on this as soon as humanly possible. After a variety of trips to the
evil empire Walmart I was finally able to track this down. Believe me heading to Walmart more than once is like removing teeth from my mouth without anesthetic, god help me. But for concealer I was willing to do it.
Let’s take a look!
Kevin Beautymaker is a line of cosmetics created by a famous Taiwanese Makeup Artist. The line is sadly not available in the US but a quick search online and across the board on Evil-Bay will prove fruitful. I believe even Sasa.com carries his collection.
For the most part the brand has always been a raging success for me. He introduced a Concealer Stick sometime ago that I never got a chance to review. This review was brought on by a reader because she was interested in the stick and found it online for purchase. She had mentioned that I loved the Aqua Eye Concealer and asked if I felt the same way about the stick.
You knew I’d be all over Hard Candy Skin Clarifying Concealer didn’t you? Being a concealer junkie, the two newly launched concealers from Hard Candy were high on my list of “must try dat soon”!
Hard Candy Skin Clarifying Concealer is a little confusing to me…skin clarifying mmm a reference to some sort of acne treatment in the formula? Unsure but after smelling it, it does have a Seabreeze kinda scent so it’s possible this is a concealer slash treatment.
Let’s take a look!
Japanese brand, KATE, introduced a brand concealer for Fall 2012 entitled (stupidly named) Cover Concealer for Cover. Yeah, I know, that name, WTH!?
This is a tiny potted concealer I was eager to get my hands on as I generally like many of KATE’s offerings however, after trying it, I have mixed thoughts on it.