This is described as a full coverage (hence the name) concealer that will cover tattoos, birth marks, blemishes, scars, etc. It is oil-free, which is great for oily skin types as it does not feel greasy at all. This review is in the shade “Porcelain”.
The texture is not thick but it is also not runny at all; it spreads easily and blends well. I would say that the coverage is medium; I do not think that this concealer, on its own, would be able to cover tattoos. It is fine for every day use if you do not suffer from major dark circles; I would not describe this as “maximum coverage”.
I really like the squeeze tube packaging because it is sleek and light; it also contains 20mL of product.
This shade is perfect for ivory skin tones since it brightens the under eyes without looking too light. The swatch below has the product squeezed out of the tube on the bottom and spread out on top.
Overall, I thought this concealer was alright but far from my top favourites. It creased slightly on me throughout the day and faded after a few hours. I would recommend this if you like a medium-coverage creamy concealer and don’t mind the slight creasing and fading after a few hours.
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