Now when I say these are phenomenal, I'm not talking "good for the price". I'm talking out of my entire collection and experience with concealers there is only 1 product that I can think of that rivals it, high end or drugstore. That product for me is Laura Geller's Real Deal Concealer, but we'll get more into that comparison later.
In terms of packaging, it's a simple set up here with the concealer being housed in a plastic tube which you squeeze to dispense the product through the attached brush. I know a lot of people who are not fans of this style packaging due to it's potential for being unhygienic. Personally, I don't mind it since I really only ever do my own makeup. And I love this a million times over the click style pen concealers as it's easier to dispense.
|Pure Beige (L) & Nude (R)|
|Above Swatches Blended|
Yesterday where I live it was 90-something degrees and I was sweating like pig while wearing this concealer. I did notice some undereye darkness starting to peek through under my left eye by the end of the day, but my right undereye remained perfectly concealed.
The only con that I can think of for this lie mostly with having to choose which shade is good for you. The only place I know to purchase this is on CherryCulture.com and the swatches there are utterly useless. For the most part, it seems like the undertones of the swatches are correct but the actual colors are way off.
In terms of shade range, there are 18 which sound great until you see the swatches. At least 10 of these shades are intended for ladies way darker in skin than me so the range pretty limited for lighter skintones. On one hand, it's great to see a brand for once putting out a suitable amount of shades to cater to deeper skins, as they so rarely do. On the other hand though, I wish companies would just put out a decent amount of shades to suit the vast majority of people out there who range anywhere from very very pale to very very deep.
Bottom Line: Amber LOVES!!!!! <3<3<3<3<3
You're not going to find another concealer of this caliber in this price range. Heck, you might not find another one in a typical drugstore price range. For $2.50 you really can afford to give it a whirl.