Recommendations for concealer?

(23 Posts)
TheJanuaryProject Sat 19-Jan-13 13:47:56

Thanks everyone. I ended up getting a Dior one I've had before that does an ok job, but I've taken a note of some suggestions on here for next time x

LittlePandaBear Sat 19-Jan-13 13:34:22

Bobbi Brown corrector is amazing under eyes, if you have bad grey shadows like me! You can put another concealer or light reflective one on top. Makes me look a million times better!

Jemimapuddleduk Sat 19-Jan-13 12:06:03

The number 7 touché éclat copy is good for under eyes.
Estée Lauder double wear for spots/other blemishes. Both last ages too.

CuriousMama Sat 19-Jan-13 12:03:22
CuriousMama Sat 19-Jan-13 12:02:27

milktraylady that'll be the one I got, stays on great doesn't it?

milktraylady Sat 19-Jan-13 12:01:09

I'm recently using collection 2000 undereye concealer- it's brilliant! Better than many expensive ones I've used.

Benefit erase paste gave me v small wrinkles around eyes- looked at ingredients , it has retinly palmitate which thins the skin, and hadn't put enough extra SPF on. Darn it!

Cybbo Sat 19-Jan-13 11:49:25

I find erase paste too thick on creepy under eye shadows

I've tried loads of concealers and am cureprenty loving Maybelline FIT me concealer for my shadows. It doesn't settle into lines at all, isn't drying and isn't caked. Great yellowy colour to balance blue bits

AViewfromtheFridge Sat 19-Jan-13 11:45:54

I really liked the erase paste, but it was a bit too pink for my skin - the erase paste is more olive toned. If you go to the Benefit counter, don't be put off by the WAG-look that the girls who work there go for!

TheJanuaryProject Sat 19-Jan-13 10:30:47

Thanks everyone. Any more recommendations before I head out? Found some mixed reviews about Boi-ing online but their erase paste had good reviews for under eyes.

Eliza22 Sat 19-Jan-13 10:07:15

Benefit Boi-ing. I have it in the palest shade. Excellent. Really. And I'd never have thought to buy benefit because I think of it as overpriced and for "kids". But.... It really is good.

Deathwatchbeetle Sat 19-Jan-13 09:41:08

Dainty doll do stuff for pale skin. I have a stick one from Revlon that is quite pale-ish -cannot remember the name as at work but I think it is in their 'age' range.

Benefit Boi-ing. It lasts ages so you get your money's worth and works on my very pale skin. I don't think anyone believed that my baby didn't sleep for the first year until the time I went to baby group with no make up on!

If you're treating yourself to benefit then their Benetint is amazing. A natural glow, not clown cheeks and I've only ever bought 2 bottles, I've been using it for 11 years! I'm nowhere near finishing the second bottle, either

TheJanuaryProject Sat 19-Jan-13 07:22:36

Thank you. I'll have a look at those. I have very very pale skin btw if anyone has particular recommendations based on that.

ledkr Sat 19-Jan-13 07:21:11

Benefit erase paste is good.

middleagedspread Sat 19-Jan-13 07:18:41

Clinique, airbrush ( or something like that). Good for under eyes & perfect for my yellowy tinged skin.

Laura Mercier. Little pot you put on with brush called secret camouflage I think.

insertsomethingwitty Sat 19-Jan-13 07:15:57

Max factor Pan Stick

TheJanuaryProject Sat 19-Jan-13 07:13:40

Thanks for all the replies. I need something I can find in the city centre today, so that rules out online and supermarket brands.

Bella88 - do you know if Alison Raffaelle stuff is stocked in store anywhere? I've not come across it before.

Any other suggestions? Cheap or pricey - I'm open to all recommendations!

AViewfromtheFridge Sat 19-Jan-13 00:42:56

I really like Aldi's Lacura one (touché éclat style, £3.50, comes in a sandy shade and a more pinky shade) and Benefit's Boi-ing concealer is brilliant for under eyes but a bit pricier. Cheaper online though.

Bella88 Sat 19-Jan-13 00:42:20

Best concealer ever, covers everything without being drying, even under the eyes.

www.cultbeauty.co.uk/alison-raffaele-true-concealer-1.html

extracrunchy Sat 19-Jan-13 00:28:16

Ooh I'm interested to hear some suggestions too! I used to use Rimmel Clear Complexion cover stick and it's been discontinued sad
I need something that stays put and doesn't make me break out!

CuriousMama Sat 19-Jan-13 00:08:37

I usually use Rimmel for darkness under eyes but recently got one in Morrisons for around £2 that works as well plus it's darker. Rimmel's darkest one is too light. Light under the eyes is so noticeable and looks weird. This concealer works a treat. A bargain too. It's the collection one.

I'm sure someone will be along soon with a mega expensive recommendation but this one does work, and I used to use touche eclat. That's good too.

TheJanuaryProject Sat 19-Jan-13 00:04:05

I'm probably posting this a bit late at night to get recommendations for a shopping trip for tomorrow morning, but any recommendations for a really good concealer?

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