Which under eye concealer do you use?

(51 Posts)
caroline29woohooo Sun 13-Nov-16 07:28:34

I need a really good one for my huge dark bags, which do you use? Which are fab?

VeryPunny Sun 13-Nov-16 07:30:24

Touche Eclat for everyday, Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage for hangoversgrin

BroomstickOfLove Sun 13-Nov-16 07:32:14

Aldi. It's one of the very few that doesn't cake on my dry skin.

AprilLudgateDwyer Sun 13-Nov-16 07:34:31

A Rimmel one with an orange lid. I bought it once in an emergency and it's actually great!

Atticmatic Sun 13-Nov-16 07:35:52

Aldi. They only produce the one I like as a 'special' now so I've just bulk bought 15!!

seefeld Sun 13-Nov-16 07:36:54

I use a colour corrector from Bobbi Brown underneath my concealer which really helps disguise my dark shadows. Over the top I either use the Bobbi Brown concealer and yellow powder duo or a more liquid one from Nars (think it's called radiant concealer). Not cheap but I use so little each time that the little pots seem to last forever.

Fairylea Sun 13-Nov-16 07:37:30

Another vote for the rimmel one with the orange lid.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 13-Nov-16 07:40:12

Aldi it's fab but fairly heavy duty,you need to go easy with it.

Revlon one is fantastic,I go through loads if it.

CaoNiMao Sun 13-Nov-16 07:52:20

Aldi, you say? This is interesting. I've tried and liked their Cien creams, so I'll give their concealer a go.

CaoNiMao Sun 13-Nov-16 07:53:01

Forgot to add - I use the Maybelline one in the twisty-up container with the sponge applicator. Does a good job on under-eye circles.

PosiePootlePerkins Sun 13-Nov-16 07:53:39

Collection illuminating touch concealer. Not pricey and works well for me.

MrsCillianMurphy Sun 13-Nov-16 07:54:41

Clinique all about eyes is amazing!

TheWitchwithNoName Sun 13-Nov-16 07:55:03

Mac Pro long wear, it's the best and I've tried loads

Smellslikeoranges Sun 13-Nov-16 07:55:39

None. They make me look older and I haven't got the money or energy to try any more. So just foundation.

BusterGonad Sun 13-Nov-16 07:58:43

Dior Skinflash but as it's a 'highlighter' it will enhance puffiness, so if you have dark circles without puff it is the bomb but if you have puffy bags it will be shite.

mumsnit Sun 13-Nov-16 08:35:30

Yy to the Collection one - brilliant! Often on offer too so even cheaper.

BroomstickOfLove Sun 13-Nov-16 09:25:43

If you want the Aldi, you'll have to be quick! They only do it once a year and it came out a few weeks ago, so I bought a years-worth. There is likely to still be some in the shops, but it will probably all be gone within another week or two.
They had a set of colour correcting pencils which looked good, too. I bought them. But haven't tried them out yet.

Somanyshoes Sun 13-Nov-16 09:36:22

Another vote for Touche Éclat. I've used it for years and now my DSD's (in their early 20's), having asked me what I use, now swear by it.

ByeByeLilSebastian Sun 13-Nov-16 09:38:01

I use the rimmel one too. Also like their stick of concealer, good for highlighting with.

phoolani Sun 13-Nov-16 09:39:16

Nars. It's fab.

EmmaMacGill Sun 13-Nov-16 09:44:12

I like the Rimmel stick one, been using that since the dawn of time, I really like the aldi one too.
I've started using Fade Out Moisturiser and I've noticed that my skin is a lot clearer and I've been using less foundation and concealer

ChardonnayKnickertonSmythe Sun 13-Nov-16 10:03:27

Maybelline with the sponge top.

hollyisalovelyname Sun 13-Nov-16 10:18:44

Maybelline The Eraser Eye
I just wish they made it smaller. It has a sponge applicator that you can roll around the under eye area and then pat in. But the sponge is too big. If they halved it in size it would be perfect. It is good though.
I also use Touch Eclat
and
Garnier Roll On

TeaAndBisquits Sun 13-Nov-16 10:19:09

I tried the Aldi one last week and it's great. I'm hoping to go back and get some more to keep me going.. At £2.99, it's a steal compared to touché eclat (which is also very very good)

hollyisalovelyname Sun 13-Nov-16 10:20:05

You and me both Chardonnay, we cross posted.smile

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