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Best budget under-eye concealer?

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BadenBadenBadenBaden Wed 18-Oct-17 20:44:37

I have the Collection concealer which is good for everything else but rubbish for under eyes.

What would you recommend?

BadenBadenBadenBaden Sun 22-Oct-17 22:36:00

I forgot about this. Any suggestions anyone?

Rufus27 Sun 22-Oct-17 22:38:51

Clinique Air Brush Concealer isn't cheap, but lasts for ages and offers decent coverage. Ditto Estée Lauder's Doyble Wear Concealer. A little goes a really long way and there's a good range of shades. I've given up on cheaper ones as long term, these are better value.

NikiBabe Sun 22-Oct-17 23:00:53

I dont use concealer at all. I find it just sticks in any under eye creases no matter how small and draws attention to it. I found that true of the clinique one and benefit, etc

LoadsaBlusher Sun 22-Oct-17 23:50:10

I use Rimmel lasting finish in the little red pot.
It is so good , really heavy duty
V v impressive for a budget brand

whereisforever Sun 22-Oct-17 23:56:00

I use maybelline 24 hour concealer. I swear by it now, and I am a proper panda eyes!

chrissieone Mon 23-Oct-17 09:43:32

Bourjois Radiance Reveal Concealer, someone recommended it on here and I've used it ever since. It doesn't crease and blends really well. I wouldn't use anything else now.

monkeywithacowface Mon 23-Oct-17 09:44:40

Aldi do a really good one it's the Lacura make up range.

BadenBadenBadenBaden Mon 23-Oct-17 14:18:12

I've just read that the Rimmel one is going to be discontinued, I'm not sure if that's right or not.

Anyway I'll check these out, thanks all.

Vagndidit Mon 23-Oct-17 14:26:05

I love this one, and a number of other Seventeen products even though I personally haven't seen 17 in quite some time smile

Auldspinster Mon 23-Oct-17 14:42:40

Maybelline do a good one, can't remember what it's called but it's got a spongy bit on the top.

LoadsaBlusher Mon 23-Oct-17 15:38:35

I have three of the Rimmel ones currently , I but when on 3 for 2 offers
Well worth stocking up on it

Northernmum100 Mon 23-Oct-17 15:47:11

Maybe try the tinted colour correctors? I use the Barry M colour corrector wands and they do seem to work.

bellsandwhistles89 Mon 23-Oct-17 16:45:14

I use an Elizabeth Arden one which is pricey but lasts for ages as you dont need to use a lot...

Sorry thats not much help.

BadenBadenBadenBaden Mon 23-Oct-17 22:59:18

Worth bearing in mind for when I've got more ££ bells thank you.

Sciurus83 Mon 23-Oct-17 23:04:29

www.superdrug.com/Maybelline/Maybelline-Eraser-Eye-Concealer-Brightener-6-8ml/p/730243?gclid=Cj0KCQjwprbPBRCHARIsAF_7gDaCN8SRFzK48QhMjf1KHbcpfcYP0vqoyaRNpi5sZJqYhZWz_4nwaHMaArrxEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CLzOtvnfh9cCFUzIUQod1lAGlA This one

BluebellGal Mon 23-Oct-17 23:05:49

The Nyx concealer is a dupe for Nars I think. It’s pretty good

Alabasterangel6 Mon 23-Oct-17 23:08:19

Lacura too. It's a total dupe for touché eclat and very close in terms of quality/coverage.

affectionincoldclimate Mon 23-Oct-17 23:12:00

L’Oréal is great. It’s not budget at 11 quid but Superdrug and Boots have a pretty constant promotion for 2 for 3 which makes it 7 odd quid so good and quality is very decent.

BadenBadenBadenBaden Wed 25-Oct-17 14:18:04

A lot of good suggestions here, thank you!

QuackingHell Wed 25-Oct-17 19:22:33

I've just tried the lacura one (I'm a die hard YSL touché eclat girl) and I'm pleasantly surprised. Not got the same soft texture and isn't as brightening but is good coverage!

dublinia Wed 25-Oct-17 20:36:02

The new Revlon FX one is great. Sponge ball thingy is smaller than the Maybelline sponge ball so fits the small under eye area better.

BadenBadenBadenBaden Wed 25-Oct-17 21:52:19

I'm not sure my Aldi is big enough to stock makeup but I'll have a look next time I'm in.

Queenofthedrivensnow Wed 25-Oct-17 22:12:32

Lacura is very good. It’s currently in my aldi going to buy a few as it’s not constantly stocked.

It’s a slightly different application method to TE. TE you dump it on and pat it in to place. The lacura one is better with a Beauty blender

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