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Favorite cream concealer

post #1 of 40
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Whats a good cream concealer?...preferably drugstore but I'm open to all opinions :)

post #2 of 40

my favorite cream conceler is bourjois healthy mix conceler it is truely amazing

post #3 of 40

My favorite is definitely Mac's Select Cover Concealer. It is considered a "high-end" concealer, so in order to purchase it, you have to visit your local Mac counter or the official website. As for drugstore, I haven't tried many, but if you are looking for one that is affordable, I recommend visiting Cherry Culture.

post #4 of 40

I really like sonia kashick concealer palette from target. It lasts all day and even has a correcter shade to nutralize  red marks. Only bad thing about it is the shades wont work for everyone.

post #5 of 40

I second this : sonia kashick concealer palette from target 

post #6 of 40

I use the one by rimmel, and it's been fine. :P

post #7 of 40

I second Sarah: my fave one is MAC Select Cover-Up. I haven't tried many, but for example I have problems applying stick councealers by Rimmel: they aren't liquid enough and leave streaks under my eyes.

post #8 of 40

Coastal scents camo quad is a good set to buy if you are looking for a good deal
but i do prefer my Mac studio finish concealer because it gives a medium coverage and still very natural looking on me,

it matches my skin ,it's really quick and easy to use
good for covering dark circles and blemishes. HTH ;)

post #9 of 40

MAC Studio Finish concealer. I've grown to love it once I learned the best way to apply it which was with my fingers. Once I finished my pot of Studio Finish, I bought Full Coverage. I get more product for my money especially if I'm using it solely as a concealer.

post #10 of 40
Benefit Erase Paste, love it, covers up my dark circles well smiles.gif
post #11 of 40

Hey I have a kind-of off topic question for all of you-

My current fave concealer is Benefit Boi-ing but I left the cover loose and it dried out quite a bit. I scraped off the top layer and depotted the rest but it's still a little too thick to use. What can I add to it to make it creamier? I was thinking maybe a little fix+ or lotion but I don't want to ruin what is left. I don't have enough to experiment with more than one or two things. Any tried and true suggestions, or at least advice that was given to you on thinning out a dry cream concealer?

 

Thank you!

post #12 of 40
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Originally Posted by LorraineER View Post

Hey I have a kind-of off topic question for all of you-

My current fave concealer is Benefit Boi-ing but I left the cover loose and it dried out quite a bit. I scraped off the top layer and depotted the rest but it's still a little too thick to use. What can I add to it to make it creamier? I was thinking maybe a little fix+ or lotion but I don't want to ruin what is left. I don't have enough to experiment with more than one or two things. Any tried and true suggestions, or at least advice that was given to you on thinning out a dry cream concealer?

 

Thank you!



How about heating the product up with a hair dryer? It could help warm up and melt the product a bit.

post #13 of 40

I'll try that. Thank you!

post #14 of 40

All of the cream products I own, I store them upside down. Just make sure that you have the lid closed tight. All of my cream products have lasted soooo long. I don't add anything to it because i'm scared it will contaminate the products :) Hope that helps!!bigstar.gif

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Originally Posted by LorraineER View Post

Hey I have a kind-of off topic question for all of you-

My current fave concealer is Benefit Boi-ing but I left the cover loose and it dried out quite a bit. I scraped off the top layer and depotted the rest but it's still a little too thick to use. What can I add to it to make it creamier? I was thinking maybe a little fix+ or lotion but I don't want to ruin what is left. I don't have enough to experiment with more than one or two things. Any tried and true suggestions, or at least advice that was given to you on thinning out a dry cream concealer?

 

Thank you!

post #15 of 40

Benefit erase paste is amazing if you use it right! Really brightens and lasts on me. If you want ask for a sample, it literally lasted me over a month or 2 before I ran out and had to buy it.

post #16 of 40

ruby kisses found at your local bss

post #17 of 40

mac studio finish

post #18 of 40

Bobbi Brown has an amazing concealer! My shade is Sand and there is a good selection of colors so there is a shade for everyone :)

post #19 of 40

Depends on what you're using it for. I don't really have hard acne areas, but I like to use ELF Studio undereye concealor and highlighter duo for my undereye area. The concealor end is liquid, but still creamy when you rub it on the skin. I use it to highlight my undereye area. The highlighter end kinda sucks, though. The only downside is that the amount of product is small, but it's really cheap, so you can get a few.

post #20 of 40
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Originally Posted by kabuki_KILLER View Post

Depends on what you're using it for. I don't really have hard acne areas, but I like to use ELF Studio undereye concealor and highlighter duo for my undereye area. The concealor end is liquid, but still creamy when you rub it on the skin. I use it to highlight my undereye area. The highlighter end kinda sucks, though. The only downside is that the amount of product is small, but it's really cheap, so you can get a few.


Yes, ELF is definitely awesome for a girl on a budget! :)

post #21 of 40

I am considering investing in Bobbi Brown's Cream Concealers for my kit. Never used them but was given a good review from another Artist. How long have you been using the product and does it last on the skin for at least 8hrs ?

post #22 of 40
I use MUFE's concealer palette #4. It has a corrector for my skin tone as well as three other shades to customize my shade.
post #23 of 40

For dark circles I prefer using a conceler and a corrector, Bobbi Brown has a really good corrector but I found out that Pixi has a very good one too, called Correction Concentrate,

and it's much more affordable, loo for it at Target (:

post #24 of 40

i like MaxFactor foundation panstick.It is helpful to covering up dark circles and blemishes.

post #25 of 40

I'd have to say Bobbi Brown's concealer duo in Sand is my go-to, must-take-with-me concealer. 

post #26 of 40

You can't go wrong with Bobbi Brown.

When I'm not in the mood for a cream concealer (not enough time to blend or warm it up) then I opt for my Chanel Perfect concealer (it's more liquid based). It's also excellent!

 

I just ordered the Laura Mercier secret concealer. Can't wait to see how it goes!

post #27 of 40

I like the Physician's Formula concealer that comes in the lipstick-type tube.

post #28 of 40

I loooove OCC's concealer! I find it has to be warmed up a bit before application but it is by far the best concealer I've used (and I've used plenty! from drugstore brands to MAC to bobbi brown). Amazing coverage for undereye circles and it does not crease or budge if you set it with powder!

post #29 of 40

I am looking forward to the palettes MAC is coming out with Spring 2013, and I think that will be great concealer and can be blended to match...

post #30 of 40
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Originally Posted by martiangurll View Post

I am looking forward to the palettes MAC is coming out with Spring 2013, and I think that will be great concealer and can be blended to match...

 

It's the same as the Studio Finish concealer (you can get it now if you just need one or two shades - it will be more cost effective than the palettes).

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