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Sarah Avatar

I really want to try Shape Tape but I’m trying to resist the hype, lol!

My favorite is Nars RCC, it does the best job covering my adult acne. I also like to use it under eyes and it doesn’t crack or crease. Lovely stuff.

Deborah S. Avatar

I am a fan of Tarte Shape Tape. I wish there was one color just slightly lighter than the current lightest shade but I add a little of the KVD white concealer and that helps. There is a learning curve to using it though. You need just the smallest amount.

Tracey E. Avatar

I’m a fan of Bobbi Brown’s Intensive Serum Concealer and Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Eye Wand. When I have worn Dior’s Airflash foundation, I really liked the matching Dior concealer (but didn’t seem to work with other foundations).

Shannon. N Avatar

I have oily skin, so I don’t find it drying. But I can totally see dryer skins than mine finding it drying!!

But yes!! Everything that Kat said! It’s very full coverage. I do three dots of it under my eyes, and that works!!!

Mariella Avatar

Is IT BBU considered a “liquid” (I think of it more as a cream, as it’s rather thick). So, if it’s liquid, I’d vote for it but even better is Clarins concealer (the one in the squeeze tube). I just love it. Also Cargo Blu-ray, which I think would also count as “liquid”.

maria Avatar

As we get older the area under the eye becomes very thin and fragile and even if it isn’t very wrinkled it will appear very wrinkled with the wrong products. There are many good concealers that don’t work for me because they are too dense and will pull on my under eye area and will cake and crease. I haven’t tried them all because it is too expensive but I had heard very good things about Sisley Paris eye concealer and I use number 2 which is a peachy beige which helps camouflage the darkness under eyes. I only use very little too much will crease also.

Anne Avatar

I absolutely love the NARS Radiant Creamy Foundation and have it in two shades (one fr brightening, one for covering blemishes and redness and such), and also quite like the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer (their correctors of the same formula are excellent!)

Kat Avatar

I’ve been through probably almost a dozen Maybelline Age Rewinds. It’s so creamy, blends well, and doesn’t crease too badly (I’ve yet to encounter something that doesn’t crease at all). I also adore the Sephora Collection Gel Serum Concealer. It seems to be a love it or hate it product and I love it! It leaves very little texture on the skin (doesn’t emphasize my budding lines) and has about a zillion and a half shades. It’s one of the very few concealers with a shade light enough for me to highlight with. The flipside of the lightweight texture is that it’s more of a medium coverage than full, but I’d rather have a good texture with less coverage than a full coverage, cakey concealer. I know a lot of people with mature skin really love that one. The color-corrector version of that concealer is great too, and that’s where the medium coverage is a huge boon, because it’s easier to build up rather than go 0-100 all at once.

Nancy T Avatar

I’m still in the process of finding one that I would buy a full-sized of. A contender for it is KVD Lock-it Concealer, as I can use it in the undereye area without needing to set it with powder. But because I have a tendency to use a lighter shade there, it wouldn’t really work for covering breakouts or red spots from lupus. For that purpose, I do love Nyx Gotcha Covered.

LeeLeeB Avatar

KVD Lock-it Concealer Creme. I love how it does not really settle into my many fine lines under my eyes, and it works with my super dry skin. So pigmented – covers my purple dark circles really really well! Love it!

Anastasia Avatar

Heard Shapetape is like MAC Prolongwear but without as many shades so I’ll stick with my Prolongwear along w/ Nars Radiant Creamy and Smashbox Waterproof concealor.

Chris Avatar

I’m pretty new to concealers as well and I purchased the color correcting pink Urban Decay Naked concealer for circles under the eyes. I liked it because it is not tacky to touch or thick like the concealer I sampled between my fingers at Sephora — Lancôme Teint Idole Ultrawear Camouflage Concealer; I disliked the color correcting concealer from Lancôme for same reason.. I also purchased the Urban Decay Naked Light Warm shade concealer for broken capillaries by my nose. That product works well at hiding them before I apply my powder foundation. The thinner liquid works best for me.

Lydia Avatar

Maybelline Age Rewind. It’s perfect for under the eyes and brightens without being too harsh. Creases less than other liquid concealers I’ve tried.

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