It's smooth, long-wearing and water-resistant and provides invisible correction for all skin blemishes, imperfections and discolorations with a natural matte finish. Its antioxidant-rich formula is so concentrated that a small amount can conceal and correct a number of imperfections while helping to absorb excess oil and feed the skin with derivatives of vitamins A and E.
Based on 1 Review, 6 Quick Reviews
The Good: Travel-friendly (2), Long-wearing (2), Blendable (1), Brightening (1), Hides Darkness (1), Lightweight (1), Great Value (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (4), Full Coverage (2), Matte (2), Natural (1)
The Bad: Settles Into Lines (2), Heavy (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Cory 5 years ago.
The current price is $19, it comes in a little pot, & I love the coverage I can achieve when used with MAC's 195 concealer brush. I notice that I use much less product when I apply with the brush as opposed to just using my finger (this applies to all face makeup). I'm light complexioned, oily T-Zone, with both pink & yellow undertones (neutral), & was matched to NW20 as my concealer shade (I was a 1R04 @ Sephora, but had been running around rt before the pics were taken). DiorSkin Star in 021 is a good match on me as far as base goes. Anyway, def worth the $19, & it isn't as "dry" as the Pro Long-Wear concealer, which I found settled into the fine lines under my eyes (like when you smile or laugh..), & made my skin look super dry. I actually went in FOR the Pro Long-Wear, & came out with the Studio Finish...