I find this concealer to have great coverage for blemishes and such, but I did find when I use it under my eyes it does get cakey so now I use this to cover blemishes and am still looking for a good under eye concealer.
Not a bad concealer. Have a hard time finding a shade to match my face at times.
I think that this concealer is a very good color. As most of covergirl's products run orange, this works well under the eyes to counteract darkness. I do find that this creases, but with some powder, and touch ups it is ok. I have used this on blemishes, but I don' t think that it has enough coverage. I use this mainly for the under eye as the consistency is very thin, and it blends in nicely.
This even covers my rosacea very well and that is a tough job trust me on some days so I just love this product
I didn't think that this concealer was very good. It didn't really cover anything up, I thought it was very thick and cakey and very noticable. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone with more than a couple blemishes.
This foundation was smooth and went on and blended well but it DRIED my skin out. I still had breakouts when wearing this concealer I tried it for two months straight. It dried my skin so bad that my forehead and cheeks became dry and flaky. I tried to put on a light facial moisturizer on before applying to help with the dryness factor but towards the afternoon my skin still was dry and flaky with this concealer. This concealer does not have a long wear time either. I will not purchase this again!
This is a basic concealer that sells for fairly cheap, however you get what you pay for. It comes in a lipgloss-like container with a wand applicator like lipgloss aswell. Because of its packaging it is best used as a spot concealer for the odd blemish or dark bags under eyes. It does its job at covering up the redness from pimples/zits however I found that it was a very thick concealer , and because it is a spot concealer when you are under harsh or natural lighting it is obvious that you are wearing coverup. You can easily see the place(s) where the coverup has been applied. Not very natural looking at all. I found that on pimples it made them stand out more because of the added bulk to the bump which was already present. It does cover up the redness quite well, but not cleverly - leaving a obvious skin toned gloppy mess.
If you plan to use this product on its own for spot coverage I would recommend a powder overtop to attempt to cammoflauge the texture difference between your skin and this coverup. Although you are still left looking unnatural with the powder, its better than splotchy.
On a more positive front II found that this coverup does work moderately well for covering dark bags under eyes. Because it is such a thick concealer it blocks the darkness and you can just see the skin tone of the makeup. In harsh lighting the texture is noticeable. Cover Girl Fresh Complexion concealer works especially well for dark circles if you use it underneath a light foundation.
For an inexpenisive concealer this product isn't too bad, but there are better out there. If you are looking for an affordable solution to dark circles under your eyes then this is one product to consider.
i've used the cover girl fresh complexion concealer for many years i'm the creamy natural type, and it works fine it really hides those unwanted spots and wrinkles.
Sine I refuse to wear foundation, I am always on the search for a great concealer and powder (just for the areas that need it) that provides medium coverage without cracking under eyes and around my nose. I have a drawer-full of concealers, ranging from high-end to drug store brands. They all seemed to cake under my eyes or slide off of/ flake in my oily t-zone area. While this concealer is too light for major zit coverage, it is great under the eyes, almost as if it has some moisture to it. I also use it around my nose where it's a bit red. I then follow up with a dusting of powder to set and even out my face. And at under $10, you can't beat the price!
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