Women everywhere are discovering theBalm! theBalm's packaging is clear because they believe that make-up should be about the quality of the ingredients and not what it comes in. All of the products feature beeswax, making them distinctly smooth and uniquely theBalm - simple, fun, and good for a glamorous you! timeBalm anti-wrinle concealer. Use this uniquely smooth anti-wrinle concealer all day to cover dark circles and protet your delicate eye area from environmental stresses. Apply it to a clean face before you go to bed to fight wrinkles while you sleep and wake up looking fab! timeBalm is packed with beneficial ingredients including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, soybean oil, panthenol, linoleic acid and phospholipids to help you look absolutely stunning around the clock.
Average Price: $24.00
If you like to put spackle on your face this is for you. It's supposed to be for mature skin but I disagree. I could see this being good for the younger generation but if you have any fine lines or large pores stay away! I even tried mixing it with a moisturizer but it just does not it right on my skin.
Concealer provides excellent coverage but does crease under the eyes if you use too much. Also, can get cakey if used on acne. The packaging is awful though, after a few months of use the lid started to crack and now I'm rushing to use it up so the product doesn't dry up. Cakeyness and poor packaging = would not repurchase.
The $18 price tag made this a splurge for me, but I don't regret it. I'm pretty impressed with this concealer. It has a nice texture (smooth, blendable, buildable) and still manages to cover exceptionally. Sephora doesn't carry this brand anymore, but you can snag it at TJMaxx or Marshall's if you're lucky. Otherwise, it's available on the Balm website. (Here, https://www.thebalm.com/makeup/timebalm.htm , if anyone is interested).
I adore this concealer because it really hides undereye circles like mine, which are a real problem. Not only does it conceal, but it also treats the sensitive skin around your eyes & you can even sleep in this stuff to let it do its magic overnight. On top of all that, it lasts forever & a little goes a long way. I highly recommend this to anyone with undereye circles like mine.
I switched from Clinique line smoothing concealer because TimeBalm was recommended to me from an assistant at Sephora as I was in the market to look for something new. I was finishing up the bottle and wanted to see if there was something new to try out. I tried it out for 2 weeks and the look and feel was thick and gave me caked look. It was uncomfortable and you could see I was wearing the concealer because of the thickness of the product. I was applying a thin layer but even in the little container I would find little particles all the time. Needless to say, I went back to my clinique concealer which was surprisingly cheaper.
I LOVE this concealer for my under eyes.
I use MUFE's Lift Concealer (Makeup forever) for spot concealing on my face, but this TimeBalm really covers my undereye circles without a problem.
I do find it a bit cakey, and it settles into lines, so prime your under eyes first with a primer.
I also do NOT recommend using it with just fingers, you need a brush since it's a small little pot and a very dense kind of paint (not watery at all). Think of it like a paste...
Works VERY well, but has a limited colour selection and I nailed it for my skintone with the Medium.
My friend reccommened this to me when i went to buy make up at sephora for the first time. its absoluty great! it covers up red spots and pipples perfectly, it's defently a great product!!
I started to get really bad circles in the past few months of school. Stress lack of sleep = raccoon eyes. Not cute!
I got this pot concealer from Sephora from a recommendation by an sales associate there. The coverage I get from this is phenomenal. Just make sure you get the inner corner of your eyes too with a small concealer brush. I use the one from Quo.
Don't forget to set!
The pot concealer is very creamy, so make sure you set it with powder right after. Unfortunately this does crease at times, which makes it fall just short of holy grail status. I am currently using my Maybelline Mineral Power Loose Foundation over it with a fluffy eye brush, and it's been working okay for me.
Run, don't walk...
...to Sephora now! This has been a huge step up from all the other concealers I've tried in a while. It is quite expensive, but I'll gladly spend the money to look a little more rested than I really am. :)
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