Perricone No Concealer Concealer
But is it?
I need to get something out of the way first, the one shade suits all spiel isn't true. If your skin is very light or very dark then this is a no no. I'm not the fairest person in the world but even on me it come's up quite orange and I can only wear it when I'm wearing foundation. If I fancy a concealer and mascara day I need to use a diferent concealer. That aside it does do a decent job of correcting any blue tones and features broad spectrum UVA and UVB, non-chemical, mineral-based SPF 35 protection. The formula is loaded with anti-ageing ingredients and can even be used as primer. Because it contains all these ingredients I wasn't sure if I should use it on it's own or over eye cream so I tried it both ways but sadly it creased both ways, badly. The main selling point for me was the claim of being crease-proof but that it is not, atleast not for me.
I have a feeling this review is going to come across negative but I really don't mean it to, I actually like No Concealer Concealer a lot but for every pro there seems to be a con. Yes it covers dark circles extremely well but the 'one size fits all' shade means my eye area never looks bright. It stays in place all day and doesn't fade but it creases and can make the under eye area look slightly dry. See what I mean? Maybe it's only me who has these problems with it.
The key to getting great coverage with this heavy duty concealer is to dab it on. Never try to blend it with a brush or rub it in with your finger, you won't be impressed with the coverage that way.
I think it's safe to say it's the best concealer I've tried so far but my HG concealer mission continues.
Have you tried Perricone No Concealer Concealer?
Perricone No Concealer Concealer £37.00 from www.perriconemd.co.uk