Sunday, April 5, 2015

Laura Mercier High Coverage Concealer For Under Eye

Hello dearies!

My sister got me a new under eye concealer. Lately, I have been trying out different brands to see what works great on my eye bags and dark circles. I've tried good ones like the one from Clinique, but I wanna try some more and that's why I love that my sis got me this.

Laura Mercier High Coverage Concealer For Under Eye


Info from the website:

A unique 3-in-1 concealer that covers, de-puffs, and brightens dark under eye circles. The highly pigmented formula builds and blends flawlessly for professional makeup artist results. Formulated with honey, vitamin E and fruit acid to nourish and smooth skin. A little goes a long way and lasts all day.
The 12 shades correspond to the existing Secret Concealer range for easy matching.
Dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested for use on all skin types, and safe for contact lens wearers.
8 mL/ 0.27 FL OZ
USAGE:
Prep the undereye area with a hydrating eye cream and/or eye serum prior to concealer application. Then, apply concealer to undereye area using finger in a “press and roll motion”.
Remember to just use a “pin drop” – a little goes a long way. For precise application, use the Secret Camouflage Brush, applying with a feather-like stroke. 
If needed, set with Secret Brightening Powder.
INGREDIENTS:
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Ethyl Macadamiate, Butylene Glycol Cocoate, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Tribehenin, Boron Nitride, Silica Silylate, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Tocopheryl Acetate, Propylene Carbonate, Glycerin, Water/Eau/Aqua, Mel/Honey/Miel, Tocopherol, Malic Acid. May Contain/Peut Contenir/(+/-): Ci 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499 (Iron Oxides).


It's available in 12 colors.
The shade that I have, no. 4, is pretty dark on my skin because my sister has tanned skin right now. It still looks fine when I wear it since I top it off with powder that's near to my skin color.

It's housed in a tube which is a preference of mine when it comes to liquids besides a pump-up bottle. It's hygienic and you can easily control the amount you dispense.


The product is a thick liquid but still easy to spread. I was surprised at how pigmented it is.


I even thought that it may be too thick for the under eyes... Anyway, check out how it works on my eyes...

Bare under eyes

With the product on

It easily concealed the dark circles which is great! I do wish that the concealer isn't dark so that it could have brighten my eyes more. It's not too visible on the pictures, maybe it's because of the lighting on my dressing table... The puffiness of my bags is still a problem though... but this has been there since I was born. Haha!

I've also tried this on my friend, Stacie, who I did a makeover on a month ago.

Left: without concealer
Right: with concealer

This really works great in concealing but I must advice you to have a well moisturized skin, especially on the under eye area before using this. This will surely make the dryness of the skin more visible. I have oily skin and I always apply eye cream before sleep and a thin layer before I apply makeup so I don't encounter any creases or caking. So yeah, this works great on me and I have no bad experience with it. If you have dry skin, better test it first at an LM counter to see how it will work on you. :)

Have you tried the Laura Mercier High Coverage Concealer For Under Eye? What's your favorite under eye concealer?


Cheers,
DAWN


4 comments:

  1. I have legit fine lines too >.< Gosh. But from what I've heard, dark circles are caused by genes, lack of sleep or "eye position"... I have all three

    Anyway, I really want to have this :D

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  2. This look sooo full coverage! I've been dying forever now to try a base from them and hope to try their tinted moisturizer in the future! I've got a few concealers and it's enough for my personal needs :p

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    1. Their bases are good! The tinted moisturizer as well! My sis loves LM and I think you'll love it too. :D

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