It's the Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Concelaer. There has been such a hype on this product as being the best high street/lower brand - what ever you wanna call it - concealer.
So, I'll start of with the consistency - Which is absolutely perfect. It's nice and creamy but not too thick. Also you don't need a lot to cover up blemishes - or under eye circles, like what I use it for - as it's highly pigmented.
It has a doe-foot applicator (similar to a lip gloss wand) (I forgot to take a picture) which makes it easy to apply a perfect amount.
It claims to last for 16 hours, although this is not a necessity for most people, it does just mean it will last without needing touch up and also says it's transfer proof. I do agree with this.
The thing I don't like about this product is the packaging. - It has a slightly soft plastic tube which just doesn't seem as 'slick'. Also the writing scratches off easily. As a matter of fact - I used this the other morning and put it back in my make up bag, the later on, the same day, I took it out to photograph; and the writing smudged off into my hand. :/ How annoying?! (You can see the smudge on the picture) But this is just a minor thing. This product is still quite mighty.
However, the only major gripe I have with this is that sometimes it makes my under eye area look a little ashy - so I have to add a little of my Natural Collection Concealer in Medium to darken it a little. I do find this weird though, as this concealer is darker than my Natural Collection Concealer in Light - and I could use that without mixing it with anything... Hmm...
I have it in the shade:
And it's also available in:
- Fair 1
- Medium 3
- Dark 4
I really do like this product due to the results and also the affordability of it as it being only £4.19 in Superdrug and Boots.
I would highly recommend this concealer :)
What do you think about it? What concealers do you recommend?