Sep 3, 2011

Review: Miracle Skin Transformer Treat & Conceal, Eye & Face

I am always in the lookout for a good concealer for my under eye but haven't yet found my HG. Most concealer I have tried looks very cakey after I spread it out. When I want to make the concealer last longer by applying loose powder on the under eye area, it look cakier than before!

Even though the concealer I am going to review now isn't my HG but I think it's worth sharing with you girls since maybe it's suitable for some of you.

Want to hear my thoughts?

Price: $36
 
Product Info
• Minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet
• Reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness for a brighter look
• Diminish the look of age spots, discolorations and sun damaged skin
• Firm and tone the look of skin in the eye area
• Cover and heal dark spots, blemishes and surface redness
• Smooth, even and easy application, may also be used as an eye shadow base

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My Thoughts
I received a sample of this concealer to review. I love how this concealer can conceal your dark spot and redness but trying to diminish them at the same time! Treat & Conceal glide on smoothly on my under eye area and on my face. You just need a tiny bit to conceal because when you put on too much, it does look a bit cakey. Before putting this on, be sure to apply a good moisturizer because it can get a bit chalky and you can see flake if you have very dry skin. 

After applying it, your eyes will look very brighten up and awake! I have very dark under eye circle in the morning and this concealer does its job of hiding most of it. It hardly crease during the day! 

As you can see in the picture above, my hand is much lighter than my face so this shade won't work on it. This product is only available in Light, Light/Medium, and Medium. There aren't a lot of shades to choose from and I hope they would make more new shade so everyone with different skin tone can try this!
Overall, I really like this concealer other than you have to put on a good moisturizer before applying it. I would recommend this to other. If you want to test out if the product is right for you, you can go to Sephora and try it!

Rating: 4/5

Would I recommend? Yes

Get Treat & Conceal at their website or Sephora.

DISCLAIMER: The product(s) mentioned in this post were provided by the manufacturer for consideration. Read full disclosure here.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the review! I don't usually use concealer in my under eye area though!

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  2. @Nancy :D Really? You are so lucky that you don't need to conceal dark circle like me:(

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  4. Thanks for this review dear~ :D I never bought a concealer for my under eye, I always use bb cream or foundation >.<

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  5. thanks for the review, it looks quite good :)
    I always need to conceal under my eyes... I have such horrible eyebags.

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  6. @cominica I use BB cream too but sometimes my dark circle are very bad and they hate me so I will have to put on a concealer:)

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  7. @SilkybowWelcome! I have horrible dark circle so a concealer is a must for me:)

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