ETA 04/23/2011 4:32 PM: Here are the extras! (These are just supplementary materials for the full review on the Cozycot website. Please do read the article there too! :D )
Extra 01: The Product in a Nutshell, Stockpiled!-style
Price: P795.00 (I think this is reasonable considering its excellent performance and my frequency of use.)
Location Bought: Watsons SM Megamall
Approximate Date Bought: December 2010
Packaging: Function over form. Doe foot applicator. Unbreakable (in my experience).
Color and Pigmentation: My shade was Medium. Pigmentation was strong - it practically made my pimple scars invisible!
Formulation: Consistency was slightly thick, like my favorite BB cream. Practically scentless, save for a very light alcohol scent. Non-sticky. Long lasting - lasts a full school day on me (10AM - 5PM).
More after the jump!
Extra 02: In Action - This Concealer is Blush Friendly!
Because Revlon's concealer isn't sticky like the concealers of other drugstore brands, it makes for a very cooperative blush companion. No ugly caking or clumping whatsoever!
|My whole hand has a layer of blended-out concealer|
in this photo. Notice how the blush (NARS Mata Hari)
still looks smooth despite being on top of concealer.
|Here's the blush on my cheek, again, over|
a layer of the concealer. Look at that
nice, non-clumpy flush!
Extra 03: In Action - This Concealer is Pretty Good for the Undereyes too!While the blemish concealer is designed primarily for pimple scars, it makes for a decent undereye concealer as well. It doesn't lighten my dark areas as much as I'd like it to, but it does blur fine lines.
|My eye without concealer|
|The concealer dotted all over the undereye|
|The concealer blended out|