It comes in a transparent plastic tube with silver cap. Attached to the cap is a flexible and soft applicator wand. It is small and safe enough to carry this concealer without any fear of spillage and fits into most make up pouches.
The product comes in 6 shades ranging from light to dark allowing it to cater to any skin color and complexion.
The concealer has a minty, kind of chemical scent which could be bothering. Luckily, it does not linger and disappears rather quickly.
The concealer is a creamy light texture formula.
To cover dark circles, we drew a triangle with the base under the eye and the tip pointing towards the cheek. Then we blended the concealer using a blending sponge. Another way would be to dot the concealer onto the blemish or under-eye circles and use fingers to tap it into the skin until fully blended. For a prolonged wear, we dust translucent powder on top of it.
Upon application, the concealer did exactly that: conceal and cover dark circles under the eyes and brighten the cheek area. Its translucent base and lightweight pigments leave the skin breathing and natural by evening the skin tone and hiding blemishes. Also, it doesn’t feel heavy neither highlights fine lines. On top, the formula is hydrating in nature and keeps the under eye area moisturized which is very important to avoid fine lines and the creation of wrinkles Unfortunately, the darker the dark circles, the less impactful the concealer. It works better on light dark circles while making the darker ones look ashy and grey.
The retail price for this product is 12$/5ml which is on the high side considering the quantity you get and also when compared to similar products such as Maybelline New York Fit Me! which retails at 7$/6.8ml or NYX HD Studio Photogenic Concealer at 8$/3gr.