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Put down the eye cream, concealer, foundation, and sunscreen (did we forget anything?), and, instead, pick up this innovative multitasker. It combines the lightweight coverage of a BB cream while targeting undereye circles and fine lines. And since it comes in a travel-friendly pen-style applicator, you can control exactly how much—and where—to apply.
Why do companies keep making these dispensers where you have to twist the bottom and let the product flow at whatever rate it would like out the top of the fibers? The first time I tried it was fine. But I didn't like how the next time I used it there was old product gummed up on the applicator fibers. It didn't apply evenly because of the old residue, and I had to wipe everything off and start over.
The third time I used it, I twisted 1...2...3 clicks. nothing came out. 4 clicks. 5 clicks. 6 clicks. I put it down to wait for product to flow. Nothing after about a minute. So I twisted slowly, up to about 12 clicks and still nothing. 5 mins later I tried again. One click and a whole mess of stuff spurted out. It's just impractical that this is the applicator method. Returning immediately.
I usually use this under my eyes and can't seem to like the texture. I feel like its noticeable and creases easily under my eyes.1
I will be returning this product. The applicator dispenses too much and what is not used on the brush part gets too thick and goopy for the next application. The light color is heavy on yellow undertones.2
I was an avid user of Benefit's Erase Paste, I loved how creamy it was and the way it blends easily by just gently patting with your finger. BUT, I didn't love that it had a very "dewey" look...which is nice for cheeks and eyelids but sort of draws too much attention to under the eye if you're puffy. So I decided to try this. And for me at least, it seemed to dry really quickly which made it harder to really blend in well. And it seems to highlight creases. Also didn't really notice any decrease is dark circles. It's an ok product, but my search continues!3
I really like the cream itself. It brightens my eyes and I use it as a brightener on my brow ridge as well. It covers the little blue I have under my eyes. However, the applicator is weird. You have to crank the bottom to get it to come out and then it comes out all at once and is a little gooey. I do like that it is also a brush so you can really brush it on nicely once you get the amount smoothed out. Another slight disappointment is that it does show the creases in my under-eye. Other reviewers said that it doesn't for them, so that is a slight drawback. Problems aside, I still think it's worth it.3
I don't notice any difference when using this product. In fact, it almost brings out my under eye lines rather than minimizing them. For the price and quality, there has to be a better option.3
I like this enough to maybe purchase again. My only wish is it was lighter being it is going under my eyes. I would like to double the product into being a bit of a highlighter as well.3
This concealer is nice for under your eyes as it does brighten a bit and absorbs easily. However, it wasn't enough coverage for me. I have dark circles and this concealer, nomatter how many layers I put on, didn't cut it. I will be using it for touchups and over other concealer but probably wouldn't purchase in future.3
There is just something wrong with this click tube. I really like the big brush but the product just oozes everywhere. My tube is a mess even though i try my hardest to keep it clean. The first time I used the product I had to click it forever, then all the sudden a rush of product came out.
The BB cream itself is very nice though.
This product goes on easily. The fine-haired brush smooths formula evenly onto the under eye, creating a hands free experience. It doesn't give the caked look, like some concealers do on this delicate skin.4