-Versatile powder color corrects the most common skin imperfections, smoothes skin texture and evens out skin tone.
-All colors blend together to create a perfect canvas finish: Pink brightens, Green tones down redness and Yellow adds warmth.
-High-tech Japanese formula delivers a natural-looking finish that won't cake, crease or settle into fine lines.
-Hypoallergenic. Dermatologist Approved. Fragrance Free. Non-Comedogenic. Paraben Free.
-Essential cream concealer trio provides medium coverage for any and all imperfections.
- 1. Soft Yellow- Color Corrects dark circles & other bluish imperfections.
- 2. Natural Light- Conceals imperfections
- 3. Pink Highlighter- Illuminates brow bones & temples
-Ultra convenient and portable vials snap together and pull apart for easy touch-ups on the go!
Oh-kay, you had me at green. I have super-pink/red skin, especially around my nose and while I love my Luara Mercier green tinted powder, that stuff is pricey and not readily available. Plus, right now you can get the P.F. powder + bonus concealor trio for only $10! That's an actual deal-sometimes "drugstore" cosmetics can get pretty pricey.
These P.F. concealors come with sponge tip applicators, and pick up a lot of product. They blend in to skin fairly well though, with minimal line settling. They are very thick and dry quickly so work fast and blend, blend, blend!
Step 2-Beige/Natural Light
This is supposed to be the "regular" concealor in the set. It's meant to be applied directly over the yellow and anywhere else you want coverage. This was just a little off for my skin tone, but not by much. I was actually a little surprised that this was a pretty close match.
As you can see, it did cover up the yellow. I didn't like the feel of the layers though, it felt a little thick and tugged at the skin under my eyes when I tried to apply it over the yellow. It was just a little more noticable than the pictures show, but once again it gave full coverage. I think it did a really great job of covering up my dark circles and blemishes. Also, the more you layered it, the more visible the product was.
Don't go to closely by the picture on this one, it really looks much pinker in person. This has a good amount of shimmer to it, and is the trio's highlighter.
The highlighting on this was so subtle, I'm not sure if I really saw any difference. But at least I didn't end up with a face full of glitter.
All in all, the concealors offer thick coverage but for some reason they made my skin burn. I'm not sure how this happened, since they are supposed to be hypoallergenic, but something in this really irritates my skin.
Powder + Concealers
To just a clear idea of coverage, the right half of my face is completely bare. You can really tell the difference, but the powder is a little noticable. I wouldn't exactly describe it as "cake free".
This stuff photographs fantastically, it in fact looks better in photographs than real life. I found the application to be a little cakey, very noticable that I was wearing powder. I couldn't get a close up picture to turn out with my camera to show this though. :(
I swear, looking at myself in the mirror I could see almost no difference in my skin. While I could see the powder and my red spots were a little lessened, I wasn't that impressed. However, in this photograph it looks pretty darn good!
Full face coverage sans concealer trio; I liked this better since I prefer an almost natural look.
3/5 (I gave it points for the cute brush, and awesome photo coverage)