Hard Candy Glamoflauge HEAVY DUTY CONCEALER with pencil (light color 312)

May 14, 2015 - Comment

Create a flawless surface by covering birth marks, freckles, dark circles and even tattoos. Product Features A heavy duty, that provides the ultimate coverage Hard candy Highly pigmented Blendable concealer

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Create a flawless surface by covering birth marks, freckles, dark circles and even tattoos.

Product Features

  • A heavy duty, that provides the ultimate coverage
  • Hard candy
  • Highly pigmented
  • Blendable concealer

Comments

Alli "A" says:

Full coverage A few months ago I experienced the worst breakout I had ever had due to a product I was using. When that awful break-out left me with red hyperpigmentation I turned to this product. Let me just say…WOW. Talk about FULL COVERAGE! I’ve heard many people compare it to Kat Von D’s tattoo concealer. Everyone is right when they say a little goes a LONG way..which is why I feel like it will take me many more months before I run out. I don’t find much use in the pencil that comes with it, but that’s…

Tar says:

Amazing!! Okay so I want to put to bed all the negative comments about this concealer. First off, I have terrible undereye circles, genetically they are seriously purple all the time. So for me, finding a good concealer is sooo important! I have struggled for years to find a good (inexpensive!!) one and now I finally found it! This concealer is wonderful. It covers up my dark circles like they never were there and I couldn’t be happier. Now as for the complaints I see in the bad reviews, I know everyone…

KSCBookAddict says:

Had High Hopes… I first saw this concealer on a popular makeup guru’s Youtube channel. She provides very well-made reviews, testing out all sorts of high-end and low-end products for women of all incomes. I’ve found quite a few new makeup faves thanks to her, so when she mentioned this $6 dollar concealer from Walmart, an alleged concealer that could cover tattoos completely, I thought, “Yay! Finally!” 

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