Mënaji CAMO Concealer, Magnum Light

July 14, 2016 - Comment

Undetectable, the CAMO Concealer is the world’s first concealing agent designed for men. This discreet face product is formulated to withstand the higher oil output of men’s skin. Our grape seed oil-based cosmetic is infused with vitamins and SPF 8 protection. Dermatologist recommended. Available in three tones to reduce dark circles, hide scars, bumps and

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Undetectable, the CAMO Concealer is the world’s first concealing agent designed for men. This discreet face product is formulated to withstand the higher oil output of men’s skin. Our grape seed oil-based cosmetic is infused with vitamins and SPF 8 protection. Dermatologist recommended. Available in three tones to reduce dark circles, hide scars, bumps and blemishes. Hypoallergenic and fragrance free. Lip-balm sized applicator for easy carry and discreet spot checks.

Product Features

  • Designed to camouflage dark under eye circles, razor burn, age spots, blemishes or any other surface imperfection
  • It sets to a comfortable, undetectable finish that allows the complexion to appear naturally flawless
  • For all skin types
  • 0.35 ounce concealer
  • Camo concealer magnum light was launched by the design house of menaji
  • It is recommended for normal skin

Comments

Travis says:

Buy it. All day! Wow. This stuff is legit. 

crazypoet says:

Works Very Well I have somewhat oily skin and am prone to occasional blemishes, although I’ve never had acne. I’ve tried a variety of concealers over the years and have to say, this is one of the better ones. It goes on easily, blends pretty well, and even looks a bit like chapstick so you can probably carry it around with you or keep it in the car and people won’t notice. 

Justin says:

The powder is worth the money. Not sure about the concealer. We use this in combination with the Menaji Anti-Shine Powder – Medium, usually for photography and video work. The concealer isn’t as nice as the powder (the powder really evens and smoothes out skin), it takes a lot of concealer to do any real work covering up blemishes and for guys with dark circles under the eyes, you need so much concealer to brighten them that I’m not sure how it would work out in the real world. At night, it’d probably work fine — not so sure in the day time. If you’re…

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