I have an entire drawer full of concealers.
Which is certainly more than any one person needs -- I won't argue that.
But I do like having a few different formulas in my arsenal, depending on what my needs might be on a particular day.
For example, I have an everyday under eye concealer that does a pretty good job hiding my usually mild dark circles. However, when I haven't gotten much sleep or my allergies are acting up, my circles can get much, much darker and I need a heavier formula to cover them up.
Most days, I can use one concealer to hide the discolorations on the rest of my face because it's just a little redness that needs covering up. When I'm nursing a particularly nasty breakout, though, I want a full coverage formula that's not going to move around all day.
And some days when I'm in a rush, I want to skip foundation all together and just use a concealer on the spots that need it so I want a formula that's ideal for that.
I've discovered recently that the L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Crayon Concealer is kind perfect for that, actually.
As its name implies, the concealer comes in a thick pencil-like applicator with a twist-up bottom to dispense more product. The formula is fairly thin, but super creamy so it blends easily into the skin.
|L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Crayon Concealer|
I think it's a great concealer for days when you don't have much to cover and want to get out the door in a hurry.
I've also seen that quite a few people use it as a cream highlighter or contour, depending on the shade, and I think it would work great for that. I'm actually in the market for a cream contour product, so I'm going to check out the darker shades the next time I'm at the drugstore to see if there's a good color match for my super pale skin.
I purchased it in Fair/Light N1-2-3 and it's a pretty good match for super fair, mostly neutral skin.
|L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Crayon Concealer in Fair/Light N1-2-3|
It retails for approximately $8.99 wherever L'Oreal products are sold.
Have you tried the L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Crayon Concealer? What's your favorite crayon type concealer?