If you’re struggling to get a full eight hours of rest at night, you’ll want to hear all about Clarins’ Everlasting Concealer, a long-wear concealer ideal for the under-eye area, which is available in eight shades…
The Most Important Thing About This Concealer Is…
Clarins’ hydrating Everlasting Concealer offers natural matte coverage with a subtle luminosity to help hide everything from dark circles and redness to dark spots around the eye area.
What Does It Look Like On?
Clarins’ Everlasting Concealer offers a natural matte finish by hiding and brightening imperfections for an even, flawless and well-rested look. When used on the eye contour, eyes look less tired and more revived, so you can easily hide any late nights you may have had! It’s your skin, but better.
I also love that the concealer is available in a range of eight shades to suit a variety of skin tones.
You Will Love This If…
If you’re looking for a high coverage under-eye concealer that won’t crease, slide or melt away, the Everlasting Concealing is the one for you. It offers a natural yet perfected finish for hours on end, so you can keep dark circles or unwanted dark spots at bay all day long.
The ultra-hydrating formula is enriched with organic oat sugars and moisturising quinoa extract to help tighten and firm the skin, while horse chestnut helps to activate microcirculation and reduce the look of dark circles.
What Does It Feel Like?
Although the liquid concealer offers full coverage, it’s still intensely hydrating and feels really comfortable to wear, thanks to its ultra-lightweight, non-oily feel.
What Does It Smell Like?
The concealer has a very faint scent that isn’t noticeable once blended in.
What’s Special About The Design?
The concealer is held in a slim, smooth tube with a narrow end that allows you to apply just the right amount of product to the end of your finger – without causing a mess or excess waste. Plus, the streamlined design would easily fit into a makeup back or weekend-away bag.
How Do You Use The Product?
Dab the concealer onto the skin using a fingertip. Blend in by working from the inside of the eye contour to the outside.