Rated 1 out of
Terrible ApplicatorTerrible applicator, never even managed to get product out. Total waste of money.
Date published: 2019-01-06
Rated 2 out of
Shup indy from
Not my fav but still figuring out the product.I had a heck of a time getting the flow started ( I had to turn the plastic piece where the pen hairs come out because no matter how many times I used the clicker pen no concealer was coming out). I also feel like the consistency is a bit thin almost watery. I am used to thicker concealers. Is I type this I may return it.
Date published: 2018-12-29
Rated 3 out of
CoverupThis product works pretty well. Covers what needs to be covered.
Date published: 2018-09-29
Rated 5 out of
PerfectSo easy to use, convenient & great shades.
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 5 out of
FANTASTIC!I LOVE THIS! This works well especially with their awesome concealers to give that extra highlight...works well to on other parts of the face. So creamy and blendable!
Trying to use this product....how do I get the liquid to the brush to apply?
Asked by: Amortl1027
Just got this message today 12/31/18! WOW! Anyway..all you have to do is at the top of the brush end..pump it until you get it flowing. That's all, it took me a while to figure it out.
Answered by: Idunnoit
Date published: 2019-01-02
Stylo.....What is this product used for. I'm not familiar with it ???
Asked by: Karen v32
I haven't yet used it but from what I can tell, it is a highlighter. It gives the skin it's on a shiny or glowy finish, causing to slightly stand out. Normally, it is used, as it said, in the very corner of your eye, nearest to the nose. Other places can also use a highlighter, like just above the cheekbone, at the place at the top of the lip (tiny amount) outside of the skin of the actual lip (called the Cupid's Bow). These techniques allow the eye to go to it usually first. Try it!
Answered by: Jenash44
Date published: 2018-12-06
I have white spots on my face and I can’t find anything to help cover them any suggestions?
Asked by: Rf21b1961
Have you been to a doctor/dermatologist to find out what they are? That would be my first recommendation. If all is well and you are seeking coverage, I would try Urban Decay matte full coverage foundation. There are also other products that are designed to even cover ink tattoos, so I would research those and give them a try. Check before you buy on what their refund policy is. You want to be able to return the product in case it doesn't work for you. That's my 2 cents on your question. Good luck!