I had high hopes for the Burberry concealer having read good reviews and being a fan of the high quality cosmetic line.
It come in a click pen
dispenser with a brush tip. There is a good amount of shades to choose
from, I selected Light Beige No.01 (£26) which is a good match for my
pale cool toned skin.
Swatched below L-R MAC studio finish NC15, Burberry Light beige, MAC studio finish NW20
Its more opaque that the normal concealers in this
pen type format and does provide a medium coverage. It has a creamy
texture and does not look dry, I do find that it doesn't seem to set on
the skin so is still movable and thus can settle into lines, or
transfer off if you touch your skin so I dust on a bit of powder to
prevent this. It gives a hint of luminescence but very much sits in the
concealer rather than highlighter category.
Shown below without any concealer and then with the Burberry.
It doesn't provide the level of
coverage I need for my dark circles and I did actually prefer it as
a concealer on the face rather than under eyes, though unfortunately it
broke me out but I expected this as it contains salt (I just like to
test drive a product fully before I review it).
I think this is a good
medium coverage concealer that has a natural skin like finish and some
light reflecting qualities but ultimately doesn't have the level of
coverage I require for my under eye area.
I bought this from johnlewis.com