Two concealers. One in a brush format, the other in a stick format. So which one is better?
I will start with the CoverGirl+Olay Concealer Balm. I have to admit that I have become obsessed with finding the right concealer. So far, I have not found a good concealer. I really don't have dark circles to conceal, but I want something that will give me a finished, flawless look. I saw a good review of the CoverGirl+Olay Concealer Balm and decided to try it. What sets this apart is that it really goes on like a balm. It is very creamy and soft. Lately when I have used a concealer, it gets cakey. It does not matter what serum or how much moisturizer I use. But with this product I did not experience any caking. It went on smoothly, and it evens out and finishes my skin tone.
Now what about Becca Radiant Skin Creamy Concealer? Well, in one word it sucked. When I initially used the concealer, it took a long time for me to get the product on the brush after turning the bottom. Afterwards, when I applied the product, it came on so thick I could not blend it. It settled into every crack and fine line on my face. It was not a pretty sight.
In the end, CoverGirl+Olay Concealer Balm wins. You don't always have to spend a lot of money to get great results. So save some dollars and go and get your CoverGirl+Olay stick.
CoverGirl+Olay Concealer Balm retails for $10.49. It may be purchased at WalMart, Target and your local drugstore.
Becca Radiant Skin Creamy Concealer retails for $32.00. It may purchased at Sephora, www.dermstore.com and www.beccacosmetics.com.