Boots No.7 Blemish Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Boots No.7 makeup
Newest Review: ... just isn't always heavy enough. I used to use this for redness but have replaced this with using green concealers. No fault ... more
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Boots No7 Stay Perfect Concealer / Blemish Cover. Fair Or Medium
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Customer Boots No.7 Blemish Concealer Reviews (18)
by - written on 28/06/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Boots No 7 Blemish concealer Most days my skin is relatively well behaved but like every women out there I always have the odd blemish that I would rather no-one noticed. I have had quite a few concealers, usually when one is coming to the end I go in search of another replacement. This was my latest purchase about three weeks ago. Four shades are available from Boots No 7; extra fair, fair, medium and dark. I own the medium shade which is still pretty fair in colour; I was surprised to find that I needed that shade rather than the fairer tones because I am naturally fair in complexion anyway. Any one that maybe requires a medium tone might have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I needed a new concealer as my old one was nearly run out, so this time, I chose Boots No 7 Quick Cover Blemish stick as they are a good brand in general, and this item had good reviews on their website. It normally costs £7.50 but I got this free with my Boots points. It is an attractive looking makeup item, as it comes in a posh matt gold finish container. To use, you twist it like a lipstick to expose the concealer, and you dab it on directly onto your face or can use your fingertips to dab it yourself. As its a tad on the dry side, I thought best to dab it directly onto my face and then use my fingers to blend. It comes in a 3 gram stick, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
What do you need from a great concealer? Something not too greasy, and not too chalky, that offers terrific coverage, yet doesn't sit on top of your skin, looking like poorly blended foundation. Ideally, also, something small, that can sit unobtrusively in your handbag, without screaming to the world 'YES, I TOO HAVE FLAWS!' Sadly, Boots no 7 concealer achieves almost none of these objectives. The concealer comes in a simple, slightly curvy silver metal tube. It looks very attractive, but it is rather thick - wider than many lipsticks, instead of the narrower, finer packaging chosen by many other retailers. Pop off the lid, and you see a thick stick of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Another day, another voucher. No sooner do I get rid of one of Boot's No7 vouchers that another one appears in my hand from various members of my family who know that I find it hard to resist buying new make up! On this occasion I put my £5 voucher towards No7 Blemish concealer. This concealer comes in a stylish satin gold lipstick shaped packaging and the thing that I like most about it is that it is very discreet. It is very plain and simple packaging and certainly does not have "Blemish stick" written all over it like some other brands - do I really need to advertise that I've got a spot: No! The lid snaps on firmly and the twisting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
Let me start off by saying that this is not really the type of product I would typically use..... with skin prone to break outs, I usually put my faith in a high end concealer (namely benefit bo-ing) rather than buying a mid range version such as this No7 quick cover up concealer. As many of the other reviewers on here, I bought this concealer purely because i had a £5 off No7 voucher, and wanted to use it without spending an unessecary large amount of extra cash. So I settled on the 'rather-expensive-for-this-range-at-full-price-if-you-ask-me' £7.30 for a lipstick sized stick, which, with my £5.00 off voucher brought the price down to a far more acceptable £2.30. ... Read the complete review
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