Boots No7 Instant Radiance Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Boots makeup
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Foundation / Subcategory: Concealer / Light reflecting under eye concealer /
Newest Review: ... shade, and hoped that the dreaded circles would be eradicated. There are only 3 shades available, which sadly isn't enough ... more
Customer Boots No7 Instant Radiance Concealer Reviews (23)
by - written on 02/08/08 (Very useful, 337 readings)
Boots No. 7 Instant Radiance Concealer After spending a long period of time being faithful to YSL's Touche Eclat as an under-eye concealer, I quite recently decided it was about time to try pastures new, and see if I could save a bit of money whilst doing it. After a few attempts, this led me to my current favourite concealer, No. 7's 'Instant Radiance' highlighter pen. The packaging The pen's design is very similar to that of Touche Eclat - it is a slim stick with a button at the bottom and a brush tip. The bottom of the pen has to be clicked about thirty times to activate the liquid flow, and then after that usually a click or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
No.7 Instant Radiance Concealer, 12ml £13.25 (which will earn you 52 advantage card points worth 52p) I love No 7 products and have tried (and reviewed!) many, many items in the range. I first bought Instant Radiance Concealer around 2 years ago and have used it an and off ever since. The concealer comes in a long, slim pen; taking the lid off you will see a small brush that is similar to those cheap kids paintbrushes you often find, although this one is a bit thicker. To get the concealer out, you should push the small 'clicker' button on the top of the pen. I find that I need to click to 4-5 times to get enough concealer out. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Boots No 7 instant radiance concealer I am sure I am not alone out there in being a bit of a terrible sleeper, and this often shows in the form of dark circles around my eyes much, more than I would prefer. Thanks to this I have quite a few concealers and cover-ups that are aimed at making me look less like a sleep deprived zombie and faking the wide awake and bright eyed look. Among these is the Boots No 7 instant radiance concealer and it doesn't work wonders but it does make me look that much better than I often feel. --So what's so good about Boots No 7 instant radiance concealer?-- It comes in three different shades, aptly named ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
I first bought this a few months ago, luckily I got it on 3 for 2 with a no7 voucher. I've had sleeping problems since I was really young, I used to get away with it but now at 18 I'm getting dark circles. I've never been happy with any concealers I buy so most of the time I've just left the dark baddies on show. But since this concealer would be free, I'd give it a go. The appearance of the concealer is the biggest problem for me. It's a clicky pen where you click at the end and the concealer is supposed to come out, and on the tip is a little bristled brush. When I first tried to click it, NOTHING was coming out! I was clicking vigorously, I was begining to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I had been using a stick concealer from Rimmel since my teenage years, but a few years ago I decided it was time for a change and for something a little better. Having had good experiences with other No7 products, I decided to try their Instant Radiance Concealer. The concealer comes in a pen form, just as in the picture. At the tip of the 'pen' is a soft brush. You click the bottom of the pen to push the concealer cream out and onto the brush. The first time you use it, it takes quite a lot of clicks before the cream starts to come out, but from then on I would say that 2-3 clicks gives enough concealer. The concealer has a nice creamy texture ... Read the complete review
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