Max Factor Erace Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Description:Brand: Max Factor / Type: Concealer
Newest Review: ... Ivory though many shades are available from this range) and contact details for Max Factor are given). Using It: This is ... more
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Customer Max Factor Erace Concealer Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/05/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
How many times have you bought a concealer that really has been rubbish and done nothing at all or you've found that the concealer may be good at concealing a slight blemish but not under eyes shadows/circles and so on? For me over the past 24 years of using make up this has been the case. I can't think of one brand or style of a concealer that has just been good for all of my facial needs and has meant I havent had to have loads of products of the same kind in my make up collection....until I stumbled upon this one last year and now its a product I am faithful to and highly recommend to any age of woman. The packaging of this is simple and it comes in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/12, updated on 15/07/13 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I first tried this Max Factor Erace concealer about 10 years ago. I was looking around Boots the Chemist when it caught my eye. I liked that it was in a stick and decided to try it out. This product comes in various shades and I always buy beige, even though beige is slightly darker then my skin tone but I feel it conceals better, as I tend to conceal spots and blemishes and this shade takes away the pinkness with a natural skin colour look. The concealer is in a small stick like container similar to lip sticks that can be easily applied where and when needed. I always wear a moisturiser first before applying this product. I have sensitive skin that can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/08 (Very useful, 1191 readings)
Max Factor erase concealer stick has been concealing my spots for over 10 years, it is a product i can truely trust. I can use it most of the year except when i get a tan and then i need to use a different darker product. I remember before i found it i was buying and wasting money on so many brands of concealer, because they werent the right colour (id test them on my wrist in the shop but when i tried it on my face it was too pink or too yellow) or because the coverage wasnt good enough to conceal some spots. I also needed something that was going to last the whole day and not rub off when my skin got greasy or i leaned on my face with my hand. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/08 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Max Factor Erace is terrific stuff, the only problem being that the most popular shade, which I believe is No 8 (I can't tell because the label has worn off mine), sells out very quickly. I haven't been able to find it for a long time although my local Superdrug sells it. Just goes to show how good it is. I will now order it online to be sure I don't have to do without. The coverage of this product is excellent and, at around £8.99, very good value for money. The formulation is not too sticky and certainly does not feel heavy or look too noticeable. This is one of the products that you hope Max Factor continue to make; it's very annoying when you find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/06 (Useful, 392 readings)
Though we are normally advised to buy cream/fluid concealers for those ugly under-eye circles, the solid stick-form of the Max Factor Erace Concealer copes suprisingly well! The consistency of the formula, though slightly greasy, means that a very thorough coverage of dark circles is possible without all the heaviness of a more matte base. Once the concealer has been used for a few days, its creamy consistency becoems very easy to apply and does not drag on the skin a lot (especially if applied just before a sparing amount of moisturising eye cream). Once applied, the concealer appears to reflect light, diminishing not only the dark colour of the ... Read the complete review
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