Max Factor Mastertouch Undereye Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Description:Brand: Max Factor / Type: Concealers / Suitable for: Eye / Easy to apply, hides blemishes and creates flawless looking skin around the eye /
Newest Review: ... very light coverage. It is great for covering up slight imperfections and discolorations. I do not however suggest this for ... more
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Customer Max Factor Mastertouch Undereye Concealer Reviews (13)
by - written on 24/01/12, updated on 15/07/13 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I have been using a different Max Factor Erace concealer for many years but unfortunately I do not know why Max Factor have discontinued it. It was the best concealer ever. Anyway since they have discontinued my most favourite concealer I have spent a small fortune in trying to experiment on various other concealers to try to find a suitable replacement. I went to my local Boots store recently and saw this product, it was priced at £7.99, however I am sure you may be able to find it cheaper in other stores or online. It looked very appealing to me, it is called Max Factor Mastertouch undereye concealer but can also be used to hide blemishes. I initially ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 476 readings)
~*~ Max Factor Mastertouch Undereye Concealer ~*~ I used to be a loyal Touche Eclat girl. Then my make-up budget significantly dropped, and I began to use No. 7's version, which I have nothing but praise for. However! My trusted concealer recently ran out without any warning, and on a Friday night of all times! Boots wasn't open, I needed an alternative, and the only place on offer was Asda, which resulted in me selecting Max Factor's version of the make-up. I usually steer clear of Max Factor as I know they test on animals. To be fair, most make-up brands do, which is atrocious in this day and age of technology. No Boots brands test on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 707 readings)
I wasn't really looking for a new concealer as I am very happy with my current ones (Benefit Boi-Ing and MAC Select primarily) but a recent promotion in Boots meant that if I purchased two Max Factor products instead of one I got five pounds worth of points back on my Advantage card so I decided to take advantage and try something new. I'm glad I did as it's one of the best concealers I have tried! Max Factors "Mastertouch" concealer is supposedly used backstage and by professional makeup artists and for once I might acually believe that claim! It promises to make precise coverage a breeze using the 'special skin smoothing applicator' whilst the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/09 (Very useful, 289 readings)
I have relatively sensitive skin and since Boots have changed their No7 brand and i'm too skint to buy Clinique, I have taken to buying Max Factor cosmetics and have been a fan of their foundation for a couple of years. Since the birth of my daughter, the dark rings under my eyes have become more prominent and I had previously tried Boots No7 undereye concealer which had been relatively effective but was also quite pricey. I needed a new foundation a couple of weeks ago and Boots had an offer where you got one of these concealers free when you bought a foundation, so I thought I would give it a try. The concealer is within a pen type ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10, updated on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 359 readings)
This was on an offer at boots, where if you bought any Max Factor foundation [which I'm loyal to] you got this concealer free! The concealer comes in hard plastic tube, with a lid and a twisty bottom. The whole thing is black and clear. The very top of the lid is clear and the middle of the tube so you can see the product inside. It says Max Factor MasterTouch Under-eye Concealer on in silver, and then has the usual 6M and the address of Max Factor. Oddly enough, there are no ingredients on it though. On the bottom of the tube it has a sticker with the shade colour and name. My Face; Not the whitest kid on the block - but not quite half ... Read the complete review
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