Maybelline Dream Mousse Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Maybelline makeup
Newest Review: ... the pot and even when I tested it on my hand, it covered blemishes in a way that attracted more attention than it deferred! ... more
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Customer Maybelline Dream Mousse Concealer Reviews (15)
by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
At first, I was very nervous about buying this concealer as it cost me about £6 and the most I've ever bought a concealer for is about £3. I don't usually buy makeup products for more than £5 but I was willing to give this a try as I really liked the Dream Matte Mousse foundation of my mum's. First, when I picked up the pot in the store I was very shocked about how small it was. I use a lot of concealer throughout the day - it looked like this concealer would last me about 3 days! -Applying- I've only ever used a stick concealer, I've never ever tried out a concealer in a pot. I used a bit for under my eyes and dabbed it in with my finger and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/11 (Very useful, 199 readings)
Before I got married last October, I knew I needed an overhaul in the make-up bag department, wanting to ensure I looked my absolute best in the photographs we were having taken on our Big Day. With this in mind, I had been looking out for quite a few new products to use on my face. As I have a very pale skin tone however, this was proving to be quite difficult as most of the shades on offer appeared to resemble the colour of a ripe tangerine and this was NOT a look I was after at all. I finally opted to try out the Maybelline Dream Mousse concealer, after a friend of mine recommended it to me. There is a whole range of Maybelline cosmetics which are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Well what can I say, I was very surprised with this product. I only ended up buying it as my foundation and mascara were on 3 for the price of 2 so decided to buy concealer and I had just ran out and wanted to try a new one. I hadnt had much luck with the mousse range previously and I felt the foundation version left my skin feeling very dry and patchy and after a while the pot seemed to go dry and clumpy, but I thought as it was free I would give it a shot. I applied a small amount by my finger and was surprised by how well it actually covered my dark circles, I also tried applying with my brush but I felt that as only little was needed, it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Considering that the mousse foundation from this particular range is my foundation of choice it was an inevitable that one day I would try out the concealer as well. This is a pretty tiny tub of concealer compared to the rest of the "Matte Mousse" range but as they say good things come is small packages and this is every bit as good as the rest of the Maybelline mousse range. I find when it comes to applying doing it with your fingers is by far the easiest way but I guess it can be put on with your usual concealer brush or applicator. You don't need a lot each time you use it so one tiny tub will last you for ages even if like me you use it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 230 readings)
Being a huge fan of the Maybelline Dream Mousse range anyway, I was thrilled to see the other week that superdrug had this range on 3 for 2. Needing blush and foundation anyway, I began to look around for a third item. Eventually I chose the dream mousse concealer, as it was priced the same as the blush, around £5 for 30ml, and so I wasn't paying any more should I decide it wasn't for me. The concealer comes in several shades, and most shops seem to have testers so that you can match one to your skintone before buying. The range of colours in the Maybelline range seemed very good, and I would imagine that almost everyone would find a suitable one for ... Read the complete review
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