MUA Professional Brush-On Concealer Pen Reviews
Product Type: MUA makeup
Newest Review: ... design. This is made from a black plastic and has a soft white bristle brush on one end. The lack plastic lid easily pulls ... more
Customer MUA Professional Brush-On Concealer Pen Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/05/12 (Very useful, 152 readings)
I'd started running low on concealer recently and, fancying a change, thought I'd take a chance on one of the new MUA products. They've been really diversifying lately, bringing out foundations, a BB cream, and this concealer pen. It's from their Professional range, so it costs a bit more than their usual items - but that's still only £2.00. I ordered it from the Superdrug website, since I never find Professional items in the shop. PACKAGING: The pen comes in a slim black box with a window, which is a smart touch, though the card is a bit flimsy. Since there's no room on the pen, the box lists the blurb and all the ingredients: a quick and precise fix for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I have only recently come across the MUA (Make-Up Academy) range from Superdrug - and so far I've been very impressed. My most recent purchase is the MUA Professional Brush-On Concealer Pen which was replacing an expensive concealer I had from Benefit. The MUA Professional Brush-On Concealer Pen cost just £2.00 direct from my local Superdrug store - which is really a fantastic price and about as good value as it's really possible to find! The packaging is fairly simple, but the box packaging does contain information related to the ingredients and the directions for use. The concealer pen is a chunky black pen that has a brush at one end. The pen doesn't look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I bought this in a recent haul in superdrug. I came across these MUA products and decided to try a few out because they were so reasonably priced. This brush concealer was £2 which is certainly cheaper than you would find it anywhere else on the high street. The concealer comes in a traditional brush concealer pen design. This is made from a black plastic and has a soft white bristle brush on one end. The lack plastic lid easily pulls off and the bottom twists to release the product into the brush. I personally don't love this kind of concealer because I find the brush absorbs a lot of the product and when applying this with the brush it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/12 (Useful, 34 readings)
I brought this MUA brush on concealer pen off the MUA website at just £2 and the product is a black chunky like pen with a pull off lid and has a brush and thats where the concealer comes out of and the other end of the concealer you twist the top which makes the concealer go onto the brush. When i used this product for the first time i applied the concealer directly to my face and the bristles on the brush are very soft and it is easy to blend in to the skin and it is an easy grip on the chunky pen so applying is very easy to do. The colour of the concealer i purchased was the lightest colour they done as i have very pale skin and sfter some blending it was a well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/12 (Useful, 28 readings)
I cannot praise this brand enough. I have never experienced a bad product and it is now pretty much the only brand I will buy now and in the past, I was so fussy and insisted on using brands such as MAC and Clinique. I also used to buy the Yves Saint Laurent concealer, which is honestly no better than this same stlye concealer pen, but around 10 times the price. I first bought this concealer a few months ago in Superdrug. The packaging is simple and it has all of the ingredients on. It only cost £2 so I was a little pessimistic about how good it would be and how long it would last. How wrong I was. I get quite bad bags under my eyes and sometimes I have not so ... Read the complete review
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