Rimmel Hide The Blemish Concealer Reviews
Product Type: Rimmel makeup
Description:Brand: Rimmel / Type: Concealers / Type: Anti-Blemish / What it does: blemish control / A creamy concealer stick that ... more
Newest Review: ... "effectively conceals blemishes and dark circles" . It comes in 3 different shades and it retails with an RRP of ... more
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Customer Rimmel Hide The Blemish Concealer Reviews (71)
by - written on 06/11/07 (Useful, 320 readings)
I brought this concealer mainly for blemishes and uneven skin tone, but it also claims to hide dark under-eye circles. You can buy it from boots and superdrug for around four pounds, for which you get 4.5 grams of product in a twisty tube. The packaging is alright, but looks a little bit cheap. The tube is a good idea though, as you can use every bit of product and it's a handy size to carry in a small purse. The concealer is very thick, like a lipstick consistency, and comes in a range of colors, to suit fair and dark skins. I applied the concealer using my finger, but it may be more effective to use a concealer brush. For hiding small blemishes or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/13 (Very useful, 121 readings)
A few years back when my skin was quite troublesome and prone to breakouts concealer was very important to me and I spent quite a bit of money on high end brands with hope of better results, since then I have been lucky enough for my skin to clear up considerably so although I still always carry a concealer around with me I tend to pick up whichever is the cheapest one I can find; hence me buying this Hide the Blemish Concealer by Rimmel. Although it is not the cheapest concealer I have ever bought, it was still I inexpensive to ones I have purchased in the past so I decided to give it a go. ===~~Price and Availability~~=== This concealer costs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/09 (Very useful, 310 readings)
*Introduction* Spots and blemishes have always been a problem for me. From the age of thirteen I began to get teenage spots and to this day they haven't gone away. When I read in a magazine Rimmel Hide the Blemish Concealer was one of Gemma Bissix's best beauty buys I went straight out to buy it as her face always seems to look smooth and blemish-free. She claimed that this product didn't look too cakey and that it stayed on all day which are critical selling points in a concealer. *About the Product* Rimmel Hide the Blemish Concealer is a creamy stick that blends to camouflage any skin imperfections. It gives complexion a smooth, even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/12 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Due to two young children, bad sleeping patterns, stress etc I have bags and dark circles under my eyes that would challenge the best makeup artist. I have been trying to find a decent concealer that will actually cover these for a while and I am still searching. I have along with the problems already mentioned dry skin along my 'T' section and around my eyes and nose. When it comes to using concealer and foundation the palaver I have to go through sometimes doesn't fell like it is worth it. I can't just put the products straight on my skin or the dryness will show through and it looks horrendous. I have to exfoliate my skin first removing all dry skin, I then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
**A Definate Handbag Essential**(providing you can get a good match to your skin tone or usual foundation) I take my 'Sand' shade of Rimmel concealer everywhere with me! In my handbag it goes for walking to the shop, work, the park, everywhere! I wouldn't' want to be without it! - I've even got spares that are for emergency use should I lose my little lifesaver. I've never really had a problem with spots, but like everyone get the odd ones now and then. Naturally without make up, I have quite fair and blotchy pinky skin and I have a lovely light pink non raised birthmark on the end of my nose. You'd never know though, thanks to my concealer. ... Read the complete review
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