Name: Totally Transforming Concealer
From Senna’s website:
So silky and light textured yet it covers dark under eye circles, blemishes and redness like nothing else. It fills and lifts to help visibly diminish forehead furrows, nose to mouth folds, and age signs near mouth and chin.
What I liked:
– covers mall blemishes, redness and dark circles
– doesn’t cake
– doesn’t crease
What I didn’t like:
– small tube
– the price
Among the products Senna Cosmetics sent me for consideration, there was their Totally Transforming Concealer, which is available in only 7 shades. I really wish their PR had asked me what my skintone was because the shade she sent me, Neutral Light, which is a medium beige for olive skintones is way too dark for me.
Cool Lights, their fairest shades, would probably have been a much better match, but still I went on and gave the concealer a try so that I could report to you guys how well it works and if it does what it claims. And despite the completely wrong shade, I really like this concealer.
It has a dry consistency so I suggest putting it on after you’ve applied moisturizer to let it glide on more smoothly and get the best results. The texture is also quite thick, but once applied on the skin, it feels like I have nothing on. I was also worried it would cake, but luckily my fears were unfounded.
The concealer comes with a doefoot wand applicator to apply just a couple of small dots wherever you need them and then you can just blend them with either a brush or fingers. Either way, it works well and covers redness, small imperfections and reduced the appearance of my dark circles.
It didn’t cover them completely, but mine are so bad, most concealer don’t anyway. And once applied and set with powder, it will stay put all day without creasing. It also doesn’t set in the fine lines around my eyes, but if you have dry skin, it would be better to moisturize the eye area well beforehand.
My only gripe with this concealer is that the tube is pretty small and, although a little goes a long way, it might not seem great value for money. I really wish they would make it bigger, but even like this, I would purchase it if I can find a shade that matches my fair skin perfectly.
Overall, I love Senna Totally Transforming Concealer. It’s not available in many shades, the packaging is quite small and the price not too budget-friendly, but a little goes a long way and covers all imperfections without looking unnatural or caking. And it lasts all day too.