Tati Westbrook loves this and as soon as I saw it on her channel I knew I had to buy it. Fortunately, it is indeed a great concealer, it doesn't crease THAT much if applied properly (creases are unavoidable) and the yellow undertone hides dark circles amazingly. I already bought another one and I think it's the best high coverage concealer at the drugstore, they may not have a proper shade range but they are pretty good.
I own shade 02 and I wanted to like it so badly! I've heard it was good for dry under eyes but it is the complete opposite to me, it emphasizes dryness and clings to dry patches too. I tried using it as a highlighter shade before powder highlight but magically shows dryness I don't even have in that area! I don't know what's the deal with it but it just doesn't do the job properly. I congratulate Colourpop on the shade range though.
I bought the shade 00A Porcelain. Right now it's almost summer and it's a tad too light and pinky for me so I mix it with ELF Flawless Foundation in the shade porcelain (which is too dark and orange for me) but both mixed make a good neutral foundation for the summertime. I've never used it as a concealer since I like using my Catrice liquid camouflage in the shade 005 Light Natural, which has a yellow undertone that compliments my under eye area. Overall, it's a good medium to full foundation and I believe this is a good mixing foundation, even though it's not plain white, I'd still repurchase it for that purpose.
Okay, so, to be honest, I looove this product. I use it after primer and before foundation. I apply it where the dark circle is and I try not to surpass that limit. It makes them disappear, yes, but layers create creases and that's unavoidable, so I only use it the day after an all-nighter and such.
When you first apply this on a fair complexion, it's straight peach! But if you build it up, it becomes a sort of rosé with peachy undertones. I use it as an everyday blush. I think it would look rather orange in cool toned people. I'd totally buy it again and I might try other shades too.
The salesperson said it would look bold on my fair canvas - and she was right. I was intimidated when I first applied it because it isn't matte, it is a little bit shiny but if you use a light hand it looks very nice. That being said, since it is an ombré blush, it has a baby pink shade which I never use just because I think it doesn't match the mauvy tone I want.
I'm not surprised this is the #1 Bronzer! I use the shade 'Bronzer' and it suits my fair complexion, of course, I use little of the product. It is buildable and great for dry skin since it has a little bit of a sheen, I wish I'd known that before, but I don't mind now. My undertone is neutral so it looks very natural on me, I think it would look a bit orangey in cool toned people.
I bought this because Thataylaa said she swears by it. I don't know if it is actually translucent since I'm very fair, I can't really tell. But it does an amazing job, I set my under eye area with this and my nose (which is normally oily in the summertime). Then, I use some setting spray, I'd recommend doing that.
This foundation has a bit of a yellow tone rather than a pinky tone and it complements my skin even though I have very fair skin with neutral undertones, I wouldn’t say it is full coverage at all, to me it’s sheer but I still like it. The finish it’s not matte, it’s more of a natural finish.