Product Review | Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Wear Camouflage Concealer
Product Review | Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Wear Camouflage Concealer in 320 W ($31, Sephora and Lancome) : **This is a complimentary product sent by Influenster for reviewing and testing purposes**
According to Lancome's website, an ultra-pigmented, full-coverage concealer that camouflages imperfections with a weightless, comfortable feel. One drop is all it takes. Won’t cake or crease. Conceal imperfections all day with this high-pigment, full-coverage, lightweight concealer. It is easily blendable and buildable to reveal an even skintone with a natural matte finish. A little goes a long way! Non-comedogenic and tested under dermatological control.
Which skin type is it good for?
Lancome packaging is straight to the point. Their brand carries the product, not the packaging. The silver box with black typography with the embossed Lancome logo is nothing to be surprised about. The concealer is in a plastic squeeze tube with a pointed tip to dispense the product. The shade is a perfect match, which is perfect for spot concealing or if you just want to wear an all-over no makeup look. However, I mostly use concealers to brighten or highlight the under eye area so I need a lighter shade. The squeeze tube is simple and easy to use. The product is cream, thick in consistency but easy to blend on the skin when applied. As you can see on the blended swatch above, this is a full coverage concealer. I do not normally use a full coverage concealer so this is not something that I will use. But if you are in the market for a full coverage concealer, this may just be the product for you. Just use a tiny bit as a little goes a long way. It has a similar coverage to the the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer but I like the Tarte one better only because it does not have a thick consistency. It is long-wearing and it covers beautifully without the cake face. You know how I feel about the crease-less claims. If you don't, well let me tell you. Unless you have plastic surgery to get rid of fine lines, concealers will sink into them no matter what. However, what I do believe is certain products minimizes the creasing especially when set with a loose powder. This is one of those products. Keep in mind, the heavier you apply, the more prone any product is to creasing. Also, the product is $31, so if it works for you, I think you would feel it is worth it. It is in the same price range as the Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer ($30).
Would I purchase one on my own? No, only because of the thicker consistency but I still say it is a good product.