Make Up For Ever has five different concealers in its line:
- a dual-ended pencil for facial spots, blotches, and wrinkles. It also doubles as a lip liner, and it only comes in one shade;
- Lift Concealer, firming concealer in a tube, intended for the undereye area, as well as facial darkness — you can apparently also use it as a highlighter;
- HD Invisible Cover Concealer, oil-free, medium coverage for the undereye area (in a click-pen);
- the potted Camouflage Cream (for face). Camouflage Cream is also packaged into 5-shade “Camouflage Cream Palettes;” and
- Full Cover, oil-free, ultra-long-lasting, waterproof, matte finish, serious business, full coverage in a tube. This stuff is for scars, hyperpigmentation, tattoos, etc. for face or body.
I recently took advantage of a complete display of the HD Invisible Cover to make some swatches.
As the name suggests, MUFE’s HD concealer is supposed to provide perfectly natural, brightening, medium coverage — undetectable to either the naked eye or an HD camera. It’s packaged in a click pen with a weird, flexible, silicone elephant-nose applicator, which I think would take some practice. (With any click pen, I usually end up dispensing onto the back of my hand, and then applying with my fingers.) HD Invisible Cover is $28.