The first time I heard about HBC SanSan's concealer was from Maricarljanah of Youtbe. She raved about the product so much! I've used some of Sansan's product like their liquid liners, pressed powder foundations, and blushes. But I never tried their concealers. Anyway, after watching Janah's video, I decided to try it!
I've been using it for almost 4 or 5 months now, and I believe I can do my own review about this product.
This is how the packaging looks like. The cover is made out of hard plastic which doesn't look very cheap. I actually prefer concealers with this kind of packaging. I don't like the ones that come in lids where in I have to turn the lid to open it. Tendency is I always misplace the cover. With this one, I don't have to worry about it because it is attached with the container.
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I picked the shade in Natural, which is the lightest shade among the three. Before I bought it, I tried the tester first. The shade doesn't look natural to me, it's actually lighter. Why did I buy it still? I purchased it because I like how I can use it not just a concealer, but will also serve as a highlighter. I planned of using it only for my dark circles and redness around my nose. When I have my bumps on my face ( during monthly period), I use a darker shade of concealer. I use Koshize from Sophie.
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|Look how it instantly brightens my eyes!|
WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THE SANSAN CONCEALER:
*I like that it's creamy which makes it easier to blend. For me, a very important factor with concealers.
* Contains SPF 15 and enriched with Vitamins A,C,E
* Natural shade is perfect for brightening my tired-looking eyes!
* Very affordable! You get 13g of the product for only P105.
* Available at HBC outlets
WHAT I DON'T LIKE ABOUT IT?
I only have one thing I don't like about it though, because of its creamy coverage it tends to crease in the eyes. Sometimes when I wanted my face to look dewy, I don't use a setting powder which makes my under eye circles to crease ( that streaks of product you usually see when you squint your eyes).
I'm planning of buying the Beige one and try it if it can do the job of covering my zits. Or maybe even try their matte foundations? My mind is still battling if should try it because I do have dry skin.
Any suggestions girls?
I would love to hear your opinion!
Have a lovely week ladies! xoxothedeviwearsukay.