Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector

First impression: this is so sticky, but I know it can’t be right cause it’s quite liquidy on top. The jar is so tiny, it’s uncomfortable to use your finger to pick up the product. Also, it’s very shimmery, and blends to dissappear into your skin. I really don’t see the point of this. 

I tried googling this and the review is quite good. So while at Sephora I tried swatching with the display sample. It’s actually very creamy and not sticky at all. It’s also not cakey, the shade quite light on the back of my hand. So it is to be brightening, if the sample I have at home is not melted. 

Second impression: still hard to apply under the eyes. It doesn’t goes on smooth. I tried again with a RT deluxe crease brush. It’s a good side for buffing concealer. Plus the bristles fit the jar, so it’s a win-win. But still it wasn’t good. 

Third impression: by now, the product is clear of any wetness. So it’s a solid cream product. I dip my brush in, applied and behold, my dark circles are gone. For some reason, it just covered the blackness way. So good. I don’t even need to layer on with concealer. It goes on smooth, it covers well, not cakey at all. There is no crease and it just brighten up my undereye. If I don’t set it, it will be left rather shiny. It just had a sheen, it’s the brightening effect. 

A small jar will probably last me a long time. I won’t need to buy the full size. By then, I probably found something new to use. So yes I like it a lot, but I probably won’t buy the full size. 

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