Moonshot Dark Spot Concealer – 301

I wanted to try something else from Moonshot. Of course I have to get the concealer. I’m just obsessed with concealers and I’m trying them one brand at a time. I found that the shade 301 once blended in is the perfect shade for me. I want to say that it looked peachy, but it doesn’t really cover my black eyes. Cause when I try to use this under my eye, I still can see the shadow underneath. I still prefer CLIO Kill Cover. (I know I previously said that Clio is not as good for the whole face. But I was wrong. I just got lazy and used it for my whole face. It gave such a good coverage and it brightened up my face whenever I used it.)

This is supposed to be better for under eye concealing. I found that it does a better job covering my spots. I guess cause of the shade; it matched my skin better.

The packaging looks alright but when you hold it feels cheap. The wand feels cheap too as it’s just feel light on the hand. It did pick up the right amount of concealer though so that’s nice. The product consistency is quite thick. It is a medium full coverage. But still show thru for deep dark undereye. Other than that, it gives good coverage; and the best part it’s easy to blend. Surprisingly for a thicker concealer, this blend quite well. So that is what I like about this concealer.

Anyway this is $29 from Sephora. So the price’s alright. I feel the more you use it, the more you will like it.


Jelly Pot – M04 Biscotti

A bit regret getting this shade. I think this is more of the matte shade. The shimmery ones are so much more even and pigmented. I tried it in the store when it didn’t dry out. But I wanted something a bit more wearable day to day. Biscotti is a peachy nude shade. It’s actually quite nice when it can be even on the lid. The colour is kind of patchy. 

I do like the texture. The formula is quite gel like but with this shade, it seems like it will dissappear any moment. Which it sort of did cause the colour is really close to skin tone. 

This will set quite fast. So it’s advisable to do one side at a time. Once it set, it won’t budge. Which is really good. But Biscotti is a bit hard to see. At the end of the day, I can see the slight peachy tone on my lid. But that’s about it. So in the end, I think it will be better to get other darker shades.