“that gal” Brightening Face Primer
This has a peach undertone and neutralises dark patches on your face, such as under the eye area. It’s quick a thick consistency but I like that. It does exactly as described and stays put all day! The shade I had in the kit was #2 and even though I am pale, it still worked very well. If I was to buy this again I might try it in shade #1 as it might suit my skin tone better.
Now this I love! It’s not that good under the eye area, but that’s what you’ve got erase paste for, and it does wonders on blemishes on my skin. That said I do use it under my eye area after erase paste just to brighten it up a little. The two shades included in this kit are #1 and #2. I have found I am somewhere in between but it’s very easy to mix the two together to get your correct skin tone.
Eye Bright and Lemon Aid
This is perfect for the inner corners of your eyes, it really does make a difference and brightens them up. Lemon Aid amazing and I use it as a base for my eye shadows and works perfectly. I have found that you can also use this on it’s own if you want to not wear as much makeup, it brightens up eyes and reduces redness and discolorations.
The brushes are all a little stiff and make application a bit hard so I would recommend using your own. If you’re new to concealing, use the brushes to apply the concealer to your face and use your fingertips to blend.
Overall I love this kit, the only thing I’m not that over keen on is the “that gal” face primer, I’m actually yet to find one that I love but plan on purchasing Benefits the POREfessional and seeing what that’s like. I have read that a lot of you rate it highly! If you’ve tried it before, let me know what you thought of it.