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Menaji Camo Camouflage Stick - Light
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The Camo Camouflage Stick is a nice, compact size that is light and easy to apply. The consistency could be a bit more fluid, to make it more lasting.
Use on top of moisturiser if you have dry skin or are concerned about flakes etc. I always use in conjunction with a facial moisturiser. Stick to the golden rule of 'less is more'. Excellent for concealing dilated (open) pores on T-Zone.
Works very well, improves the appearance of your skin and the concealer isn't noticeable at all, it looks very natural. However, at 7 grammes in weight, these sticks may not last long.
This is a good product. Don't expect it to be a magic cover up when you apply to the face because things like just done exist. If you want a product that covers a red area or spot by 50%-75% then I recommend this product. Always check with a girl friend or a female to check you have no marks or patches because at the end of the day it is make up.
Does well to cover up dark circles. Good buy.
I've been using the Light and Medium for a couple of days and I quite like them. I only really have two problems with them: 1. It seems to be slightly transparent - I have to apply a lot to totally cover a mark (maybe I just have really visible marks!). 2. You skin has to be very smooth - if it isn't then it will make any dry or rough skin obvious. I guess its OK if your skin as always smooth thought.
I bought the light-coloured stick to use as an under-eye concealer. It blends on reasonably well and it is slightly less opaque than a cheaper product I've used. You may need to use a lot of it for this very reason though. One issue I did have with it though, is that it doesn't wash off like other concealers sometimes do. You'll probably need some sort of remover to get it all off. At £15 it is quite expensive but I thought I'd take the gamble. Overall its a reasonable product apart from the issues outlined above, but the price may well be enough to persuade most to look for cheaper/better performing alternatives. I doubt I'll be buying again unless the price drops to under a tenner.
I've tried this product and Clinique for Men's M Cover. Both blends quite well but Menaji's stick is quite sticky and dry. Clinique's concealer is much more comfortable to use but does not stay on as long.