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AOA Studio Top Secret Concealer

SKU: AOA-0633

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A creamy medium to full coverage concealer perfect for under eyes and spot concealing.  Use a concealer buff to tap and blend in the concealer. 

Green should be used on redness to neutralize 

White can be used to brighten first or mix with another shade to make it brighter for under eyes and use the regular shade for the rest of the face! 

Ingredients: 

ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE,SYNTHETIC WAX,KAOLIN,ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE,MICA,CERA MICROCRISTALLINA, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, DIMETHICONE/ VINYL DIMETHICONE  CROSSPOLYMER, DIMETHICONE, POLYETHYLENE, PHENOXYETHANOL, SORBITAN SESQUIOLEATE,TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, ASCORBIC ACID, FRAGRANCE

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Customer Reviews

Based on 59 reviews
68%
(40)
10%
(6)
5%
(3)
10%
(6)
7%
(4)
A
A.D.
Photoshop in a pot

This has become my go-to daily spot concealer. The texture is like a creamy clay or putty, so it needs to be warmed up a bit on the skin to blend. The trick to using it is to start with a very small amount of product (like, almost nothing visible on your brush) and build up as needed from medium to full coverage. It has a faint clean floral fragrance.

For spot concealing, I use the A+ F30 brush or a pencil brush for smaller areas and lightly tap into the pot to pick up the smallest amount of product, then tap over any spots. They essentially disappear and the finish of the concealer looks just like my skin. For undereye concealing, I gently buff it in over well-moisturized skin then tap over it with my finger to melt into the skin. It looks so smooth with minimal creasing, and actually feels more hydrating than drying surprisingly. After I set with a light dusting of powder and a setting spray it lasts all day on my combo skin.

The one downside is the limited shade range. A mix of porcelain and light ivory is a pretty decent match for my fair neutral-cool skin tone. White is a very pale yellowish cream shade that works pretty well as a natural highlight. Sand is on the peachy side so I have been using it to correct dark blue undereye circles, but would love if MissA would expand the line to add more shades with a variety of undertones and a true peach corrector shade.

E
Elizabeth
Good Stuff

I am in my 40s and this blends in well on my skin. I got the color nude and it gives me the coverage I need. For other ladies out there this also helps with the fine lines if you apply it right.

D
D.C.
Great, light color options work for fair skin tones

I got Porcelain and Fair Ivory to give me a little flexibility and for subtle contour effects. I am very fair skinned, somewhat neutral/warm toned, natural redhead, and I have a lot of problems finding products like this that are light enough but don't end up looking like chalk, or otherwise too dark and patchy looking. The container size and design is nice and easy to use, and the product is nice and soft/creamy; I like being able to use this easily with a brush so I can be precise with it. I like this frankly better than any other concealer I've tried so far that was a lot more expensive.

n
n.
Hard to blend but great coverage and color

purchased Porcelain, Amber, and Cappuccino for highlight and contour options. i like the coverage but struggle to blend it out. going to continue to try it with different primer options to see if i can make it work.

D
D.S.
Love this

I use Porcelain. I doesn’t make my eyes crapey. It doesn’t crease. It blends well. Love it so much

Customer Reviews

Based on 59 reviews
68%
(40)
10%
(6)
5%
(3)
10%
(6)
7%
(4)
A
A.D.
Photoshop in a pot

This has become my go-to daily spot concealer. The texture is like a creamy clay or putty, so it needs to be warmed up a bit on the skin to blend. The trick to using it is to start with a very small amount of product (like, almost nothing visible on your brush) and build up as needed from medium to full coverage. It has a faint clean floral fragrance.

For spot concealing, I use the A+ F30 brush or a pencil brush for smaller areas and lightly tap into the pot to pick up the smallest amount of product, then tap over any spots. They essentially disappear and the finish of the concealer looks just like my skin. For undereye concealing, I gently buff it in over well-moisturized skin then tap over it with my finger to melt into the skin. It looks so smooth with minimal creasing, and actually feels more hydrating than drying surprisingly. After I set with a light dusting of powder and a setting spray it lasts all day on my combo skin.

The one downside is the limited shade range. A mix of porcelain and light ivory is a pretty decent match for my fair neutral-cool skin tone. White is a very pale yellowish cream shade that works pretty well as a natural highlight. Sand is on the peachy side so I have been using it to correct dark blue undereye circles, but would love if MissA would expand the line to add more shades with a variety of undertones and a true peach corrector shade.

E
Elizabeth
Good Stuff

I am in my 40s and this blends in well on my skin. I got the color nude and it gives me the coverage I need. For other ladies out there this also helps with the fine lines if you apply it right.

D
D.C.
Great, light color options work for fair skin tones

I got Porcelain and Fair Ivory to give me a little flexibility and for subtle contour effects. I am very fair skinned, somewhat neutral/warm toned, natural redhead, and I have a lot of problems finding products like this that are light enough but don't end up looking like chalk, or otherwise too dark and patchy looking. The container size and design is nice and easy to use, and the product is nice and soft/creamy; I like being able to use this easily with a brush so I can be precise with it. I like this frankly better than any other concealer I've tried so far that was a lot more expensive.

n
n.
Hard to blend but great coverage and color

purchased Porcelain, Amber, and Cappuccino for highlight and contour options. i like the coverage but struggle to blend it out. going to continue to try it with different primer options to see if i can make it work.

D
D.S.
Love this

I use Porcelain. I doesn’t make my eyes crapey. It doesn’t crease. It blends well. Love it so much

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Customer Reviews

Based on 59 reviews
68%
(40)
10%
(6)
5%
(3)
10%
(6)
7%
(4)
A
A.D.
Photoshop in a pot

This has become my go-to daily spot concealer. The texture is like a creamy clay or putty, so it needs to be warmed up a bit on the skin to blend. The trick to using it is to start with a very small amount of product (like, almost nothing visible on your brush) and build up as needed from medium to full coverage. It has a faint clean floral fragrance.

For spot concealing, I use the A+ F30 brush or a pencil brush for smaller areas and lightly tap into the pot to pick up the smallest amount of product, then tap over any spots. They essentially disappear and the finish of the concealer looks just like my skin. For undereye concealing, I gently buff it in over well-moisturized skin then tap over it with my finger to melt into the skin. It looks so smooth with minimal creasing, and actually feels more hydrating than drying surprisingly. After I set with a light dusting of powder and a setting spray it lasts all day on my combo skin.

The one downside is the limited shade range. A mix of porcelain and light ivory is a pretty decent match for my fair neutral-cool skin tone. White is a very pale yellowish cream shade that works pretty well as a natural highlight. Sand is on the peachy side so I have been using it to correct dark blue undereye circles, but would love if MissA would expand the line to add more shades with a variety of undertones and a true peach corrector shade.

E
Elizabeth
Good Stuff

I am in my 40s and this blends in well on my skin. I got the color nude and it gives me the coverage I need. For other ladies out there this also helps with the fine lines if you apply it right.

D
D.C.
Great, light color options work for fair skin tones

I got Porcelain and Fair Ivory to give me a little flexibility and for subtle contour effects. I am very fair skinned, somewhat neutral/warm toned, natural redhead, and I have a lot of problems finding products like this that are light enough but don't end up looking like chalk, or otherwise too dark and patchy looking. The container size and design is nice and easy to use, and the product is nice and soft/creamy; I like being able to use this easily with a brush so I can be precise with it. I like this frankly better than any other concealer I've tried so far that was a lot more expensive.

n
n.
Hard to blend but great coverage and color

purchased Porcelain, Amber, and Cappuccino for highlight and contour options. i like the coverage but struggle to blend it out. going to continue to try it with different primer options to see if i can make it work.

D
D.S.
Love this

I use Porcelain. I doesn’t make my eyes crapey. It doesn’t crease. It blends well. Love it so much