|Left Half: Bare Skin, Right Half: Spot Concealed with B.B.R. (No Other Face Makeup)|
IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness (Neutralizing Correcting Cream) ($32 from Birchbox)
What it Does: Basically, this is a pigmented, creamy concealer that would work for most light/medium skin tones. It's slightly more beige/yellow-toned than my other face makeup but somehow manages to blend in well. When I apply it to parts of my face that are lighter (like my neck), I can see that it doesn't match. For that reason, I wouldn't recommend it for those with fair skin (NW/NC 10-15). I don't find it hydrating or drying but it has enough initial slip to blend evenly and easily. It kind of clings to dryness, however still less so than other high-coverage products. It sets to a matte finish in under a minute and lasts about 8 hours before it starts to fade.
Bottom Line: I genuinely do enjoy it and would definitely repurchase. I feel it does a better job at hiding redness than my concealers and it only takes a rice-sized amount to spot cover any trouble areas.
For Reference: I'm an NW25 in MAC & "Rose Ivory" in Laura Mercier