Seventeen just seem to be turfing out the new products at the moment, not long ago was a eye liner/mascara range, now they have realised seven new face products. The new concealer, Phwoarr Paint, promises to win the war on undereye circles so I was excited to see if it can really do the job as well as, or even better, than my beloved Benefit Boi-ing, which no I still have no replaced if you saw my Miss Sporty concealer review where I was moaning about it running out. I think, and please don't quote me on this but it's the first creamy pot concealer from a drugstore brand, and this only set me back £5.49 which is much more friendly on my poor purse.
The colour range is again limited, medium is okay on me and with my foundation but may be too dark for the more porcelain beauties, although it does redeem itself as it is comes in compact with a small mirror for on the go makeup application, which for concealer is ideal. Not sure what is wrong with the UK...again no colour choices for darker skins tones. Think the makeup making geeks (or whatever they are called, which I guessing is not that) need to wake up.
The texture is not super creamy, but creamy enough to apply it and for it to blend well under my eyes and cover up my ever growing dark circles, seriously these bad boys will be on my cheeks soon. Luckily the Seventeen Phwoarr Paint doesn't crease up either, when I applied it with my fingers but it does go on a bit better with a brush, but what are the chances of carrying one of them around on the go? Yeah not likely so good job your fingers can do the job. The only downside being that if you get dry skin under your eyes this may go a little cakey, but nothing a bit of primer or eye cream can't fix. Although on the flip side it does stay on for a long time and I didn't need to reapply either. Overall can't say this beats my Benefit Boi-ing but this is the best alternative (on a budget) that I have tried. Good one Seventeen.
Seventeen Phwoarr Paint - £5.49