I wasn’t sure what to expect when Elizabeth Grant’s “The Socializer” arrived through my door.
For one thing I’ve never even heard of Elizabeth Grant, or best online levitra.
What it is, is a funky tube filled with two clicky pens:
The two pens are brightening & hydrating treatments (I thought they’d be like Touche Eclat!), the Bright Lights (for day) and Late Nights (for the evening):
Bright Lights uses Mica, a mineral light diffuser that instantly brightens, and the key to looking like it never happened. Late Nights blends peptides and Ulva Lactuta- to repair, awaken, de-puff and rejuvenate.
I do really like the packaging and the look of these products – very chic!
When you hold them against one another, the Bright Lights has a ever so slightly off white hue – very slightly mind – luckily they are black and silver so you can differentiate when in a rush!
Both come with soft brush applicators – no problem with this, it makes the product hygienic and convenient to use:
I guess I had to accept the fact that these products are not there to conceal anything – just to brighten and act as a base to a concealer. The night time treatment can be used alone.
Testing the Bright Lights:
The cream feels great on – it’s hydrating and soothing. I find concealer cakes under my eyes so this is a perfect base:
The finished article doesn’t look concealed – but I guess it looks hydrated? And more luminous…but yes, I would still apply a concealer where possible.
Night Side, Eye Before
Yep, this is my eye, day to day! So tired!:
This one is also really nice to apply, it’s hydrating and comfortable. At the same time, the finish is quite softly matte – I guess it’s bedtime ready.
I’ve been sitting on these products for months and months and I would conclude that they are rather good products – not a concealer at all (Unless you are already flawless!) but a good care product that works instead of an eye cream and as a top up on the go.
You can buy the product here, its $40 CAD.