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Noc-Out Cover-Up Compact

In Product Reviews on November 5, 2008 at 2:13 am

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RedPoint Says: Three uniquely textured and pigmented formulas for camouflaging imperfections.
NOC-Out Cover-Up Compact includes three concealing formulas in one slender compact for a flawless complexion. Each formula resists caking and separating, and ensures complete coverage of imperfections. Red Guard (yellow) neutralizes redness, making it perfect for blemishes and rosacea. Spot Cover (salmon) banishes dark spots and heavy pigmentation, such as freckles, age spots, bruises and veins. Eye Disguise (beige) perfectly conceals discoloration under and around the eye area for a brighter appearance. With NOC-Out Cover-Up Compact, the complexion regains a youthful clarity and confidence-promoting perfection.
In The Makeup Says: Fine fine fine. We want to say more but we are, as our beloved Tim Gunn would say, underwhelmed. We like the red compact. We hate the brand name “RedPoint” (conjures up images of a target) and the product name “noc-out” (images of a boxing match). We found Eye Disguise to do a so-so job of concealing under-eye circles, Red Guard does cover red, but in a greasy kind of way, and Spot Cover did its job but not well enough to unseat Laura Mercier‘s Secret Camouflage. So you see, its “fine fine fine.” However, we are (always) diligent in our research and so we must tell you that there are many positive reviews of this product. So believe us, or fork up $38 to try it yourself. Please write to us if you do. We will happily post your opinion!
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