- Organic ingredients
- Refillable packaging
- Not an inclusive shade range, especially deep shades (only 16 total)
- Chalky, mousey texture
- Not full coverage as claimed
- Hard to blend into skin with fingers, brush, and sponge
- Does not work as an eyeshadow primer as claimed
Kjaer Weis Concealer Review
I’ve got to admit, Invisible Touch Concealer from Kjaer Weis is not great. It has the weirdest texture that is thick and chalky, but also feels oily.
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Albeit a clean concealer, Invisible Touch has the weirdest texture I’ve ever seen.
Kjaer Weis is a luxury, organic makeup brand that proclaims sustainability, performance, and simplicity. The brand believes the makeup we put in our face should be full of ingredients that work with our skin instead of against it. Thus, the world’s first certified organic concealer was born: Invisible Touch. Made in Italay, this concealer has been certified by the Certificazione Prodotti Biologici (CCPB). That’s pretty cool, if you ask me!
But, I can’t say the love and care poured into making this concealer organic translated over to the performance. For starters, it has the weirdest texture I’ve ever seen. Let go into full Kjaer Weis Concealer Review.
Promises vs. Performance: Immediately, this concealer is a no from me.
Invisible Touch concealer promises high coverage with an invisible finish that looks like skin. It promises to cover anything from dark circles and discoloration to blemishes and scars. The formula is said to be an ultra light, ultra creamy texture that has enough slip tot blend with your own skin texture and tone. And not only can it be used as a concealer, but Kjaer Weis says it can also be used as an eyeshadow primer and highlighter. It’s also infused with skincare ingredients, such as rosehip seed oil (adds moisture and antioxidant benefits), dioscorea batatas (protects from environmental stressors), and poppy seed extract (helps de-puff under eyes).
My Review Thoughts: Kjaer Weis Concealer
This concealer has some hefty packaging. The shade range is a bit small with only 16 shades to chose from, so I picked up two shades to test out: F110 and F120, one that should be an exact match and one a shade lighter. I liked the cool undertone of shade F110 to help brighten my under eye areas, which I saw happen immediately. But, the texture of this concealer was really throwing me off. It felt like applying no product to my skin, with like a dry, chalky feeling. It was extremely difficult to blend in with a brush that typically works for any concealer for me (Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Concealer Brush), nor did my fingers or a dampen sponge work. I had to use a combination of the three to get it to even begin to blend in. It was sticking and looked patchy, and didn’t give me the full coverage promised.
Now, sometimes concealers apply terribly, but wear well. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case. It was creasing and didn’t wear well throughout the day. I did also try it as an eyeshadow primer, but my eyeshadow was super creased by the end of the day.
How It Compares: There are so many better concealers out there, whether clean or not.
I’m going to keep this short and sweet: skip this concealer. It has the weirdest texture I’ve ever come across that was dry, yet had a serum, oil feel to it as well. It was so hard to blend in and did not wear well at all. I couldn’t find one thing I liked about this concealer and I don’t even want to keep playing with it to see if I can make it work. There are just so many good concealers on the market, whether clean or not.
When it comes to luxury concealers, Dior Forever Skin Correct takes the cake as industry standard, in my opinion. For the price ($36), you get a highly concentrated, ultra pigmented, full coverage formula. It applies easily, blending out seamlessly to brighten and conceal dark circles and other imperfections. It’s a night and day difference when compared to Invisible Touch from Kjaer Weis. The one thing I will say about Forever Skin Correct, the shades can oxidize. But there’s 30 to choose from instead of just 12.
If you’re looking for a clean concealer…
Since Kjaer Weis is a clean brand, I want to give you my clean concealer recommendations as well. Two of my favorites are ILIA True Skin and Kosas Revealer. ILIA’s concealer provides a solid medium coverage with a brightening, radiant finish. Kosas Revealer is more full coverage, still with a brightening effect, but more of a soft focus, natural-matte finish. These are two gorgeous concealers, both $30 or less.
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Edited by Maddie