Ever a lover of a bargain, I spotted George's Super Boost Concealer whilst browsing in Asda and thought I'd give it a whirl, basically because the 'Light' shade looked pale enough for my ghost-like complexion! I'll admit, though, that it was the lovely bright red of the packaging that caught my eye first - it reminded me of the Bourjois Healthy Mix products, although I don't know whether they're comparable as I've never tried the Bourjois line.
The packaging is a fairly standard clear tube (handy to see how much you've got left!) with a red screw-cap and a doefoot applicator, which makes for easy application to the skin. I tend to "draw" it onto my undereye area, and dab onto any blemishes, after applying foundation. I then blend out with my dampened Real Techniques sponge - the edge of the flat side is perfect for this - before setting with translucent powder.
I love this shade, it's absolutely perfect for my skintone and it works so well to really brighten up the undereye area, which I hope you can see below (excuse my tired, swollen, first-week-back-at-work eyes!) - the top photo shows just foundation, and the bottom one I've applied my concealer too. The texture is light and easy to work with, blending seamlessly into my skin, and once it's set with powder, I've found it doesn't budge. Often, under-eye concealer can settle in fine lines and crease as the day goes on, but I haven't noticed that at all with George's Super Boost Concealer - it's the dream as far as I'm concerned!
George Super Boost Concealer is £4 for 2.5ml of product, available here in three shades (Light, Medium & Dark); I'll definitely be picking it up again in future as I really do think it's brilliant, especially considering the price! I'd certainly recommend it as a budget option if you struggle to find concealers light enough for your skintone, or for those with oily skin who often find it creases or slides as the day goes on. Have you ever used supermarket make-up?