Bright eyed: Garnier BB Eye Miracle Skin Perfector

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Just when you thought BB creams and skin perfecters couldn’t be more diverse, obviously we had to see a BB cream concealer.

From the first brand to bring BB to NA (as in North America), Garnier has recently released the BB Eye Miracle Skin Perfector, a BB concealer.  If you have tried their BB cream (aka the Miracle Skin Perfector), you’ll know how much of a life saver it is for your face.  Don’t want the heavy coverage of a foundation?  That’s where a BB cream comes in handy.


The BB Eye Miracle Skin Perfector is the first BB created for the eye area to correct dark circles and puffiness in one step.  It’s squeeze-tube (complete with rollerball and all) contains a unique formulation that features two key ingredients – Haloxyl (known for its ability to treat under-eye bags and dark circles) and mineral pigments (which evens out skin tone).  The product has five effects in one simple step: reduces under-eye bags and dark circles; erases signs of fatigue; smoothes fine lines; brightens the eye contour; moisturizes for 24 hours.

I’ve been using this product for about a month now and I’ve mostly been layering it under my concealer for effect.  I don’t really see a difference, but it does conceal pretty well on its own.  It’s been a staple in my “lazy day” makeup routine – BB or CC cream, this stuff, lip balm or gloss and mascara.


The product has a SRP of C$19.99, which is quite pricey.  I’m sure though that most drugstores will be selling it for cheaper (Garnier’s BB cream retails for way less than this little thing).  If you are a low-key kinda gal, I would look into this.  I do like the product, but for the most part, I don’t suffer from dark circles, fine lines, or anything like that, so I’m probably not the best model for this product.  It does brighten the eye contour, but I mean concealers are designed to do this too, and you can find a lot of great concealers for under the $10 mark.

Have you tried Garnier’s Eye Miracle Skin Perfector?  What were your thoughts?

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