Review & Swatches: Jane Iredale Disappear Concealer with Green Tea Extract

Jane Iredale has recently found the way to my heart with very natural looking, yet beautiful and skin flattering pigments in her mineral makeup collection. Have you seen her Simply Magical Collection for fall yet? It’s gorgeous! She also just launched a BB cream (Glow Time Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream) that I’m dying to try after I get through some of the complexion reviews I have in queue, because it sounds amazing and I hear great things about it. But first on my Jane Iredale list is her Disappear Concealer with Green Tea Extract.

Disappear Concealer is available in five shades and is infused with soothing and nourishing ingredients for skin that might be a little in crisis. When I say “in crisis”, I’m taking about YOU, Mr. Pimple that always pops up on my chin when I least expect it! Green tea and seaweed soothes, while willow bark helps heal. (Did you also know that green tea has slight anti-bacterial qualities for acne, too?)

Jane Iredale Disappear Concealer flocked application tip

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Shades available:

  • Light
  • Medium Light (not pictured in swatches)
  • Medium
  • Medium Dark
  • Dark

In terms of application, it’s really up to you how you’ll want to apply. You can use a brush, or tap it on with a finger. The applicator tip is slightly slanted and flocked—but I personally don’t apply it with the tip. But what I do like using the flocked tip for, is blurring out/feathering the edges of the concealer once I’ve applied it so the tell-tale signs are gone! I think Disappear provides good coverage for rosacea, pimples, broken capillaries, and slight dark circles. But I wouldn’t say it offers heavy duty coverage to the darkest of dark circles.

In fact, what I like best about this concealer is its believable coverage that looks creamy, fresh, and moist, without drying or cracking. It’s a very hydrating formula that dry and/or mature skin types might appreciate. Plus, it does a stellar job at eliminating the redness around my nose and hiding that pesky Mr. Pimple on my chin that has been reoccurring lately.

Side note: I’m usually an NW20, but I can wear Light in Disappear Concealer. I would probably do a little better with Medium Light, however.

Jane Iredale Disappear Concealer ingredients


Light, Medium, Medium Dark, Dark (Medium Light is not pictured)

Bottom Line…

This is a great concealer for those who don’t need excessive coverage since it covers blemishes, redness, and other skin perfections without looking too obvious—while hydrating and soothing the skin.

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  • Susan Lewis

    Would this product be appropriate for under eye?  I don’t really need it for anything else since I wear medium to full coverage foundation.  I’m a NW20 as well but prefer a peach toned corrector/concealer for under eye.  This looks pretty yellow.

  • Krystal Caracol

    These look and sound awesome! Never tried this brand before, but I’m putting  Medium on my list :)

  • Amber

    Yeah, I found these run a little yellow too! I would look into medium light in that case–but I don’t think they are opaque enough for very dark circles. If you have a little bit of discoloration, it should be okay. But any darker, I don’t think this is your best bet. Try the Maracuja concealers from Tarte, or even the new cream ones from bareMinerals in that case!

  • Amber

    I tried a teeny sample of her BB cream yesterday. Even though it was the wrong shade for me, I loved the way it felt. I’m going to look into the right shade and review in a little bit. So check it out!

  • Krystal Caracol

    Thanks for the heads up, I will! I’ve been so intrigued by the BB cream wave but I can’t decide on which one to try :)

  • Everyday Coolin

    hate medium-dark is too light for me and dark is TOO DARK.