Packaging: Standard pot; would have liked colour coded stickers at the bottom or a window to see what shade for kit purposes.
Price: Priced at £38 (at Cult Beauty, Space NK, and Net-A-Porter) this complexion enhancer is pretty pricey if you're only going to use it as a concealer; however as it's so versatile and uber pigmented, it's totally worth the splurge.
Packaging: I like the window tube packaging (easy to see what shade) and the wand for personal use but not as handy/hygienic for kit use.
Price: Priced at £22 (at John Lewis, LookFantastic and Net-A-Porter) this concealer is another splurge product but definitely worth it if you feel all other concealers don't give the "radiance" you need to look awake!
Packaging: Again, I like the window packaging so I can see what shade I'm using. The wand is flatter than the NARS, therefore easier to slide on.
Price: The Naked Skin concealer is £17.50 (at John Lewis, Debenhams and House of Fraser) and is best suited to if you're a foundation wearer due to the heaviness looking slightly out of place if you were to just use it alone!
This concealer has been a staple in my kit since like forever and for good reason: it does an amazing job at staying put!
It's similar to the UD Naked Skin above in terms of coverage so I would generally wear this only when wearing foundation.
Packaging: I like the window bottle packaging; the pump is definitely more hygienic for kit purposes but I find I dispense too much sometimes (there's no winning lol)
Packaging: For personal, every day use, the packaging is very practical; you can rely on just the sponge applicator and your fingers and dispenses just the right amount if you're not too over zealous in twisting.