1. Benefit Boi-ing concealer ($20) is a heavy duty industrial concealer for all blemishes and I like them under the eye too. It is one of the best concealers I have used to date. It has a sticky clay-type formula that holds well.
2. Time Balm ($18) from the Balm is creamy and less sticky than the Boi-ing but also gets the job done.
3. Bobbi Brown Corrector ($23) is mostly an undereye concealer that is salmon toned and blends well with the puffiness that results from my long days at work.
4. The ELF complete coverage concealer ($3) palette reminds me a lot of the Boi-ing concealer, but with different shades. I like it, but does not have the holding power of the Boi-ing
5. Maybelline Instant Age Rewind ($10) has been a long-time favorite in the blogosphere, but I was not too fond of it. It held more like a foundation and I did not like the round applicator that much.
6. Stila stick concealer ($20) was a long time favorite of mine in undergrad. It is clay-like, which is what I like, but does not hold up as well on my oily skin. It is now officially discontinued, but can be found on other websites.
7. The Clinique All About Eyes Concealer ($17) is a creamy undereye concealer that works very well with blemishes. It is very thick and not water and has a lot of staying power.
8. The ELF concealer stick ($3) is a great dupe for the Stila concealer. I like to use it under the eyes and set it with a powder mineral concealer.
9. Estee Lauder Double Wear ($23) concealer has the thinnest formula of all, yet has the best staying power. I use it with the DW foundation and it sets in so perfectly and beautifully. Match made in heaven!