Review: Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer


These days I don’t have many products from the Korean brand Missha which I use more frequently, except for the Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer (and the Missha Magic Cushion Case). I bought it some while ago together with the Missha The Style Tinted Lips , when I found that Missha had opened a German online shop.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

Missha is one of the worldwide famous Korean brands, especially their Missha M Perfect Cover BB cream is one of the most famous BB creams. They have a lot of online stores all over the world and are available in US/Canada, Australia and recently they even opened up an online store for Germany.  The products always come in a very luxurious looking packaging. The design is usually very mature and elegant and I think that it can be liked by almost everyone. The Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer comes in a suprisingly large cardboard box although it only contains a pot type concealer, but it also comes together with a brush, which is the reason for the size. The cardboard box is black and has golden lettering and thus looks very elegant. Two different shades are available, No.21 and No.23. I bought No. 23.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

The description on the packaging is very detailled, and it is written in English and in Korean. You you will also find the full ingredients list on the packaging. The ingredients are safe according to COSDNA and the concealer comes with SPF30/PA++, too.


The jar of the concealer is beautifully designed with the flower shaped logo of the Missha Signature line. The cubic pot is black and golden, like the cardboard packaging and is made of a sturdy hard plastic material. The approximately 10 cm long brush is delivered with a plastic protector bag.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

I really like the design of the container. It looks very luxurious. The pot contains 10 g of concealer and has a shelf life of 24 months after opening.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

The brush has soft bristles and keeps your pot hygienic (if you remember to clean your brush, too).


There is a plastic lid between the container lid and the pot.


The texture of this concealer is a solid one. It can be taken by the brush and applied on the desired areas of the skin. Afterwards you can use your fingers for blending it in, if you want to create a softer look. It has a pleasant soap-y scent. Although I chose No.23 it is quite a light color, so I gues No. 21 is suited for very pale people. Nevertheless, the color is perfect for me and suits my skintone after blending it in. It has a good coverage, too, and allows to hide reddened skin or spots perfectly. I use it only very lightly for my under eye area, since the thick consistency of this concealer is a bit dificult to work with on thin skin. If you don’t blend it properly there it will settle into the fine lines under your eyes and doesn’t look nice.

Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer

I can say that the coverage is really great here, so this concealer fulfills it’s purpose greatly. If you have a lot of fines in your eye area I would not advise you to get this type of solid concealer but rather go for a cream type one. The texture here is thick and may sink into your lines. If you are looking for a great coverage for hiding spots, you’ll like this a lot. I love that it comes with a brush :) There is also another design of this jar available, which has a fully golden lid and a white container, but other than the color these are the same. This product retails for 18.91 US$ at W2Beauty. I bought mine at Missha Germany for 19.90 € which is slightly more expensive.


11 thoughts on “Review: Missha Signature Extreme Cover Concealer”

  1. written by Mizu from Marvelikalife: “Ahh, they changed to a new packaging! I had this one but the old golden version. Haven’t used it that much because it might be too thick for my acne sensitive skin but the texture is very creamy ;)”

    I agree, it has a very thick texture, but it is also creamy and blendable. I didn’t know that one is the renewed packaging, I just though they have a different packaging for the German product XD

  2. written by Kim from KimKine: “This looks so nice and creamy! I always prefer pot concealers for their coverage :) I’m in Seoul now and just bought a pot concealer form the Saem which looks very similar in consistency to this!”

    I’m looking forward to read your review. This is the first Korean concealer I tried. I only used western brands before. Have fun in Seoul <3

  3. written by Sharlynn from TheBlackMentosBeautyBox: “I love love the texture of this concealer! Packaging is gorgeous but a bit bulky though!”

    It may not be the most travelfriendly size, I agree. I think stick type concealers are better suited for that purpose. But other than this the coverage is great!

  4. hei could you please tell me what experience did you have with missha germany. they don.t have a translated page. delivery on time and ok?

  5. Have to try this concealer! :) What are your favorites concealers? I’m trying the Saem concealer now, gonna write a review about it later!

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