Redpoint’s NOC Out concealer compact

by Bionic Beauty on 31.Mar.2009 · 4 comments

I received the NOC Out Cover-Up Compact by RedPoint Cosmetics in my first BeautyFix package.  I’m always up for trying a new concealer…

Bionic Beauty reviews Redpoint NOC Out Cover-Up Compact

Bionic puts RedPoint's NOC Out Concealer compact to the test.

NOC Out Pros

  • A yellow shade to correct red toned problems (Red Guard), a salmon colored concealer to cancel out dark spots or pigmentation issues (Redpoint calls this “Spot Cover”), and Eye Disguise which is a beige to cover under-eye circles and even out eye area.
  • The cover up *really* works! This compact gets rave reviews from consumers and online & print beauty editors (myself included now!). No creasing, no caking, it stays put and does everything promised.
  • Packaging is sleek and sturdy, with a nice sized mirror to actually make touchups easy to accomplish.

NOC Out Cons

  • Only available in one set of shades (shown in my photo), so darker skinned or olive toned gals are not going to have much luck with this compact.
  • Price. In this economy $38 is a bit pricey. Since I heart elf’s concealer bigtime, I’d rather spring for all their shades ($1 each at e.l.f. Cosmeticself cosmetics) and make my own “palette”.

The NOC Out Cover-Up Compact is available at Redpoint’s own website for $38.

Have you tried the NOC Out compact? What were your results?

FTC Disclosure: This item was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review. The opinion in this article is based on my personal experience and was not influenced by any source. I was not compensated for this article. Feel free to read my disclosure policy for more information.


1 Melissa Street March 31, 2009 at 9:57 am

Hey Bionic – I have seen this line, but never tried – huge Eve Pearl fan – curious if this concealer can be reapplied during a touch up – u know, after gobs of powdering, etc. – do u know?

2 potion princess March 31, 2009 at 10:51 pm

I really like the look of this ,I really like the fact that a yellow tone is included because I have sallow undertones,Ive been looking for my usual lancome palette which was amazing,cant seem to find it anywhere and this seems to have some of the same shades.

3 Bionic Beauty April 1, 2009 at 11:16 pm

hi Melissa, I’ve had no trouble applying the NOC over my mineral makeup or liquid (or other powder) foundations throughout the day… I even tried it out at the beach this past weekend and no globbies at all! 🙂

Potion Princess, First off… welcome to Bionic Beauty!! This concealer palette is incredible. And even though it’s $38, I highly recommend it as a splurge. If it didn’t perform, I certainly wouldn’t recommend spending the money on it, but the colors are great and the blendability is superb! let me know if you try it!


4 Mo April 3, 2009 at 10:31 pm

I touched on this over at MBB last week and I was surprised with how much I like it. All but the salmon color work well on my very fair skin and it stays really really well. I usually touch up in the afternoon or evening(webcam time with mah hubby) and haven’t had any problems with clumps or globbies *steals word “globbies” for future use*

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