The Illuminating Highlight Pen is meant to "allow you to enhance, contour or diminish your features to create the appearance of symmetry". There are eight shades, 4 shimmery and 4 matte, the shimmery ones are meant to "catch the light and bring focus to the cheekbones and eyes to create balance and symmetry" and the mattes are to "act as skin–priming concealers to diminish flaws and shadows". All eight tones are meant to "soften and diffuse light for a smooth and undetectable finish".
The concealer comes in a mahogany tube and has a white synthetic
brush head. The product dispenses via twist-up packaging. I bought
05 Naked Bisque (£40) which is a ivory/nude shade with pink
Shown below on the left with the Burberry Sheer Luminous Concealer in Light Beige on the right to show the pink tones of the Tom Ford.
It has a creamy texture and more pigment that say YSL Touche Eclat.
It gives light coverage and a slight illumination, though matte in
finish rather than shimmery. It does make the skin texture look
smoother and flaws softened and looks very natural on.
Texture/performance wise it goes on
easily and doesn't migrate into lines, to get a full days wear I do
have to set with powder though.
Shown below before and after,
I am tempted to pick up 07 Amber Eclat to use as a colour corrector
under concealer as I have read many positive reviews about that
particular shade for offsetting dark circles.