Jiminy Crickets, that's a mouthful. As is always the case, these concealers have been available in the US for ages, probably a year or so. We only had them released in January. I was sent some by Jade when she had a destash and forwarded a TON of her unloved wares to moi, because she's fab.
Although I'd been itching to get my mitts on these since forever, at first they just sat there, pristine and unopened, because concealers are something of a weakness of mine, and I already had about a dozen on the go. "No," I said to myself firmly. "I am not opening these until I've used up at least a couple of the ones I already have going." That lasted about 2 weeks and I couldn't stand it anymore so I ripped into one of them. Jade sent me a light and a medium, and after studying them carefully I decided to try the medium first, figuring the light was probably best left until winter.
The packaging is a glass bottle with a sponge at the top and you twist it to make the product come out of the little sponge holes (sidenote: I have a friend who has a phobia of little holes - you should see her freak out over lotus boob*). There's a part of me that loves this, because I am a sucker for a gadget, but there's another part of me that wonders how hygienic it is to be directly applying that sponge to your face over and over. I imagine that would put a lot of people off this product.
I did take before and after pictures, but I don't think they really conveyed how well this stuff conceals. It applies really smoothly and feels very light. You need to blend it quickly as it sets pretty fast, but once it sets it stays there for a good long while, and you don't need powder to set it (I never, ever set concealer with powder anyway - it just instantly falls into the lines and makes me look about 100 years old).
I can't tell you exactly how much this is because Maybelline's useless Australian website as usual hasn't been updated and doesn't list it at all. According to random Googling, it's about $19.
In conclusion, I love this concealer - it doesn't cover all of my under eye horrors (only a smear of cement could do that), but it does enough to keep me happy. It doesn't feel dry, cakey or heavy and it sets beautifully. If you're not squeamish about the sponge applicator, I'd recommend trying it.
*DO NOT Google lotus boob if you are at work or of delicate constitution.