on Oct 26, 2009 @ 11:38 pm|
Like always I go to InStyle website to look for beauty products to buy. I bought the MAX Factor eye concealer but was not impressed and did not see results like it sounded wen I read the description there. If anyone knows what is a good buy concealer for fair skin to cover dark circles and that won't settle in lines on your eyes at an affordable price, please let me know!
Ali de Bold
|Benefit Erase Paste on Oct 27, 2009 @ 09:26 am|
Benefit Erase Paste is awesome for under the eyes. I have fair skin too and find that concealers can sometimes make me look extra wrinkly. This product is moisturizing as well so it hides the bags without exaggerating fine lines. My makeup looks miles better when I use it, than when I skip.
|benefit erase paste on Dec 03, 2009 @ 07:09 pm|
I have to agree with miss chickie.I had the same issure... the wrinkly look under my eyes I would get with other concealers. This one goes on nicely, it feels amazing and it covers well. I would love for it to last the whole (and my day is ab 15 hrs)... but halfway through the day i might need to reapply... again, no wrinkly outcome. :) It`s pricey though... it goes for ab 35$ but ìt will last you forever.
|Bobbi Brown on Dec 04, 2009 @ 09:18 am|
I like the 2 step process of the Bobbi Brown Corrector then Concealer. I didn't think that concealers alone worked that well and I ended up using more than I needed. With the 2 step process I use less product and it works great. I haven't noticed any wrinkly look at all.
I look great just using these 2 steps and nothing else!
|Lots of options! on Dec 18, 2009 @ 03:48 am|
Amazing concealer. It's pretty pricey ($48 for the full size bottle), but apparently there is nothing better than it. If you want something cheaper then try MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer ($16.50). If you want something even cheaper try out CoverGirl TruBlend concealer. I'm a "1" and it works amazing for me (I am verrrry pale). Even cheaper is the NYC Concealer Wheel ($6) and it comes with every concealer you could possible need to get rid of any imperfections. Hope that helped!
|Double Wear Fan on Dec 22, 2009 @ 05:51 pm|
Estae Lauder, Double Wear, Stay-in-place Eye Shadow Base - $15.00
Really works - because I'm over 40 my eyes don't respond to shadows like they used to when I was 20. My eye lids really crease up and shadows don't last. This stuff helps a lot. It covers my lids so you can't see my veins and lets the shadow go on very smooth without clumping and keeps it in place all day.
I am sure if you tried a really good quality shadow base like MAC it would be better than going without (as I have learned).
|Coastal Scents Camo Quads on Dec 31, 2009 @ 11:25 am|
The Coastal Scents camo quads are HEAVEN. They're like 6 or 8 bucks for 4 shades and you buy it in light, medium, or dark. If you have really heavy shadows under your eye, get the color corrector quad as well and use the yellow under your concealer, it will cancel out any purple and blue in the circles. Genetically, I have heavy undereye circles and this is the best I've found for mine.
|Clinique on Jan 06, 2010 @ 11:06 am|
I use Clinique's basic concealer. I have fair skin, and have not noticed had any problems with it since I started using it. They will test the colour on you at the counter to make sure you find the right one for you, and you avoid the trial and error hassle of drugstore brands.
|Laura Mercier Secret Concealer on Jan 07, 2010 @ 02:17 pm|
I love this Concealer, i only use it on my eye because the texture is more silky and gives more 'slip', making application a breeze. The formula is really moisturizing and covers the wrinkles. It's also peach tone so it cancels out any blue/purpl-ish veins to make you more awake. The price is pretty decent and it goes quite a long way. I use it with Laura Mericer Secret Brightening Powder or MUFE HD powder to set it and it doesn't budge.