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Concealers

Posted by katie56 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 15, 07 at 18:17

Suggestions on a good concealer that hides dark circles, however, doesn't slip into wrinkles. Thank you in advance for any help.


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I swear by Gurlain Issima Light, it has it's own brush and works great.


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Where do you get that? I've never heard of it.


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I like dermablend because it really hides everything. The key is to only use a very small amount. I use it under my foundation.


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Sorry I took so long, I just checked back. It's Guerlain issima precious light. I get it at Neiman Marcus. I'm not sure who else carries Guerlain. I'm sure you could google it and find out or order from Nm online.


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I swear by Bobbi Brown's Creamy Concealer. Been using it for years now and if I try to switch, nothing ever looks as natural. Available at most department stores where hopefully, you'll get someone good who can help you get the right color!


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I've had a hard time finding a concealer that doesn't accentuate the wrinkles too, so I'll probably have to try one of these listed on here too but right now I buy the same foundation that I use on the rest of my face but I buy it several shades lighter. I use Prescriptives "virtual skin".
If your dark circles aren't too bad this might work for you.


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Love Dermablend. I've tried a lot of others, more expensive, but nothing works better for me.


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