January 11, 2017 at 5:20 pm #18199
My cosmetic ability is practically non-existent. But from e erything I have learnt so far, concealer is for a spot. My friend I’ve recruited to test final products on, she is making my testing of stuff very difficult. I have a crazy need to make everything I can, but I don’t always have a need of them.
She likes to put concealer on practically her entire face. Which makes the practical aspect of testing difficult.
So. Concealer. Is it to be used sparingly or heavy duty?January 11, 2017 at 5:23 pm #18202MarieKeymaster
Imma let Lisa take it from here, ’cause she is amazing and does concealer better than anybody (in my humble opinion, at least). Hopefully watching this isn’t too much of a bear!
Also, I would be inclined to choose a different product for pinpoint acne concealing rather than under-eye concealing. For under-eye I’d choose something thinner that works more with colour correcting than flat-out covering as that area is quite prone to creasing and caking up.January 11, 2017 at 5:45 pm #18207
See! That’s exactly what I thought. Over foundation. Great!
I agree with what Lisa said when she said most women will say they need coverage over 80% of their face, when less than 20 is an issue. My friend falls into that big time.January 11, 2017 at 10:01 pm #18223
Interesting. I still think I’ll do the all over thin foundation and on those special days, conceal whatever needs concealing.
My biggest problem is nothing conceals my under eye puffy’s. Little kids with those under eye puffy’s I find adorable. Mine were adorable once upon a time but now they’re not. Not one bit.
Help!January 12, 2017 at 3:29 am #18227
What do you mean by puffy? I mean I know puffy, but I’ve never met someone that I would think have puffy under eye. Lots of people say they do, but I’ve not noticed it.
I made a serum for one of my former students because she claimed she had puffy fleshy bags which I still to this day have no idea what she means and I saw her every day for four years.January 12, 2017 at 6:38 am #18231BelindaSKParticipant
My husband and daughter both have eye puffys. When she was born, I looked at him and said “she inherited the bags under your eyes!”. His reply was a sarcastic “great!”.😜 I would attach a picture but I really need to figure out imgur.January 12, 2017 at 10:54 pm #18278
Puffy. Well, some people are flat to concave under their eyes. Like the lady in the video. Very smooth transition to the cheekbones. Not me. My under eye skin puffs outward some.
When I’m in a mood, I’ll whine about the bags under my eyes and husband will say, “what bags?”
Well he’s supposed to say that. These puffy’s could turn into bags when I’m old.
Did your serum help her imaginary puffs? 😀. And what was in it?January 12, 2017 at 10:58 pm #18279
Belinda, aren’t your daughter’s puffs cute on her? They add such character! My youngest son was born with them and I was totally in love with those puffs. So cute on kids.January 13, 2017 at 6:39 am #18280BelindaSKParticipant
Christie, I think my daughter is perfect and beautiful, puffs and all, but I’m her mom🙂
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