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Old 10-06-2012, 05:39 PM   #1
 
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Default Undereye Concealer

I probably asked this before but I can't find it. Recommendations for a good undereye concealer to cover circles? I'm really pale and have some light bluish circles appearing under my eyes.

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I use the Quick Correcter from Clinique in the lightest shade they have. It's amazing! I'm fair-skinned and my undereye circles are rather dark, but this concealer really does its job and hides them amazingly. It's a nice consistency and easy to blend, and I've never had any issues with clogged pores or sensitive skin.
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YSL Touche Eclat is the gold standard in this category, but i've heard REALLY good things about Benefit's concealing products. they have 5 or 6 and you do have to try them out to see which one would work best.
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:12 PM   #4
 
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I will check those out. I have used a couple Clinique ones before but not sure about that one. I will look at Benefit too. Thanks!

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I use a Concealer by Vera Moore in shade "deep"...my cousin is a professional make-up artist and she put me on to it! I'm very happy with it ;D
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:12 PM   #7
 
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i love the mac pro longwear concealer

i apply it with my sigma tapered concealer brush and sometimes for perfection buff it with my sephora airbrush concealer brush

the product and the tools are what gets the best result, one without the other and i never got great under eye coverage.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:36 PM   #8
 
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I love benefits erase paste for a brightening effect, I use makeup forevers hd one that comes in the twist tube at times. I also love Macs pro longwear one. I have heard great things about YSL touché eclat but I havent bought it myself. I cant bring myself to spend that much! The nice thing with the benefit erase paste and prob many others at sephora you can get samples enough to last a while. The benefit erase paste you only need a tiny tiny bit so itll last a long time. I tap it on with my finger for the body heat to help emulsify it then I use a beauty blender dupe (london soho) and dampen it and pat it over it till its blended. hth
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