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Concealer recommendation
on May 29, 2014 (Read 1224 times | Comments: 25)
I have dry skin and was wondering if someone can recommend a good moisturizing concealer, if there is one. I tried a concealer awhile back that dried up the skin under my eyes and it was very irritating. Also, what are the main forms concealer comes in and the benefits of each one ie: cream, powder, gel, etc? Thanks for any advice and tips.
Poohbucketboop
Poohbucketboop


on May 30, 2014 Quote  »     Reply  »

I have very dry skin and bad dark circles. But I use it cosmetics bye bye under eye cream concealer. I still have to use a moisturizer underneath, but it works very well and it does not irritate my skin. It is pricey, but you use only a little bit at a time so a tube will last. You can buy it through ulta.com. most concealer come in creams, liquids, sticks and powders.
annaania25
annaania25


on Jun 08, 2014 Quote  »     Reply  »

Definitely check out Benefit's Fake Up concealer. It is highly moisturizing and has great coverage.
brejgeiselman80
brejgeiselman80


on May 01, 2016 Quote  »     Reply  »

I don't use concealer but my older sister does so I did a lot research and looking up different brands for her. Glossier has a new concealer that is supposed to "stretch" with your skin and nourish with a bunch of oils. I am guessing that the oils would moisturize as well. It's $18 and comes in 5 different shades. Then I also found Onomie, they have a try at home program where you pay $4 for a three week sample of 3 shades of concealer. You get the shad that you picked that is closest to your skin tone as well as 1 shade lighter and 1 shade darker. They state that if in 30 days you make a purchase for the full size concealer they credit the $4 that you spent on the trials to the full size concealer purchase.I hope that helps.
WholeBeautyBlog
WholeBeautyBlog


on May 18, 2016 Quote  »     Reply  »

My skin also tends to be on the dry side, and I've had many types of concealer be too flaky or drying to my skin. One of my go-to favorites is a cream concealer. I've found that those are more moisturizing and blend better for even coverage. A great one to try is the Mehron Pro-Ring Concealer Wheel. They are a professional makeup brand with very affordable prices (I usually order from camerareadycosmetics.com). I also love their cream Pro HD foundation. Another nice thing about this concealer wheel is the variety of colors. I can mix and match to cover up different parts of my face, and the peachy light tone shades work well for under the eyes. I use the dark shade on the palette for contour too...double score! Just use a concealer brush to apply a small amount directly to the trouble areas, and then you can blend using the brush or your finger to get a smooth application. I hope this helps!
WholeBeautyBlog
WholeBeautyBlog


on May 18, 2016 Quote  »     Reply  »

My skin also tends to be on the dry side, and I've had many types of concealer be too flaky or drying to my skin. One of my go-to favorites is a cream concealer. I've found that those are more moisturizing and blend better for even coverage. A great one to try is the Mehron Pro-Ring Concealer Wheel. They are a professional makeup brand with very affordable prices (I usually order from camerareadycosmetics.com). I also love their cream Pro HD foundation. Another nice thing about this concealer wheel is the variety of colors. I can mix and match to cover up different parts of my face, and the peachy light tone shades work well for under the eyes. I use the dark shade on the palette for contour too...double score! Just use a concealer brush to apply a small amount directly to the trouble areas, and then you can blend using the brush or your finger to get a smooth application. I hope this helps!
BiancaYvette
BiancaYvette


on Jan 15, 2017 Quote  »     Reply  »

Drugstore : maybelline instant age rewind dark circle eraser... this stuff is so moistirizing and so easy to blend.. totally recommend it! High end: nars radiant creamy concelear or YVES SAINT LAURENT TOUCHE ECLAT RADIANT TOUCH!
Meenal28
Meenal28


on Apr 28, 2017 Quote  »     Reply  »

It's good for dry skin and what about oily skin, As I have oily skin with acne. I always fear from using any makeup products
Kiyalal
Kiyalal


on Jul 13, 2017 Quote  »     Reply  »

There are many concealers in the market?you can go for a pencil, pen, pot or even a stick concealer. Our favourite is the stick format that helps us target dark spots easily. We suggest using the Lakmé Absolute White Intense Concealer Stick with SPF 20. This one comes in fair and medium shades that give you coverage along with protection from the sun. Now that?s what we?re looking for in a concealer, aren?t we? 101 guide for concealer please check https://www.bebeautiful.in/all-things-makeup/everyday/101-guide-tips-to-using-a-concealer
bambilefleur
bambilefleur


on Jul 13, 2017 Quote  »     Reply  »

i too have dry skin and always looking for concealers . Maybelline age re winder is great, the sponge tip is soothing for the skin , IT! Cosmetics is powerful and so smooth, I just purchased the ULTA concealer bake kit- amazing and a great price with good coverage, cowgirl dirt- highlighter/concealer is lovely- if you want a clean product, very soothing , smooth and non drying
ExploreBeautyXO
ExploreBeautyXO


on Jul 16, 2017 Quote  »     Reply  »

I like IT cosmetics' bye bye under eye concealer because its highly pigmented and even though its pricey, a little bit goes a long way. I also use the Clinique foundation + concealer when I'm on the go, and it's a good price when you're in need of both. Have you tried putting moisturizer and foundation first, then concealer on top?
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