Let’s talk concealer. There were times when I used to rely heavily on concealer because my face was always broken out and it was a huge mess. I felt like I was covering my entire face in concealer because my skin was so bad. Now, my skin is totally clear thanks to my Rodan + Fields Unblemish Regimen, so I don’t really need concealer that much anymore. I do, however, still like to use it under my eyes. It just seems to brighten them and make them pop a little more. It isn’t that I have really bad circles or anything to cover up; I just think that it enhances your eyes. Anyway, I discovered a new concealer that I love a few months ago and wanted to share it with you because it is so easy to use and it provides great coverage. I am now obsessed with e.l.f Cosmetics’ Lightweight Concealer Stick. You can find it at Target (not online), Walmart, Ulta, Walgreens or any other store that carries e.l.f. Cosmetics. The shade I use is Fair/Light, but it also comes in Light/Medium and Medium Dark. I like for it to be almost a shade lighter than my foundation because I want it to serve as a highlighter for my eyes. I typically apply my Rodan + Fields Radient Defense Perfecting Liquid first and let it dry while I apply my eye shadow and liner. Then I apply the concealer. I do this by making an inverted triangle under my eyes. With this stick it is just like drawing on your face. It’s so easy and mess free. Then I typically just use my ring finger to blend it in, but you can use a blending bud or brush if you prefer. Once it is all blended in, I add a little powder to set it, and I am ready to go.
As you can see in the last picture, the skin under my eyes now looks brighter and it just helps to accentuate my eyes. I love it! They do have a highlighting stick that looks just the same, but it is more iridescent than I like for under my eyes. I actually like to use it on my upper cheekbone line for a little sparkle when I am going out but not for everyday use.
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