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17-01-2004
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I prefer to put the concealer after I put my foundation on. If necessary I'll softly retouch with foundation, but I don'y usually need that.

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I've never used a concealer that I can say I truly truly loved.
Can anybody please recommend an undereye concealer that:
-provides medium to full coverage
-is non drying
-does not cake or crease
-does not make circles look grayish
-is easy to use




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I absolutely love the Creamy Concealer from Bobbi Brown. Fits your description.

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Originally posted by tgp@Jan 18th, 2004 - 9:51 pm
I absolutely love the Creamy Concealer from Bobbi Brown. Fits your description.
thanks!
what's the name of that concealer?

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It is called Creamy Concealer-you can buy it by itself or in the Creamy Concealer Kit that comes with a matching loose powder and puff. The color I wear is the light bisque corrector. I apply it with my ring finger and set with powder. It covers really well, doesn't look cakey, and stays put.

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Originally posted by tgp@Jan 18th, 2004 - 10:04 pm
It is called Creamy Concealer-you can buy it by itself or in the Creamy Concealer Kit that comes with a matching loose powder and puff. The color I wear is the light bisque corrector. I apply it with my ring finger and set with powder. It covers really well, doesn't look cakey, and stays put.
I see. I'll definitely check it out!

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I also was going to recommend Bobbi Brown and also in either bisque or light bisque because those colors are great for dark circles.

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hmm....do you girls know how the Dior hydrating concealer is comparing to the Bobbi Brown one?

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Ummm... Honestly, I prefer Bobbi's because the pigmentation is better, tehrange of colors is much bigger and they are creamy enough not to be drying though cakey enough not to cake (if you understand what I mean...).

Much better pigmented than Dior IMHO.

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Originally posted by ribes@Jan 21st, 2004 - 5:13 pm
Ummm... Honestly, I prefer Bobbi's because the pigmentation is better, tehrange of colors is much bigger and they are creamy enough not to be drying though cakey enough not to cake (if you understand what I mean...).

Much better pigmented than Dior IMHO.

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Originally posted by MissPurple@Jan 18th, 2004 - 8:29 pm
I've never used a concealer that I can say I truly truly loved.
Can anybody please recommend an undereye concealer that:
-provides medium to full coverage
-is non drying
-does not cake or crease
-does not make circles look grayish
-is easy to use




thanks
Cle de Peau........

or, for a more sensibly priced alternative you could try Makeup Forever's Pan Stick. It's a stick foundation, but it has really intense coverage that will more than likely cover up your dark circles.

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Originally posted by brian+Jan 22nd, 2004 - 6:31 pm--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(brian @ Jan 22nd, 2004 - 6:31 pm)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-MissPurple@Jan 18th, 2004 - 8:29 pm
I've never used a concealer that I can say I truly truly loved.
Can anybody please recommend an undereye concealer that:
-provides medium to full coverage
-is non drying
-does not cake or crease
-does not make circles look grayish
-is easy to use




thanks
Cle de Peau........

or, for a more sensibly priced alternative you could try Makeup Forever's Pan Stick. It's a stick foundation, but it has really intense coverage that will more than likely cover up your dark circles. [/b][/quote]
thanks!
but I think stick foundation would be too drying for me. I have dry eye area and stick ones don't even go on smoothly on my undereye

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Originally posted by MissPurple+Jan 22nd, 2004 - 7:37 pm--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(MissPurple @ Jan 22nd, 2004 - 7:37 pm)</div><div class='quotemain'>
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Originally posted by brian@Jan 22nd, 2004 - 6:31 pm
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@Jan 18th, 2004 - 8:29 pm
I've never used a concealer that I can say I truly truly loved.
Can anybody please recommend an undereye concealer that:
-provides medium to full coverage
-is non drying
-does not cake or crease
-does not make circles look grayish
-is easy to use




thanks*

Cle de Peau........

or, for a more sensibly priced alternative you could try Makeup Forever's Pan Stick. It's a stick foundation, but it has really intense coverage that will more than likely cover up your dark circles.
thanks!
but I think stick foundation would be too drying for me. I have dry eye area and stick ones don't even go on smoothly on my undereye [/b][/quote]
Oh, okay.
I automatically assumed you had combination or oily skin, as that's what most people have.

It should go on pretty smooth if you apply moisturizer or an eye cream first though!

Definitely try Cle de Peau's concealer, though. Even though it is really expensive it really is worth it. One stick of it should last 2+ years, and won't go bad for way longer than that.

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Originally posted by brian+Jan 23rd, 2004 - 1:43 am--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(brian @ Jan 23rd, 2004 - 1:43 am)</div><div class='quotemain'>
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Originally posted by MissPurple@Jan 22nd, 2004 - 7:37 pm
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Originally posted by brian@Jan 22nd, 2004 - 6:31 pm
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@Jan 18th, 2004 - 8:29 pm
I've never used a concealer that I can say I truly truly loved.
Can anybody please recommend an undereye concealer that:
-provides medium to full coverage
-is non drying
-does not cake or crease
-does not make circles look grayish
-is easy to use




thanks*

Cle de Peau........

or, for a more sensibly priced alternative you could try Makeup Forever's Pan Stick. It's a stick foundation, but it has really intense coverage that will more than likely cover up your dark circles.

thanks!
but I think stick foundation would be too drying for me. I have dry eye area and stick ones don't even go on smoothly on my undereye
Oh, okay.
I automatically assumed you had combination or oily skin, as that's what most people have.

It should go on pretty smooth if you apply moisturizer or an eye cream first though!

Definitely try Cle de Peau's concealer, though. Even though it is really expensive it really is worth it. One stick of it should last 2+ years, and won't go bad for way longer than that. [/b][/quote]
hehe, I'll look around and see if I'll end up with Cle de Peau, Bobbi Brown, or Dior.

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Ummm... I have tried Cl de Peau, and I have to say that I wasn't impressed by it... It was an OK concealer, but not good enough for fireworks and certainly not a Eureka product, IMHO...

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