Dior Skin Flash works like a dream on me!!!!
Dior's verion of YSL Touche Eclat, but this worked much better for me as a concealer for my undereye circles.
I know they are not really meant to be used as concealers for covering and concealing, but almost all the liquid creamy concealers out there are too drying for my undereye area and settle into lines that I didn't even know were there
(note: I consider myself with pretty bad dark circles )
this time I decide to try some thin textured, light reflecting corrector (highlighter) kind of product for my undereye, like YSL Touch Eclat. however, from my past experience with Touch Eclat, it's not that pleasant for my circles, made them look grayish and as if I hadn't slept for a week
Dior Skin Flash is the same idea, but done perfect. the texture is fine and thin, but a tad bit more creamy than YSL.
I almost can't breathe when I see what it's done for my circles it doesn't erease them completely , but after two light layers, the darkness is beautifully concealed, only slightly noticeable, and looks wonderfully natural, not drying, not settling into lines, not creasing, not caking, not giving them weird color, not even showing that I'm wearing a concealer! it's like my real skin
my whole eye area plus the whole complexion are also nicely brighened up.
the same finish lasts the whole day. by the end of the day, after working and going to the gym, it's still the same fabulous result just like when first applied
Originally posted by PradaP@Jul 18 2004, 06:01 PM Yup, I love this one too (obviously :P )
There are 3 shades available (limited I know), #1 is suited for fair skintones, #2 for fair-medium and #3 for medium-dark. (#2 is a perfect match for me so I have no complaints)
What I like most about this concealer that it's great as not only an under eye but also a blemish concealer (a lot of other concealers only perform one, not the other). Comes packaged in a gorgeous gold lippie packaging, cream texture which you can simply dot on and blend. Is non cakey and stays the day.
PradaP, YSL anti cernes is a stick concealer, right?
do you find it drying (do you have dry undereye skin)?
I want to try it but I'm not sure if it'll work on me.
a lot of liquid creamy concealers are even too drying for me and settle into lines that I didn't know of, I'm afraid that sticks wouldn't even go on smooth
I'm gonna try Dior Skin Flash because I only use concealer on my undereyes.. never on my bemishes. It always creases and when I put my powder on, the powder sticks to the concealer and makes me look like I have MASSIVE brown circles under my eyes
Any other product suggestions before I go get my credit card?
PLEASE check out Coverblend By Exuviance
you can pick up at any sephora and it is my own life saver
it might just be me and my skin but i think its worth a shot
i was going to waste a bunch of cash on Chanel (as usual) and a friend suggested this one instead
+_the dynamics of your originality are far beyond normal_+
I just thought I'd share a concealer discovery: Revlon Colorstay Undereye Concealer. I've tried pretty much every concealer that is popular, the YSL touche eclat, the stila, the mac, the covergirl, all of the basic ones. I usually found them too sheer and they rub off quickly. This Revlon one is amazing, it really stays, I think of it as a concealer stain. Plus, it's cheap.