Showing posts from September, 2011

i-lite Makes Me Happy!

I've never been a "dark circle girl" but as I've gotten older I've noticed that I do have a little more pigmentation in that area and when I'm's really bad! So I've searched for the best concealers out there and made a few good choices for this area.

My top pick is by Dermablend as it's creamy and really covers.
My next "budget" pick is by Revlon as it's formula is very similar (not quite the coverage) but very creamy and it works pretty well. concealer lasts forever --especially the really creamy ones-- and using a long-lasting type just cakes up and looks dry. So as I stick to the creamy ones, I have found I need something to "set" it and create a non-cakey finish. Good luck, right?
I've tried minerals and powders and all kinds of things that promise a fine finish, but as a dry-skinned, over 40 gal (who also lives in the desert, I might add), none worked. Not until I found the Laura Mercier powder…

What's she doing that isn't AGELESS?

This is an attractive what's she doing wrong?
The super dark liner is heavy and aging. It's actually dragging her eyes down vs. making them 'pop.'
She should go a shade or two lighter on the bottom liner and keep it thinner (not so heavy). Dark liner on the bottom lashes will drag the eye down, so always stay a couple of shade lighter!

A better example:
This woman has rimmed the water line with dark liner but swept a light shade under the actual lashes giving the same deep effect without dragging the eye downwards.
See the difference?
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Just launched: AGELESS MOJO + Pink Tag Shop!

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