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Post by Sonya on Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:33 pm

Easy tips to conceal those pesky flaws:

Yellow based concealers will help to hide dark circles and bruising!
Green based concealers will help to mask those blemishes and red marks!
Moisturizing concealers (like liquid based or potted) will help to hide blemishes, dry skin, and anything that's flaky easier than powders!
Dark powders/bronzers/brown-based blushes can help to create illusions (ie: along lower jawline to mask plump chins or make your jawline stronger - between and around top portion of breasts to create boundless cleavage for your décolletage, and on either outer ridge of your nose to make it appear slimmer and longer).
Light shadows (and frosts) in the inner V of your eye can make your eyes appear more open and wider-set (doll-like).
Tightlining (wetlining) makes your eyes appear smaller - yet can also give a boost to a smokey evening look.
Lining outside of the lashline will make your eyes appear wider, as will lining the wetline with white liner.
A frost or shine in the lower middle of your lips will make the lower lip appear more plump and much fuller and juicier.
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Post by skeletalcircus on Wed Nov 28, 2007 7:08 pm

Oh, Physician's Formula has a really good green-based power concealer.
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Post by Sonya on Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:54 pm

[quote="skeletalcircus"]Oh, Physician's Formula has a really good green-based power concealer.
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I agree - they also have a great yellow-based concealer. Try the "101" line from Physician's Formula that comes with a flesh color concealer and either green or yellow. SUCH lifesavers and in thin cases, too!
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Post by BloodKisses on Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:20 am

i have the physicians formula concealer stick, one half is green and one half is my skin tone, it works great for acne and acne scars.
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Post by Audreyella on Fri Nov 30, 2007 1:27 am

OMFG, I cannot use a green concealor to save my life. I can never get it to blend in properly, even if I layer regular concealor over it.

I think it's because I'm so pale. Sad

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Post by BloodKisses on Fri Nov 30, 2007 8:12 pm

yeah same here at times, i just have to blend it a little more and put some powder over it after.
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