Shade: Light Eye Concealer

$24.25 $ 16.98
SKU : es-957574397 Category : Concealers

Wearing the beige concealer under the eyes in the picture. Remember to choose
a shade that is 1-2 shades lighter then your skin or foundation color.

Not sure what shade will suite you?. No problem!. Just message me and send me
a picture of your skin in natural light(but not direct sun light) and I will
tell you which shade will work best on your skin tone. I will get back to you
as quickly as possible.

Shade Light: Pinky, peachy undertones are made to cover all bruise shades that
may appear around the eyes. Suitable for light to medium light skin tones.
Blends beautifully with neutral, cool, olive and warm skin tones.

Made with a improved moisturizing cocoa butter and castor seed oil formula.
Designed for sensitive skin with anti-inflammatory oatmeal. High performance
results with out the toxic ingredients. High coverage color corrector, no
matter how dark it gets around your eyes. Long wear, crease resistant and water
resistant. Tested on highly sensitive skin that is easily prone to aggravation
and allergic reactions.

Use: Remember to moisturize your skin well after washing your face in the
morning and never put this or any concealer on dry skin (makeup artist tip). A
tiny bit really goes a long way. Take your makeup brush and pick up some
concealer. Use the back of your other hand as pallet. Put the concealer there
and pat with your brush or pinky until product becomes soft. Now it is ready to
apply. Put on dark areas around eyes and dab in to skin with your pinky or a
sponge. It is recommended to use the under eye primer under the concealer for a
smoother look that stays moisturized all day.

Color correction explained: Do not match up your concealer color with your
foundation color, it will not have the results you want unless you hardly have
any darkness around your eyes to begin with. When it comes to the bruise colors
around your eyes you are battling green, blue, purple and other dark tones
under your eyes. What you want to do is oppose those colors. So looking at a
color wheel first off for darkness you want plenty of white, secondly you want
red and orange tones. When you mix white, red and orange you will find you will
get pinky peachy tones!.

If you take a look at the last two pictures you can see me and Kensey Crane
both wear the light color even though I am a bit darker it is still the one
that suits me best.

Ingredients: theobroma cacoa seed butter*, ricinus communis (castor) seed
oil*, avena sativa(oat) kernel flour, titanium dioxide, cera alba (bees wax),
mica, magnesium stearate, tocopherol acetate(vit.e), iron oxides, carmine.
*organic .25 oz

Additional Information
Brand OrpheeCosmetiques