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I have several, but rarely use any. However,I do have some I use specifically for undereye, which tend to be very creamy, and not well-pigmented (I mainly use them to add moisture). I also have some to use for blemishes, and those tend to be drier, or contain a “treatment” ingredient I don’t want near my eyes, and are pigmented.

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I always use a different one for the under eyes (either Clinique’s airbrush or LM secret concealer) and for any blemish I want to conceal (LM secret camouflage).

Mostly i’ll use one for under the eyes, around the nose and on any redness (usually esteé lauder double wear concealer)
and then just a tiny bit of a brightening one like Benefit erase paste on fair under the eyes and on the browbone

I have a slightly peachy one for under my eyes (NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Honey) and one that disappears on my skin for spots (NARS Concealer Stick in Custard). Wouldn’t say I have found my “HGs” yet, but they will do for the moment.

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I tend to use a more highlighting concealer under the eyes, on my chin and to cover redness around my nose. For blemishes I use a non highlighting, creamy formula to cover without over drying them.
When my under eyes are really bad, I will use a yellow based concealer, followed by the highlighting one.
I don’t usually wear foundation all over my face, as I find using concealer like this does a good enough job.

i use one for under eye,, andi dnt put anything on the blemish coz i dnt know which concelor is good.
what do u use for blemish ??

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Yes, I do. I am well past having blemishes but I do have some broken capillaries to cover, as well as dark under-eye circles and I use the same concealer for both. I have 3 or 4 concealers that I use (depending on my mood) but whichever one I grab is the one I use for everything.

For a while after my skin got better I used Estee Lauder double wear for concealer on blemishes, acne scars, and under my eyes. But I noticed that the yellow tones in the foundation were making my under eyes look kind of grey, so I started using Maybelline’s Dream Lumi undereye highlighting pen. It’s a beautiful brightening concealer with nice peachy/salmon undertones that is also lightweight and easy to use.

Though I don’t recommend painting it on and the dabbing, because it dries so quickly that it still looks a bit streaky. I twist product out, put it onto the back of my hand and dab it with my finger.

I use multiple for my horrible under-eye area, MAC highlighter pen and MAC concealer/ OCC concealer.

Christine, may I ask if you are still using the OCC? I like it for its high pigmentation, but I don’t know if I am wrong to think OCC’s concealer darkens in color gradually and very obviously.

Not anymore. I was using one concealer for a long time, but over the summer I noticed that my concealer was great for under my eyes, but on blemishes it kept going orange. So now I use a different concealer for blemishes and it is working out much better!

I have one concealer (MAC Pro Longwear concealer) and I use it under my eyes, on my blemishes and as an eyeshadow primer!

I definitely need at least two! My face is oily but my undereyes are dry and I have dark circles. Putting my face concealer under my eyes looks really ashy and obvious.

For my face, I use stila cover-up stick. Too bad this was discontinued, so I’ll need to find a replacement once my stash is used up. For eyes, I use Bobbi Brown corrector, then YSL Touche Eclat to brighten.

One set, yes. It’s a recent stash discovery from a Sheer Cover kit that had been given to me as a gift. The concealer is very creamy and the two colors makes it perfect for all my needs. I don’t know why I hadn’t tried it b4 as I was just about out of my others. But it’s awesome and I hope it’s available separately.

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I have a few, the ones I’ve been using most lately are MAC Prolongwear around my eyes and nose and I also use it as a concealer “primer” over scars/blemishes. Because it’s still hot where I live the extra staying power helps keep any creamier concealer in place for longer. The one I’ve been using is UD 24/7 concealer pencil. I also use Maybelline Instant Age Rewind on the inner & outer corners of my eyes for brightening.

I own two concealers, a considerably lighter one for under the eyes, and a skin tone one for blemishes. However I find myself not using it. Instead I dab some extra foundation and blend. That usually looks just as fine. I need to make use of that MAC PLW concealer… If only it were lighter! The MAC associate sold me the wrong colorant I discarded the box so I can’t exchange it… Sad.

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I own three but use two.
I use LM Secret Camouflage for blemishes and I use NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer or Fresh Supernova (discontinued, but I love it) for under and around eye circles, and around my nose area.

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