What are your best tips and tricks for dealing with under eye bags? What has worked??
Water and sleep have been the only things that help minimize them in a meaningful way, but good concealer/brightener can be a temporary fix. I don’t have really large under eye bags, more like dark circles for me, though.
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What products do you take with you to touch-up? Share!
On the rare occasion where this is something I do, I’ll take a pressed compact powder (Guerlain Les Voilettes) and my lip color du jour.
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What limited edition product would you like to see repromoted? Share!
Oh, there are so many… Guerlain Gems, probably. I just find that one hard to replace, and it’s a shade I usually reach for on off-days, so it is one that I wear. I love Chanel Dragon, and though I haven’t found a perfect dupe for it, there are plenty of gorgeous red lipsticks that I enjoy wearing as well.
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Are there any makeup products you don’t feel comfortable wearing? Share!
Lash growth serums are a pass for me. I also don’t like to use any glitters and the like that aren’t eye safe. Dyes that aren’t eye safe (at least, not here in the U.S.) make me cautious as well, though I have inadvertently worn these shades where I know that I haven’t found myself having a noticeable adverse reaction.
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Do you have any unconventional makeup tips or tricks? Share your wisdom!
Mine has always been to apply gel eyeliner with a similarly-colored eyeliner pencil to get more precision. It also helps to ensure a really even, opaque line.
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How do you refresh your makeup after a long day? (Perhaps after school or work, and you’re on your way out to dinner and so forth!)
I would recommend having a blotting or pressed powder on hand, which can help shift and keep foundation and base products in place. I would redo eyeliner, take a darker shadow to smoke out the outer corner/crease, and reapply lip color. If my blush had faded a bit, I might consider patting a bit more on.
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