e.l.f. HD Undereye Concealer Setting Powder with Brush, Sheer, 0.04 Ounce

May 22, 2015 - Comment

This light-diffusing powder camouflages fine lines, dark circles and imperfections, perfect for on camera or everyday wear. The silky powder adds a velvety finish ideal for wearing alone or setting in cream concealer. The vitamin C and K infused formula helps to restore and strengthen skin for a revitalized appearance. Product Features This light-diffusing powder

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This light-diffusing powder camouflages fine lines, dark circles and imperfections, perfect for on camera or everyday wear. The silky powder adds a velvety finish ideal for wearing alone or setting in cream concealer. The vitamin C and K infused formula helps to restore and strengthen skin for a revitalized appearance.

Product Features

  • This light-diffusing powder camouflages fine lines
  • The silky powder adds a velvety finish
  • The vitamin C and K infused formula helps to restore and strengthen skin

Comments

Lara says:

Great! I was skeptical about this because when you look at it closely you’ll see that it has a shimmer and that it’s actually a little bit rosy in color. I was expecting it to be a disaster, but, somehow, when I apply this with a fluffy concealer brush (I use the new Flawless Concealer Brush from ELF) the undereye area looks great! Any kind of fine line instantly disappears! It simply makes everything look natural, but flawless. I also use the smallest amount. I love this stuff! It does not cake up on…

sandy4golf says:

Setting Powder with Brush After applying foundation, use concealer on dark circles under eyes then place setting powder in a V-shape. This will brighten area under eyes and around upper cheeks.

Jenn B "Happy Mom" says:

love it I really like this product over others I have tried. I have been avoiding putting any type of powder under my eyes because it seemed to make wrinkles more noticeable, this product doesn’t seem to do that, I think it is because of the shimmer in it and therefore being light deflecting. I use it very sparingly so a little does go a long way. Works well to set under eye concealer.

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