I’ve written about my favorite concealers before, shared the favorite concealers of beauty bloggers, and even my favorite concealers specifically for the undereye area. The most recent of those posts was only in June of 2016, but it’s actually out of date already. I’ve really changed up how I utilize concealers over the last year or so, you can read more about that in my Best Concealer Hacks for Undereye Bags and Circles post. The…

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Over the years I’ve written a lot about concealer, you can check out my posts on concealer tricks no one tells you and how and where to use concealer and corrector. But, I wrote those posts in 2011 and 2014. I’ve since turned 40, and despite my diligence with sunscreen and good eye cream, things aren’t quite the same in my undereye area. I’ve decided it’s time to share my best tips for dealing with…

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For the Beauty Spotlight Team we’ve been sharing the 5-10 products that we repurchase over and over. I couldn’t narrow down my favorites to so few, so I’m sharing all of my favorites in a much overdue Every Day Favorites update! Today I’m sharing my favorite BB Creams, Concealers, etc. Everything I use to help my dark under eye circles, and red rosacea go away! I’ll be sharing more favorites like mascaras and even hair…

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I’m a concealer snob. I like expensive concealers. They’re usually really well pigmented, blend well, and last all day. So, the fact that I’ve recently found two drugstore concealers that I can recommend and will keep using… that’s pretty amazing! The other concealer is Maybelline Dream Concealer, which is great because it’s a stick, but I don’t think it holds up super great under my eyes. I use it only on my face for blemishes.…

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For the last 6 weeks or so, I’ve been testing out a new concealer from Maybelline, their Dream Concealer. And it really has taken me this long to decide what I think! I admit that at first I was in total love with this concealer! I love that it is in a stick form, you can just draw it where you need added coverage, blend with a fingertip or sponge. At first I was using…

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