I recently went to Sephora because my skin was driving me crazy. I’m very pale, so any sort of blemish or mark will leave a scar on me. Plus that leads to undereye circles as well. Not a good look.
I learned two things on this shopping trip:
1. This was the most I have ever spent on makeup–yes, I spent about $200 on all this. Yikes! But…
2. You get what you pay for.
This stuff blows anything from the drugstore I’ve ever tried out of the water, full stop.
which I apply by squeezing a line onto the back of my hand (about an inch in length) and using my kabuki brush to apply a thin layer all over.
Then I add a pump of
to the back of my hand and apply the same way as the primer above. I’m a 2.0 shade, I think it’s best to go and have one of the clerks help pick out the right shade, rather than try to figure it out on the computer.
I bought two of these:
One in a shade to match my skin, to cover any sun spots, red marks, or anything else I’m getting in my “old age” of 32. One is also in a slightly darker shade and that is to cover right under my eyes. I rub the pencil on the tip of my finger and then apply using my fingertip wherever needed.
Then I set it all with:
This really finishes it all off and is an important step. Again, I use the kabuki brush. And finally, I add a bit of color with:
You swipe your brush either left to right or right to left across the palette, depending on if you want more of a bronzed look or a blush look.
And I set it all with a few sprays of:
This makeup stays on just fine all day and will cover even the darkest discoloration or scarring. I have seen photos of myself since I bought this makeup and it truly has transformed my skin into something that looks flawless.
Can’t recommend this stuff enough! Truly worth every cent.